Downtown at Sundown
Enjoy live music and good vibes at Downtown at Sundown! This outdoor music festival takes place every Thursday night, for five weeks, beginning in July and running through August. It’s a free event open to the public. Complete with sponsor booths and children’s activities. Local food and beverage vendors are on hand to quench your thirst and local retailers provide some extra browsing opportunities.
Things to know before you go…
- Be prepared for sunshine, as well as hot and humid weather. (sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat are encouraged)
- Bring a chair or blanket for extra comfort.
- Pets are allowed and welcomed, just make sure they are on a leash and up to date on shots and vaccines.
- Bring your ID for any alcoholic beverages.
- The event goes on rain or shine, dress accordingly.
Follow @downtownatsundownsd for current and most up to date information.
Summertime Food Trucks and Fun
Get out of the stuffy office for lunch and enjoy Summertime Food Trucks and Fun. Enjoy local musicians and food trucks at the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum on select Wednesdays throughout the summer. This concert series is the perfect way to spend your lunch hour whether you live here or are just passing through.
Follow @sdagmuseum for current and most up to date information.
Anderson Plaza Performance Series
Experience cultural and local artists performing on Anderson Plaza outside of the South Dakota Art Museum. You’ll find anything from the SDSU Jazz Quartet to Native American Hoop Dancing. For six Tuesdays in June and July, a partnership between the South Dakota Art Museum and Brookings Arts Council brings fun and unique concerts to the community on SDSU’s campus.
Follow @sdartmusuem and @brookingsartscouncil for current and most up to date information.