Fireworks, Fiddleworms, and Charlie Lyle for Final Concert

Concerts in the Park will feature





Charlie Lyle Orchestra


Monday, September 11,

from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in Big Spring International Park. This will be the closing Concert to the summer series, held in commemoration of the fifth anniversary of 9/11.

The Fiddleworms are known throughout the North Alabama area for their roots rock with hints of blues and jazz. This 5 member group is from all over the Tennessee Valley. They play often in Huntsville, including at Big Spring Jam. This is their Concerts In the Park debut.

Known for their big band style with mixes of swing, blues and jazz, The Charlie Lyle Orchestra has made performing at the Concerts in the Park finale a Huntsville tradition. The orchestra has performed at the series finale for the past several years, and always delights concert audiences with favorites from Glenn Miller and Frank Sinatra. They will close the series and will be followed by a magnificent fireworks display over Big Spring Park.

This free concert series is open to the public and takes place every Monday from Memorial Day through the second Monday in September. Blankets, lawn chairs, and picnics are encouraged. Domino's Pizza, soft drinks, snacks, and ice cream novelties will be on sale during the concert.

Concerts in the Park is a co-production of the City of Huntsville through its Division of Recreation and Landscape Management and The Arts Council, Inc. For more information, please call 256-519-2787 x 205 or visit us on the web at