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Concerts in the Park

Eight Years of Summer Concerts at Fritz Park Pavilion

The City of Hutto Parks & Recreation Department is proud to announce the eighth season of the Summer Concert Series. Families are welcome to visit Fritz Park all summer long but now there is the opportunity for everyone to enjoy great music as well! Fritz Park Pavilion will play host to three concerts this summer, one in June, July, and August. This series has had artists such as Nakia, a finalist on NBC’s “The Voice," as well as other great artists such as Saints of Valory, Band of Heathens, Pride and Joy, Patrice Pike, The Jitterbug Vipers, Kyle Park, Mark McKinney. Rising R&B star Aloe Blacc made his only public performance in Texas in 2008 during this series and his music now featured on radio stations across the nation as well as commercials for BEATS Audio headphones.


JUNE 10 at 7:30 pm

JULY 8  at 7:30 pm

AUGUST 5 (Part of National Night Out) at 7:30 pm

See below for more information and links to the bands' websites. Then mark your calendars now and do not miss a chance to see these great shows for free
right here in Hutto’s Fritz Park! All shows begin at 7:30 pm, so bring out a picnic dinner, some cold drinks, your family, friends, and neighbors to enjoy an awesome musical experience in the park.


For more information about this series or other programs you can call the Hutto Parks & Recreation Department at (512) 759-4000. We look forward to seeing you and your families in Fritz Park this summer! 


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This year’s series begins on June 10 with CODY BRYAN BAND scoots into the pavilion. Texas native Cody Bryan has one of those rich, resonant voices that is perfectly suited for country, whether he’s rocking a honky-tonk on Saturday night or soothing regret-filled hearts on Sunday morning. WRECK ME, the Cody Bryan Band’s debut album, showcases Bryan’s considerable vocal and songwriting skills on ten strong tracks, most co-written during one marathon weekend in Nashville. Standouts include the first single, “If I’m Going Nowhere,” the love song, “When We Were Made,” and the title track “Wreck Me”. Helmed by producer and Blue October bassist Matt Noveskey, WRECK ME transcends geographic or stylistic boundaries while heralding the arrival of an important new talent. Cody is accompanied by Zach Lynch on lead guitar, Miles Barker on bass, Casey Conway on drums and Cole Gramling on keys to create the Cody Bryan Band! Cody has toured with many of Texas music legends and rising stars such as Roger Creager, Wade Bowen and Kyle Park the Hutto Summer Concert Series’ first ever artist. Cody and the band are making a huge impression on the Texas Country Music scene, get out to Fritz Park and catch him in your own backyard.


Things are definitely hot in Texas in July and Fritz Park will be no exception when the Austin Music Awards nominee for “Best Under 18 Band” TWENTY FOUR SEVEN make their way to town on Tuesday, July 8. Teenage Texas rockers TWENTY FOUR SEVEN features brothers Nikko Vallejo (17) on guitar & vocals and Matthew Vallejo (14) on drums & vocals, joined by Christian Ruiz (17) on bass & vocals, & CJ Bills (15) on Lead vocals & guitar. The band’s bloodline chemistry is evident as soon as the boys hit the stage. Produced by AJ Vallejo of the award-winning Austin band Vallejo, the band’s new CD is a fiery debut youthfully crafted to let the masses know they’re here to make some noise and have some fun. With the youngest band member at the age of 14, TWENTY FOUR SEVEN is way ahead of the game and ready to set the world on fire. While the guys have competed and won several competitions, but nothing excites them more than performing for new audiences. Ripping through a set of originals an covers get ready to be blown away by their show.    

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The concert series comes to a close on Tuesday, August 5 with a performance from the 2014 Austin Music Awards’ nominee for “Best Blues Act” the ERIC TESSMER BAND. The show will cap the night as the annual National Night Out Celebration comes to a close at Fritz Park. Beloved by audiences throughout the world, the Eric Tessmer Band has captured the attention of fans from all ages as a result of their uncompromising musicianship and unbridled aggression. Their music is organic and natural; they are real and every note you hear leaps from the speakers and is completely unfettered by superfluous studio trickery. With each performance, The Eric Tessmer Band's collaborative vibe continues to evolve, built on a career and catalog of material that inspires and fuels the evolution of rock and blues. Eric has played in front of hundreds of thousands of fans all over the world. Do not miss the opportunity to listen to this amazing talent as Eric and the band blow the roof off the joint in Fritz Park!


For our past performances, please check out our WALL OF FAME

Directions to Fritz Park in Hutto:

Hutto is approximately 10 miles from IH35 in Round Rock; 8 miles west of Taylor.
You can get to Hutto by using either IH35 or SH130 from the north or the south:

1.  Take either IH35 or SH130 Toll road north to Highway 79 and head east. 
If using IH35, this is the “Hutto Taylor” Exit from either the North or South.
If using SH130 and traveling from the south (Austin/Pflugerville area) then the second exit for Hutto is the Hwy 79 exit.
If using SH130 and coming from the north (Georgetown area) then the first exit for Hutto is the Hwy 79 exit.

2.  Take a LEFT at the third light in Hutto, FM1660 North.

3.  Once on FM1660 North, go three street/blocks up and take a RIGHT on Live Oak Street.

4.  Take Live Oak Street until you see the entrance to the Fritz Park parking lot on your left.  The Parks & Recreation Offices address is 306 E. Live Oak. 
OR: If you are coming to the concerts from the East (Taylor area) then take Highway 79 towards Hutto. After you pass the Covert of Hutto dealership, look for the old baseball field on your right. Slow down and take a right on the first street next to the ball field, this is Park Street. Take Park Street until it runs into Live Oak Street and you will see the entrance to Fritz Park.

If you miss the turn at Park Street, take a Right at FM1660 (first light from the East) and then a right on Live Oak Street (3rd street on right) and drive until you see the Fritz Park parking lot entrance.