City of Campbell Summer Concert Series 2018

The 2018 Campbell Summer Concert Series is brought to you by the City of Campbell, generous donations from the community, and series sponsor, Kaiser-Permanente. The series starts in mid-June and continues for eight weeks with a different band playing each week. The music starts at 6:30 p.m. and goes until 8 p.m. The grounds open for concert goers at 2pm. Please do not setup chairs or other placeholders before 2pm.

Concerts take place on the Orchard City Green located in front of the historic Ainsley House and adjacent to Campbell City Hall. Bring a lawn chair and come enjoy an evening out listening to the charismatic bands we've lined up this year.

The Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House Foundation sells pre-packaged snacks, cookies, wine, beer, soda, and water at the event. All proceeds from sales go to the Museum Foundation. Other local food vendors may also have prepared food and goodies for sale.

IMPORTANT: Parking at the City Hall parking lot before 5pm now requires a parking permit. Violators will be ticketed.

Event Series Dates

The Hitmen at Campbell Summer Concert Series 2018

Orchard City Green

The Hitmen play a variety of hits from the 70s to modern day favorites and Latin songs. With their awesome abilities, impressive talents, and expansive experience, this seven-member powerhouse plays across many genres to create a performance that transcends musical boundaries.

Phil 'n The Blanks at 2018 Campbell Summer Concert Series

Orchard City Green

A past Semi-Finalist of the KFOX "Last Band Standing Contest", Phil 'n The Blanks play all your classic rock favorites from AC/DC, Boston, Bon Jovi, Journey, Van Halen, Maroon 5, Guns 'n Roses, Eagles, Doobies, Foreigner, Skynyrd and Stones. They even throw in a little Luke Bryan and Keith Urban for the country lovers. C'mon out and ROCK!

Long Train Runnin' at the 2018 Campbell Summer Concert Series

Orchard City Green

The City of Campbell's 2018 Summer Concert Series presents Long Train Runnin'. A group of veteran musicians, Long Train Runnin' celebrates the music of the Doobie Brothers stretching from the early hits of Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons all the way to the R&B sounds of Michael McDonald.