“Our community has enjoyed free summer concerts since the Lawrenceville Lawn opened in 2014, and has greatly missed them during renovations and the pandemic,” said Mayor David Still in a statement. “Expanded facilities and a permanent stage paired with our beautifully lit Downtown Square, filled with unique shops and exceptional restaurants, make Lawrenceville the perfect place to spend a Friday evening.”
After grabbing free parking in the downtown district or at parking decks on Crogan and Luckie Streets, families are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets and settle in for the monthly shows, which start at 8 p.m. The concert series kicks off Friday, May 21 with The Ultimate King of Pop Experience as a Michael Jackson tribute artist takes the stage. Other shows will occur in June, July, August and September and will have odes to Guns N’ Roses, Buno Mars and Elton John.