Summer 2018 concerts at the Wells Harbor Park

Wells Harbor free concert

The concerts at the Wells Harbor Park are one of the best kept secrets of the summer. Admission is free, if you enjoy the concert you are encouraged to make a donation to offset expenses. On the busiest nights there is always room for three times the number of concert-goers. Plenty of free parking close by.

There is also ample room to move around if you feel like dancing or take a stroll down to the harbor with your sweety.

Bring a cushion if you plan on using the benches or folding chairs or a blanket just in case the benches are all taken. Concerts start at 6:30. Some insect repellent is a good idea on many nights but you may be pleasantly surprised. On some evenings the breeze is just enough to keep the bugs at bay.


This schedule is for the 2018 series of concerts.

June 30, Strafford Wind Symphony

55 Musicians! Traditional and patriotic crowd pleasers. "Our wildly popular Summer Concert Series entertains folks of all ages with toe tapping Patriotic marches and fun, familiar classics and Broadway tunes."

July 7, Party Starters

Playing both classic and recent recent rock, blues, Beatles, Johnny Cash ...

July 14, Eddie Forman Orchestra AKA "E.F.O."

This is Polka night for Wells Harbor. The Eddie Forman Orchestra will entertain with standard polkas and traditional Polish lyrics.

July 21, The Bel Airs

Motown, soul, funk and disco for the seacoast. "The Bel Airs perform Doo Wop and 50-60's Vintage Rock 'N' Roll, with elegant five part harmonies and stereophonic instrumental arrangements"

July 28, The Windmills

"The Windmills bring a funky elegance to an extensive repertoire of R & B, Blues, Motown, Jazz, Soul and Rock'n'Roll music."

Aug. 4, Spetrum

"As a Classic Rock & Roll multi-function band with over 30 years of experience, SPECTRUM takes great pride in maintaining a well rounded song selection. The range of music styles varies from Rock and Roll, Country and Oldies."

Aug. 11, On Tap

"musical variety includes popular favorites dating back to the Beatles and going forward to Adele & Neon Trees - providing a mix that creates a great time, with lots of dancing."

Aug. 18, Jumbo Circus Peanuts

"Like any great musical organization, the band was born one night in a tiny smoky kitchen when two trombonists, a clarinet player and an alto saxophonist collided over a case of beer and a couple of fake books."

Aug. 25, The Reminisants Band

"The Reminisants have been entertaining audiences of all ages throughout New England since 1973. The band specializes in music from the 1950’s through the 90’s, playing a collection of great music for all kinds of musical tastes and generations."

September 1, The New Legacy Swing Band

"Our extensive msic library includes big band, jazz, swing, waltzes,Latin, rock n' roll, and R&B tunes from all music eras"

© 2017 Ted Whittenkraus.