Woodbridge Arts 

Woodbridge, NJ

A Community Committed to the Arts

Woodbridge Arts 

Woodbridge, NJ

A Community Committed to the Arts

Free Concerts summer Wednesdays in beautiful Parker Press Park, 400 Rahway Avenue, Woodbridge, NJ.


  • Concerts start 6:00 PM.
  • Bring a chair or blanket.
  • Beer, and wine available.
  • Food trucks and stands.
  • Free parking located in front of the park and behind the park at the Woodbridge Train Station.
  • Take the train! The station directly behind the park!
  • Parker Press Park is wheelchair accessible.
  • Dogs on leash are welcome.

July 2 - Tennessee River


Tennessee River was formed to pay musical tribute to one of the most influential and vocally dynamic country bands of our time. Alabama reeled of 21 straight #1 singles and ended up in the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame

July 9 - Western Centuries


This 5 man band has three lead singers and musical influences from all over the charts. They’ve been compared to both The Band and The Flying Burrito Brothers. You won't often get to see them in NJ so I suggest you don't pass up this opportunity.

July 16 - Truck Stop Troubadours "Outlaw Country

Performing in a retro country style pulling influences from Memphis "Sun Records" and the legendary "Bakersfield Sound" and of course music that came out of Waylon Jennings "Hillbilly Central" Days, the Truck Stop Troubadours return to Woodbridgw with their "Outlaw Country Show" featuring Willie, Waylon, Johnny and a dangerous assortment of country outlaws

July 23 - The Chapin Sisters and The Farmer and Adele


The Chapin Sisters (Tom Chapin's daughters) will be performing a set on classic country duets while The Farmer and Adele bring their country western cowboy swing from Nashville to Parker Press Park. This one will be fun!

July 30 - Radney Foster


One of our favorite shows ever in Parker Press Park, Radney's songs have been covered by Keith Urban, Sara Evans and The Dixie Chicks to name a few. We had to have him back!  Foster’s always been tough to categorize; from cowpunk duo to honky tonk, come discover for yourself why Radney Foster quickly became a fan favorite.

Aug 6 - ZBTB


Some people are surprised that Zac Brown already has a tribute band, but these guys will rock country like you've rarely seen with covers from Metallica to Queen, all of which have been covered by the original Zac

Aug 13 - The Gibson Brothers

Winners of the International Bluegrass Music Awards "Entertainers of the Year" in 2012 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium and the "Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year" for "Singing As We Rise" with Ricky Scaggs also in 2012

In 2011, they won Album of the Year with "Help My brother" as well as Vocal group of the Year

Aug 20 - Yarn

Since their start in 2007, Yarn’s original Americana sound has developed into music that seekers of the unique see as the soundtrack to their lives. Yarn’s first four albums were recognized by the AMA’s and R&R radio charts, spending time in the top 5 at their highest point. Yarn has become one of the hardest-working and harder-touring bands for this generation’s digital natives and new music followers.

Aug 27 - Love Canon


Love Canon doesn't cover the music of the '80s as much as kidnap it and take it on a bluegrass-tinged joyride. Love Canon refreshes and extends the originals with affectionate humor and effortless virtuosity. Classics they cover include:  ZZ Top's "Legs,,” "She Blinded Me With Science,”  "The Boys of Summer," and "Girls Just Want to Have Fun."

© Woodbridge Arts, Woodbridge, NJ

Mayor John E. McCormac