Sun, Sand, and Sweet Sounds: Your Guide to Narragansett’s Summer Concert Series

Ah, summer. The sun is warm, the days are long, and the beach beckons. But what if you could combine that idyllic beach day with some toe-tapping tunes? Look no further than the Narragansett Summer Concert Series!

Held not just on Fridays, but also on Mondays, this free concert series is the perfect way to unwind and soak up the summer vibes at the charming seaside town of Narragansett, Rhode Island.

Picture this: You spread out a blanket on the soft sand, the gentle ocean breeze ruffles your hair, and the sound of live music fills the air. Local bands take the stage at two fantastic locations, playing a variety of genres to suit all tastes. From classic rock to island jams, there’s something for everyone.

The Details:

  • Locations:
    • Gazebo at Narragansett Pier (Fridays)
    • Narragansett Town Beach (Mondays)
  • When:
    • Fridays: Every Friday evening from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM, June through August (weather permitting)
    • Mondays: Every Monday evening from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM, July through August (weather permitting)
  • Cost: Free! Bring your own seating and picnic basket.

Upcoming Schedule:


Insider Tip: The concerts tend to draw a crowd, so arrive early to claim your spot on the beach.

Pro Tip: Check the official Narragansett website or social media pages for any updates or schedule changes: Town of Narragansett website

So pack your swimsuit, a beach towel, and a picnic basket, and head down to Narragansett Pier for a truly unforgettable summer experience. With the sand between your toes, the sound of the waves crashing, and live music setting the mood, it’s the perfect way to create lasting summer memories, whether you choose a Friday night at the gazebo or a Monday evening under the stars at the beach.

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