Summer Concert Series - Cabildo
Come hear the music of Cabildo, Thursday, July 21 at the Kentwood City Hall lawn from 7:00-8:30pm. Cabildo is a West Michigan based alternative Latin rock collective that delivers a unique blend of cumbia, ska, folk and other genres of music from Latin and South America.
Cabildo roughly means Town Hall in Spanish. Historically, cabildos were gathering places located throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. They doubled as locations where African slaves could play traditional chants and drum parts. These were passed on through generations during Spanish colonization and continue to live on in today’s modern music.
Food trucks include Kona Ice of Lowell, Dune Buggy, Sanse Filipino Cuisine.
Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or chair and join us on the lawn behind Kentwood City Hall. Concertgoers are also welcomed to bring their own beer or wine to the show. Come early and check out the Kentwood Farmers Market which takes place next door in front of the Kentwood Library from 4:30-7:30pm.
Concerts will be live streamed for those who wish to watch from home at: https://www.wktv.org/live25.html
Missed the concert? Watch it here at WKTV On Demand.
WHERE TO PARK
The concerts take place on the lawn behind Kentwood City Hall at 4900 Breton SE. Parking will be limited at both City Hall and the Library. However, additional parking is available at the Kentwood Justice Center (4740 Walma SE), Kentwood Public Works (5068 Breton SE), Kentwood Baptist Church (2875 52nd St), and there is street parking in nearby neighborhoods. Click on the button below for a map with details.