Catch a concert, see a movie or attend a great festival each summer in Burnsville! All events are free and open to the public. For event updates and cancellation notices visit the City's calendar, Facebook and Twitter pages.
Businesses and organizations are welcome to sponsor these events! Learn more about sponsorship opportunities.
*No Wednesday in the Park or New Spaces Sunday Music in the Park in 2019
Beginning in 2019, the City of Burnsville will no longer host "Wednesday in the Park" or the "New Spaces Sunday Music in the Park" gatherings. Instead, the City is coordinating a BRAND NEW, day-long summer festival to take place on Thursdays June 6, July 25 and Aug. 22.
The festival will provide an opportunity to celebrate our great community with a day-long street fair in and around Nicollet Commons Park and the Ames Center Plaza. It will include mobile food vendors, craft and market vendors, live entertainment and much more. Details to come soon.
Thursday Rockin' Readers
Nicollet Commons Park, 12600 Nicollet Avenue at 11:15 a.m.
Prior to Rockin' Lunch Hour Concerts, elementary principals from Independent School District 191 will read some great books to kids. Books are geared toward elementary and preschool children. Sponsored by Independent School District 191 and City of Burnsville.
Thursday Rockin' Lunch Hour Concerts
Nicollet Commons Park, 12600 Nicollet Avenue at noon
Noon performances at Nicollet Commons Park run throughout the summer and are geared toward elementary-aged audiences. Grab the kids and come down to the park for a rockin' good time!
Friday Night "Flicks on the Bricks"
Nicollet Commons Park, 12600 Nicollet Avenue Seating at 7:30 p.m. – show begins at dusk
Get cozy in the park with your friends and popcorn, and dive into some of your favorite movies. Pre-show music will be provided by one of Apple Valley High School's most talented musicians, Graden Hill.