Dorothy Curran Returns on July 25

The Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series returns from July 25 to August 22 for another great season of outdoor music to entertain music fans of all ages on City Hall Plaza with Strictly Sinatra by Michael Dutra, Disco Night with Stardust, the classic soul of Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, and the grand finale featuring the legendary Trammps.

Now celebrating 46 years as Boston’s longest-running free outdoor concert series, these performances bring four summer nights of great entertainment to this unique venue located in the heart of Boston.  All shows begin at 7 p.m.

The series is presented by Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Mayor’s Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment, the Boston Commission on Affairs of the Elderly, and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with title sponsor Bank of America.  Additional support is provided by Polar Beverages.

The series kicks off July 25 with Strictly Sinatra featuring the music of Ol’ Blue Eyes as Michael Dutra takes to the stage drawing from a repertoire of more than 500 Sinatra classics.

City Hall Plaza favorite Stardust returns on August 1 for Disco Night featuring classic dance floor and pop hits.  Stardust is a “Super-Band” formed by gathering some of the most talented and experienced musicians in the entertainment industry and honed by over a decade of active rotation.

Charlie Thomas’ Drifters return on August 15 with R&B classics including “Dance With Me,” “This Magic Moment,” Some Kind of Wonderful,” “Under The Boardwalk,” and more.

The Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series closes August 22 with the Trammps performing hits including “Hold Back The Night,” “Where The Happy People Go,” “Soul Bones,” and their signature song “Disco Inferno” as featured on the soundtrack of “Saturday Night Fever.”

For more information, please call (617) 635-4505 or visit the Parks Department online at or

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