Summer Concert Series
Nothing beats relaxing in a comfy lawn chair with a cool beverage and tasty snacks while listening to great live music as the sun dips behind the gulf. That’s why we’ll see you at this year’s Summer Concert Series at Aaron Bessant Park on Panama City Beach.
Free Concerts Every Thursday Night | Summer 2023
The concert series runs from June 8th to August 10th, 2023 at Aaron Bessant Park in Panama City Beach. The free concerts in the park are an all-ages event, and families are welcome.What better way to end the day than with a sunset concert with the fam?
Discover new music from exciting local and regional artists with genres and styles ranging from country & rock to reggae & bluegrass.
There will be food & beverage vendors on site, but you can bring your own if you prefer. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged, and the park is pet friendly. Put Fido on the leash and bring him to the show!
Summer Concerts Schedule | June 2023
Summer Concerts Schedule | July 2023
Summer Concerts Schedule | August 2023
Aaron Bessant Park In Panama City Beach
Aaron Bessant Park spans across 70 acres and offers an array of attractions and amenities. Its outdoor amphitheater, three soccer fields, and well-maintained festival lawns draw both locals and tourists alike. Paved walkways make navigating the park easy and convenient. The amphitheater can accommodate up to 10,000 people, making it a popular venue for various events and concerts in Panama City Beach.
The park boasts a network of scenic walking trails that wind their way around two large lakes. Located just two blocks from the Gulf, visitors can enjoy a pleasant breeze and breathtaking sunsets. At the southeast corner of Aaron Bessant Park stands the Veteran’s Memorial, a tribute to all individuals who have served in the United States military across different branches. Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs to the park, but they must be kept on a leash and owners are responsible for cleaning up after them. Public restrooms are available for visitors’ convenience.
Follow the Visitor’s Map