Fridays, September 7, 14, 21 and 28  •  6:00-8:00pm

Museum Founders Park  •  Free & Open to the Public

Back by popular demand, the National Civil Rights Museum is hosting its free outdoor concert series for the community to enjoy! From the sweet sounds of soul to chilled-out beats and local bands, the Museum is the place for family fun this fall. The program runs every Friday in September. This year's concerts will delight music lovers of all ages with music ranging from jazz to soul, with a taste of the oldies. If music makes you feel like dancing on the lawn, all the better!

The concerts also feature spoken word artists, stand-up comedians, MLK speeches, a DJ on the ones and twos, and a Sip & Shop at the Lorraine on Main Museum Store.  Refresh yourself at one of our featured food trucks and get some museum merchandise. Stretch out on your blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the tunes. Best of all, it is FREE!

* BAD WEATHER? The concert for that night will be cancelled. Check the website and social media pages for updates

From the sweet sounds of soul to chilled-out beats and local bands, the Museum is the place for family fun this fall. The program runs every Friday in September. Best of all, it is FREE!

We're proud of the outstanding musicians we will showcase as well as our wide variety of music. We try to please the most critical ear with the best sound around.  


September 7 – Karen Brown
September 14 – Will Graves
September 21 – Keia Johnson
September 28 – Devin Crutcher