Head out to Constitution Park each Thursday night for Waynesboro Parks and Recreations free, weekly concert series, Groovin’ at the Greenway. Community spirit will run high as bands perform live music from an eclectic mix of genres including rock, blues, funk, disco, soul, alt-country, and more. Dance along or set up your blanket or lawn chair and get comfy as the sun goes down. There will even be a food truck (or two) at each concert, so you can pick up some tasty food while you enjoy the tunes.

Constitution Park offers plenty of free parking. The music starts at 6 p.m. and lasts until 8 p.m. Concerts will go through July 28.

The concerts are very family-friendly, and the Blue Ridge Childrens Museum will have a tent set up at each of the concerts with great free activities for kids! Theyll also love exploring BRCMs new natural playground, located next to Stone Soup Books across Race Avenue from Constitution Park and under the gaze of the Kaiya with Tulips mural. The playground features a rock labyrinth, a hill with a built-in slide, planting boxes, and more. This cool play space helps kids connect to the natural world through unstructured play.

If you cant sit still while the music plays, why not take a stroll along the South River Greenway? Youll enjoy stretching your legs and feeling the cool breeze near the river. Make sure to show your love with a selfie at our Virginia LOVEworks sign along the trail. Kids will enjoy riding bikes or scooters or wading in the river.

Pick up a giant 28-inch pizza from Benny Stivales or some tasty deli sandwiches from Mister Jamisons (open until 5 pm on Thursdays) to take for a picnic in the park!

Groovin at the Greenway Schedule

May 19: Little Walter and the Convictions (60s music)
Since 2011, Staunton-based Little Walter and the Convictions have been getting audiences on their feet with vintage 60s rock nsoul hits.
Food Truck: Backyard Gourmet

May 26: Mad Maxx and the Groove Train Band (80s tribute band)
Mad Maxx and the Groove Train Band captures the spirit of the 80s with your favorite high-energy hits and interactive style.
Food truck: Holy Smokes

June 2: Who Shot John (rock n soul)
Who Shot John is a local favorite acoustic trio from the Shenandoah Valley that plays rock n soul.
Food Trucks: Sooner’s BBQ Cheesesteak Scenario

June 9: Standing Room Only (classic rock, soul, rb, and some country)
Standing Room Only is a Valley favorite 5-member band that plays a mix of classics.
Food Truck: Cheesesteak Scenario

June 16: Red Dotts 2: (jazz)
Theres nothing better than a jazz soundtrack as you watch the sun go down on a peaceful evening.
Food Truck: Holy Smokes

June 23: Empty Bottles (yacht rock and more)
Empty Bottles hails from SWVA and livens up the party with your favorite yacht rock covers.
Food Trucks: Sooner’s BBQ Cheesesteak Scenarios

June 30: Thieves of Burden (rock, Americana, and alt-country)
Shenandoah Valley-based Thieves of Burden plays mixed-genre original music. Expect to hear rock, alt-country, and Americana.
Food Trucks: Rick’s BBQ Delicias Marina

July 7: Righteous Friendz (world, positive vibes, soul-rock)
Waynesboro-based Righteous Friendz Band “shares a message of love and peace…with reggae…and bluesy, funky, jazzy, jammy satisfaction.
Food Truck: Cheesesteak Scenario

July 14: Shades of Gray (rb, rock, classic soul, disco)
This 6-piece dance band from Richmond will have you out of your seat dancing with a wide selection of your favorite cover hits.
Food Trucks: Holy Smokes Delicias Marina

July 21: Everyday People: (funk, soul, and blues)
This horn-driven eight-piece band is made up of friends from the Port Republic area playing funk, soul, and blues. They shine with danceable classics from the 60s and 70s.
Food Trucks: Sooner’s BBQ Cheesesteak Scenarios

July 28: Jason Burke: (60s and 70s American and British rock)
Jason Burke hails from Charlottesville and plays original music inspired by sounds from the 60s and 70s.
Food Truck: Rick’s BBQ