Trippin Billies rock concert at Sweetwater Park

Posted 6/19/18

The City of Lone Tree kicked off its Summer Concert Series June 16 at Sweetwater Park, the first of two free concerts put on by the city. About 1,000 residents turned out to relax and listen to live …

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Trippin Billies rock concert at Sweetwater Park

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The City of Lone Tree kicked off its Summer Concert Series June 16 at Sweetwater Park, the first of two free concerts put on by the city.

About 1,000 residents turned out to relax and listen to live music, some picnicking and others simply lounging on fold-away chairs. Food vendors lined the park and kids darted back and forth between the nearby jungle gym, the inflatable bouncy house and the slushy vendor.

The Trippin Billies, of Chicago, rocked Sweetwater Park, playing familiar covers from the Dave Matthews Band.

The next event in the Summer Concert Series will be 6 p.m. Aug. 11 at the Charles Schwab Amphitheater with a performance from the soul and rock band Con Brio from San Francisco. For more information, visit cityoflonetree.com.

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