Music in the Park

The City of Azle is excited to announce the bands that will be performing during the 2023 Concert Series!  We have a great lineup with a mix of performances showcasing different genres of music each week. The City plans to continue facing bands toward the field area, allowing concert goers to spread out. First concert is May 5 with Epic Unplugged performing.

Join us for FREE music every Friday evening at 8 PM during May and June. Concerts are held at the amphitheater in Central Park, 263 West Main Street. These concerts are a wonderful opportunity for family and friends to gather and listen to an enjoyable evening of music and entertainment. This year’s line-up will not disappoint! There is music for everyone!

The Fort Worth/Dallas area has many talented performing musicians, some who are regulars and others less known. Our concerts give local performers an opportunity to shine and provide great entertainment for the community. We hope you enjoy the bands we have scheduled for the 2023 Concert Series.

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Contact Us

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    Kyle Culwell
    Parks Superintendent
    505 W. Main Street

    Azle, TX 76020

    Mailing Address:
    PO Box 1378
    Azle, TX  76098

    Ph: (817) 444-7127
    Fax: (817) 444-7149


    Monday – Friday
    8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2023 Music in the Park SponsorsSPONSORSHIP

These concerts are made possible by generous donations from our sponsors. We offer a variety of sponsorships which include recognition in all advertising and event promotions, stage banners and/or custom printed fans and t-shirts given to those attending the events. By becoming a sponsor of the Music in the Park summer concert series, you become part of the fun while promoting your business to more than 1,000 area residents. 

For additional information, click on the sponsorship form tab, contact Parks Superintendent Kyle Culwell at (817) 444-7127, or visit Music in the Park's Facebook page.

Ordinance 2015-03 prohibits smoking or using an electronic vaping device during Music in the Park concerts.