Gulf Shores 2022 Summer Music at Meyer Park kicks off June 16

By Melanie LeCroy
Lifestyle Editor
melanie@gulfcoastmedia.com
Posted 6/15/22

The 2022 Summer Music at Meyer Park concert series kicks off June 16. The city of Gulf Shores has put together a lineup that will keep your toes tapping all summer long. The free concerts begin at 6 …

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Gulf Shores 2022 Summer Music at Meyer Park kicks off June 16

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The 2022 Summer Music at Meyer Park concert series kicks off June 16. The city of Gulf Shores has put together a lineup that will keep your toes tapping all summer long. The free concerts begin at 6 p.m. and take place at Meyer Park located at 400 East 22nd Ave., Gulf Shores.

The lineup for the 2022 Music at Meyer Park concert series is:

June 16 – Johnny Hayes

Before you saw Johnny Hayes singing on The Voice or opening for artists like JJ Grey and Mofro or Daniel Donato, he was a doorman at a bar in Tuscaloosa while attending The University of Alabama.

One evening while the musician onstage took a break, Hayes played a song and decided he'd much rather be doing that. Although green as can be, he began playing at venues immediately.

After graduating from the University of Alabama, Hayes moved to Nashville, Tennessee and started a band called Johnny Hayes and the Loveseats.

July 21 – John Hart

Florida-based artist John Hart is an acclaimed guitar player along the East Coast and Gulf Coast. Leading up to his creation of the John Hart Project, Hart spent a few years touring the East Coast with the prominent Sauce Boss.

The warm, rich tones of Hart's classical guitar playing approach brings an exciting and fresh presence to his live shows, while his unique weaving of fingerpicking and blues influence brings a flavor to the sound like no other. Revered as a young man beyond his time, John's influences come from a mix of blues legends such as Muddy Waters and B.B. King, to rock legends such as Jimi Hendrix and Duane Allman to modern monsters such as Derek Trucks and John Mayer.

Aug. 18 – Wes Loper

Wes Loper was born in Mobile and raised in and around the warm waters of the Gulf Coast.

With well over 4,000 live performances, Loper knows how to entertain a crowd. He has a way of blending music genres that has fans opening their hearts and cheering for more.

Mixing rock, country, blues and folk, Loper finds common ground with the audience and delivers his tunes with a positive spin until everyone is singing along with the music. He travels far and wide to bring his music to others. His shows are exciting, his voice is outstanding, and his fans are never disappointed.

Music at Meyer Park concerts are rain or shine events.

In the event of rain, the backup location will be Big Beach Brewery.

Food trucks will be set up at each event for those wishing to purchase food, and the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber will be on-site selling beverages for all ages to enjoy. For more information, please visit gulfshoresal.gov or call (251) 968-1171.

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