ProMedica Announces Summer Concert Series

ProMedica is pleased to announce the return of the summer concert series. The ProMedica Summer Concert Series Presented by Coors Light will kick off on Friday, July 9 at Promenade Park with American rock bands, Collective Soul, Better Than Ezra and Tonic. There will be weekly concerts through September featuring a variety of musicians, local and national, and musical genres, including alternative, country, pop, rock, R&B, soul, bluegrass and hip hop.

Tickets go on sale Fri., June 11 at 10 a.m. at

Other artists and bands confirmed to perform at Promenade Park as part of the concert series include:
July 9               Collective Soul, Better than Ezra & Tonic
July 16            Kool and The Gang
July 23             38 Special & Pat Travers
July 30             Warrant & Winger
Aug. 6              Josh Turner & Lauren Alaina
Aug. 13            Vanilla Ice, Young MC, All 4 One, CNC Music Factory
Aug. 26            Third Eye Blind
Aug. 27            Old Crow Medicine Show

Previously announcement as part of the 2021 Solheim Cup Opening Ceremony Celebrations:
Sept. 3             Gwen Stefani
Sept. 4             Chris Young

This year’s generous sponsors include: Buckeye Broadband, Coors Light, City of Toledo, Creadio, Destination Toledo, Great Lakes Sound, Hylant, iHeartRadio, Laibe Electric/Technology, Lucas County, Owens Corning, Paramount, Snapple and Stevens Disposal.

In 2019, ProMedica hosted 12 concerts representing 13 music genres.  Almost ninety-thousand guests attended from 39 different states. 565 community members volunteered and 32 companies sponsored the series. Fifteen non-profit organizations received a commission/portion of beverage sales. The 2020 concert season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year, the events will be entirely cashless. The tickets will be digital and only credit/debit cards will be accepted at all food, beverage and retail locations.
The health and well-being of our community are of the utmost importance to ProMedica. ProMedica will continue to monitor the prevalence of COVID-19 within our community and communicate with state and local health officials to determine if each concert can proceed as planned.