July 3 Aurora's Fourth of July Celebration
It’s an American celebration, and it's fun for the whole family.Read More
July 5 Sacred Heart Festival
Mouth-watering food, awesome music and fun for the whole family – and it’s all for a good cause.Read More
July 10 Smash Mouth & Toad the Wet Sprocket
A backyard party with your favorite summer songs by Smash Mouth, Toad the Wet Sprocket & TonicRead More
July 17 Downtown Alive! One of These Nights & Cowboy Jukebox
Kick back, grab a beer and listen to some awesome music, right on the River. Get in on this Aurora tradition.Read More
July 18 REO Speedwagon
Don’t miss classic rock legends REO Speedwagon, LIVE at the Park.Read More
July 24 Rock The Yacht
We're bringing your summer soundtrack to life. It's Rock The Yacht.Read More
July 25 - 26 Aurora Puerto Rican Heritage Festival
Celebrate the rich heritage of Puerto Rico at the Park.Read More
July 31 Daryl Hall & John Oates
We’re making your dreams come true. It’s Daryl Hall & John Oates at RiverEdge Park.Read More
August 7 Downtown Alive! Maggie Speaks & Catfight
Two local favorites rock the Park for a night of non-stop hits.Read More
August 15 Sing-A-Long Frozen
Get to the Park and "Let It Go" with Sing-A-Long Frozen!Read More
August 21 Get the Led Out
They're called The American Led Zeppelin for a reason.Read More
August 22 Earth, Wind & Fire
They bring the Earth, Wind & Fire. The Park brings the Water.Read More
September 5 Fox Valley Irish Festival
A full day of all things Irish, held right in the heart of Aurora.Read More
September 13 Fiestas Patrias
Celebrate the sound, culture and taste of Mexico at Fiestas Patrias.Read More
September 19 Jazz Nations Festival
Jazz, Reggae and a touch of R&BRead More
That Girl Tour 2014 August 29
VIP Package available. Packages include advance entrance into the park, sound check access and more.
Jennifer Nettles – 9 p.m.
Jennifer Nettles, lead vocalist for international super duo Sugarland, has become one of the most popular singer-songwriters in music today. Since Sugarland exploded onto the music scene in ’04 they have worldwide sales of over 22 million (albums and singles) to date, have achieved eight No. 1 singles and have won numerous awards including trophies from the Grammys, AMAs, ACM Awards, CMT Music Awards and CMA Awards. Nettles has won five ASCAP awards for her songwriting abilities, and in 2008 individually received a Grammy Award, ACM Award and CMA Award for penning the emotionally charged, platinum-selling No. 1 hit “Stay.” At the 2009 ACM Awards, Nettles was honored with the “Crystal Milestone Award” for being the first woman to be the solo songwriter on an ACM “Song of the Year” winner since 1972. Her fans have grown to expect Nettles to deliver memorable, heartfelt performances.
SPECIAL GUEST: INDIGO GIRLS – 7:45 P.M.
Their styles couldn’t be more different. Emily hailing from the more traditional Joni Mitchell influence with Amy coming from the singer/songwriter aspect of punk rock. But when the two step out on stage, those disparate styles blend into one unique sound. For over 25 years, this power duo has rocked millions around the world. They’ve produced 14 albums, but it’s their amazing live performances that have made them unforgettable. Now experience the Indigo Girls for yourself live as part of this power line-up.
OPENER: BRANDY CLARK – 7 P.M.
Country music singer-songwriter Brandy Clark is often hailed as the future of country music. Her songs have been recorded by Miranda Lambert, The Band Perry, Reba McEntire, LeAnn Rimes, Billy Currington, Darius Rucker and Kacey Musgraves. In 2012, she opened shows for Sheryl Crow and made her Grand Ole Opry debut. In 2013, Clark was chosen by CMT as one of the “Women of Country,” and she released her debut album 12 Stories, featuring Vince Gill on background vocals. It made its debut at No.28 on the Billboard Top Country Album Chart, and led to her network TV debut on The Late Show With David Letterman, when she performed the album’s lead single “Stripes.”
All tickets are General Admission. The area in front of the stage, on the sides and in front (north) of the sound tower will be standing room only. No chairs will be allowed in that area, and no benches will be set up. Bag and folding chairs will be allowed behind (south) of the sound tower and on the grass hill.
CLICK HERE to view park map for Jennifer Nettles
Events at RiverEdge Park will take place rain or shine. In the event of a cancellation due to weather, a credit in the amount of the face value of your ticket will be issued to your customer account. The credit may be used towards a future ticket purchase for performances at RiverEdge Park or Paramount Theatre. No refunds will be issued.
CLICK HERE to read the RiverEdge Park policies.
Parking for this event is $5.00 at the Aurora Transportation Center/Metra Lot. This lot will open for event parking at 4 p.m. There will be a parking attendant on duty to collect payment.
Additional parking is located Downtown Aurora. Fees vary. Please click here to download a complete parking map and address list.