The Town of Cary is presenting Park After Dark, a free outdoor concert series, on select Wednesdays this summer and fall, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The concerts will take place at the old library site, 310 S. Academy Street, Cary.
Love outdoor music? Check out our huge day by day list of outdoor music around the Triangle! Most of the shows are free.
On September 8th, 2021, NiiTO will be performing.
NiiTO is made of brothers Aarik and Josh Duncan, joined by fellow musicians AJ and VJ. While both brothers sing vocals, Aarik plays the piccolo bass and Josh plays the sax.
NiiTO has blended influences from a variety of musical genres over the last several years, crafting a unique sound and becoming more in tune with the world in which we live, work and play. NiiTO’s ability to blend genres has given them a unique sound that blurs the lines between R&B, Pop, Funk, Soul, Jazz, Blues, and more.
Food and Drink Vendors
- Gussy’s Greek Street Food
- Once in a Blue Moon Bakery & Café
- Chatham Street Wine Market
Outside food and beverages are allowed. Outside alcohol is not allowed.
A limited selection of free, low-level lawn chairs will be available. Personal lawn chairs are allowed.
Multiple parking areas are available, including the Cary Arts Center (101 Dry Ave.), the downtown parking deck (113 Walnut St.) and parallel parking along S. Academy St. Please mind all parking signs if parking in private lots.
More Outdoor Music in the Triangle
Learn all about outdoor music in the Triangle, including a description of the concert series, and a 90-day calendar, or take a quick look at some of the upcoming outdoor concerts here: