Sundays on the Square | June 2023 Schedule

Sundays on the Square Features The Corner Boys
Sundays on the Square Features The Corner Boys

Sundays on the Square 2023 begins in June with weekly concerts into September. Plan to get together with your friends on the historic Woodstock Town Square for an evening (5-7 pm CDT) to celebrate music, summer, fun, and friends. Read more below about Sundays on the Square, one of the best things about summer — and it’s FREE!

And starting this year . . . there’s more! Art In The Square and — Your Sister’s Tomato Wood Fired Pizza. Truly the best way to spend a summer evening in Woodstock or anywhere else. Read more below.

Our first concert is June 25, 2023:

June 25 | Corner Boys

About Corner Boys

The Corner Boys
Corner Boys

Featuring outstanding guitarwork, wonderful harmonies, and the original music of Kris Nichols.

Dave Kunzweiler, Paul Hilderbrand and Michael Rothstein, aka Corner Boys, together bring their lifelong passion for music to the stage. The name Corner Boys comes from an east coast tradition of late night harmonies sung on the street corner.

Not your typical acoustic cover band, the Corner Boys playlist runs from Lyle Lovett, to Michael Jackson to our own Kris Nichols. The attention to detail, dynamics and nuance makes for an evening of fabulous music. Their goal is to touch people with their music and to share the joy that they get from their art.


Sundays on the Square – celebrate music & summer outdoors

Sundays on the Square in 2023 run every Sunday, June 25 – Sept 3, except for July 16 (the Woodstock Folk Festival is always scheduled the third Sunday in July).

Enjoy some great bands from 5:00 – 7:00 pm CDT. We gather 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. 

Restaurants on the Square are usually open on these evenings with carry-out items, but please confirm with specific places. Of course you can bring your own food items and picnic on the Square. Also, be sure to bring chairs!

Sunday evenings on the Square are always a memorable part of summer in the Woodstock area. Watch this website for updates and specifics on the bands. Better yet, subscribe to our email list if you aren’t already on it!

Now there’s more: Art In The Square & Your Sister’s Tomato Wood-Fired Pizza

Sunday Art In The Square in conjunction with Off Square Music Sundays on the Square.
Sunday Art In The Square in conjunction with Off Square Music Sundays on the Square.

In conjunction with Off Square Music and on select Sunday evenings, in the historic Woodstock Square, a group of local artists will sell their work. Art in the Square joins Sundays on the Square on these weeks from 4:00 – 7:00 pm:

  • Sunday, June 25
  • Sunday, June 23
  • Sunday, August 13
  • Sunday, September 3

While you enjoy listening to some amazing music, you can browse and buy beautiful art!  The artists will have functional, sculptural work and so much more in between!

Sponsored by the Clayworkers’ Guild of Illinois and the City of Woodstock.

Your Sister's Tomato Wood-Fired Pizza
Your Sister’s Tomato Wood-Fired Pizza

PLUS – Your Sister’s Tomato Wood-Fired Pizza truck will be on the Square for your dining pleasure. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better!

So make a plan to join in the fun with friends and family – for Sundays on the Square on the dates listed below — joined by Art in the Square on select Sundays, June 25, 23, August 13, and September 3. And don’t forget Your Sister’s Tomato Wood-Fired Pizza.

Watch our website for details about upcoming performers:

Donations cheerfully accepted

We appreciate your contributions in support of music in Woodstock. You may contribute to Off Square Music and also to specific performers using the buttons in the left column of most pages on this site.

Brought to you by…

These FREE summer concerts are brought to you by Off Square Music, the Woodstock Opera House, the City of Woodstock, and the Woodstock Hotel/Motel Tax Grants to the Arts — as well as your generous donations. It truly takes a village (and a state, and a few cities, a couple of guys with wagons and an ice cream vendor).

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