Music at Miller Park

In partnership with Nelson Mandela Elementary School, Minne Lusa and Miller Park Neighborhood Associations and other community partners, we’re excited to announce another summer of Music at Miller Park! This FREE community-sponsored outdoor summer concert series takes place at the Miller Park Pavilion (2707 Redick Ave) on June 11, July 16 and August 20.

About the events: 

  • All concerts are free, no ticket required
  • Bring blankets, chairs, sunscreen, bug spray, food, drinks (including beer and wine*) and leashed pets!
  • Shows will go on rain or shine

*No hard liquor, please!

 

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The Lineup

Enjoli & Timeless
Saturday, June 11
Preshow 6:30 PM 
Show at 7:30 PM

6 black band members most wearing red shirts facing the camera, one member centered in the back wears white shirt

Enjoli & Timeless are a live band and recording artists from Omaha, Nebraska. Humbly labeled by her fans as "The Voice of the Street," Enjoli and her sultry vocals quickly rose to recognition after the release of her debut album called Set The Mood in 2013. After releasing her hit single "Thinking," in 2017 Enjoli formed her R&B/Soul band, Timeless. 


Nate Bray & the Soul Supremes
Saturday, July 16
Preshow 5:30 PM Show at 7:30 PM
In conjunction with Mandela-Fest

Nate Bray & The Soul Supremes was formed in the fall of 2021 for the purpose of live music restoration in the inner city of Omaha, NE. This powerful new quartet is the brainchild of Native Nebraska musician Nate Bray, a member of the 2018 and 2021 Nebraska Blues Challenge winners “Stan and the Chain Gang.” Members of the Soul Supremes are Mark T Nelson on keys, guitar and vocals, James Tbone Taylor on bass, Jimmie Lipkins on drums and harmonica. 

 

Jarron Taylor and Cross Bearing Nation
Saturday, August 20
Preshow 6:30 PM Show at 7:30 PM

Jarron Taylor sings

A powerful evening of gospel and soul music with Nebraska native Jarron Taylor and Cross Bearing Nation. Now in its thirteenth year, the group has been heard all over the nation performing some of the best in and original works of gospel music.

About Miller Park

Music at Miller Park

 

Miller Park is in an Omaha area with a rich history of jazz, soul and R&B music dating back to the 1920s. Some may remember the performances of legendary musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Ray Charles and Duke Ellington along North 24th Street. We’re pleased to bring this concert series to the Omaha community, and we encourage families to come out and enjoy a summer evening immersed in incredible live music and vibrant culture!

 

Sponsors:

Omaha Performing Arts logo black         

Nelson Mandela Elementary School

Minne Lusa Miller Park Neighborhood Association

Black Police Officers Association

Omaha Association of Black Professional Firefighters

Omaha Parks Department

Charles Drew Health Center, Inc.