Sundays on the Square in 2022 run every Sunday, June 26 – Sept 4, except for July 17 (the Woodstock Folk Festival is always scheduled the third Sunday in July).
Enjoy some great bands from 5:00 – 7:00 pm on the historic Woodstock Square, Cass & Van Buren Streets, Woodstock IL 60098. Shows vary, some with one and some with two acts, featuring local, regional, and national talent.
On June 26, we’ll kick off the season with music from Noon to 7:00 pm as part of Woodstock’s Summer in the Park.
Sundays on the Square 2022 Season Schedule
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June 26 | Woodstock’s Summer in the Park with 7 hours of Sundays on the Square Music, Noon – 7 pm
- Noon – 1:00 pm | Lara Bell
- 1:15-2:15 pm | Mark Hobbs
- 2:30-3:30 pm | Guyz with Bad Eyez
- 3:45-4:45 pm | Tricia Alexander & Alpha Stewart Jr.
- 5:00-7:00 pm | The Joel Paterson Trio
Watch for information about all the following performers as it comes available on our site:
- July 3 | Sons of the Never Wrong
- July 10 | Courtney and Chris | McCoo & Moriyah
- July 17 | No Sundays on the Square – Enjoy music at the Woodstock Folk Festival
- July 24 | Jonas Friddle Trio
- July 31 | Arranmore
- August 7 | Honey Cellar
- August 14 | Ashley & Simpson | John Derado & Anne McIntyre
- August 21 | Albion West | Wildered
- August 28 | The Corner Boys
- September 4 | Hot Lagarto
Hopefully restaurants on the Square will be open on these evenings and will have carry-out items, but please confirm with specific places. Of course you can bring your own food items and
Sunday evenings on the Square are always a memorable part of summer in the Woodstock area. Put the dates on your calendar now, and watch for updates and specifics on the bands as they come available. Better yet, subscribe to the calendar on this site (lower right corner of the calendar pages).
Brought to you by Off Square Music, the Woodstock Opera House, and the City of Woodstock with support from the Illinois Arts Council and the Woodstock Arts Council. It truly takes a village (and a state, and a few cities, a couple of guys with wagons and an ice cream vendor).