It’s free. It’s a showcase of Alabama musicians.

It’s the 2024 "Summer Music at Meyer Park" series in Gulf Shores.

By Alabama musicians, for Alabama music lovers.

The City of Gulf Shores has announced the lineup of bands for their 2024 "Summer Music at Meyer Park" concert series. The free concerts all begin at 5:30 p.m. in Meyer Park in Gulf Shores.

Friday, June 21 – "Make Music Day at Meyer Park." The Gulf Shores Special Events Team is partnering with the Frank Brown Songwriters and the Flora-Bama to present "Make Music Day at Meyer Park."  It is a musical performance featuring Gulf Coast favorite and Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Rhonda Hart. She has assembled a group of local musicians, forming a band that will have you up and dancing and singing along with the hit songs you love. In addition, other local musicians will drop in to play a tune or two. Come and be surprised.

Thursday, July 18 – Cameron DuBois & Bama Sound.  Cameron DuBois has been performing professionally since graduating from Auburn University in 2017. She began writing and recording in Muscle Shoals and Nashville in 2018 and released her first single, “The Home Place,” that same year. Cameron has had the honor of opening for Luke Combs, Dylan Scott, John Michael Montgomery, Thompson Square, Neal McCoy, Easton Corbin and most recently Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynyrd fame. Currently, Cameron is working on a project of original music with Teddy Gentry, founding member of the iconic country band, ALABAMA. She also performs locally with Bama Sound, based out of Montgomery.

Thursday, August 15 – The Krickets are an Americana trio from the Gulf Coast whose music is what Paste Magazine calls "a truly stunning, one-of-a-kind sound." Two-time IMA Song of the Year winner in both Folk and Alt-Country categories, the band's music is genre-bending Americana steeped in its signature folk harmony.

Music at Meyer Park concerts are rain-or-shine events. In case of rain, the backup location is nearby Big Beach in Gulf Shores.

Food trucks will be set up, and the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber will be on site selling beverages for all ages. More information is available here.

Alabama’s Gulf Coast is becoming known for live musical concerts:

A dozen venues with local musicians playing daily.

The annual giant Hangout Festival.

The annual "Meeting of the Minds," a musical gathering of members of the Jimmy Buffett-inspired Parrothead clubs, tropping out at three Alabama coast venues.

Almost non-stop live music at the Flora-Bama on the Alabama/Florida line.

The annual Frank Brown Songwriters Festival.

Big-name concerts at the Wharf in Orange Beach.

Weekend nostalgic performances at Pappa Roccos of Platters’ singer Bo Grant.

 A lineup of local musicians at Lucy Buffett’s “Lulu’s.”

“The Alabama Gulf Coast: Branson, Missouri with a beach. Only closer.”

Jim ‘Zig’ Zeigler’s beat is the colorful and positive about Alabama. He writes about Alabama people, places, events, groups and prominent deaths. He is a former Alabama Public Service Commissioner and State Auditor. You can reach him for comments at

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