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2018 Series

Sertoma Amphitheatre is one of Cary’s best kept secrets, nestled away inside Bond Park. This intimate venue is a perfect setting for outdoor concerts. Come early for a seat, or pack your own portable chair.

All shows are held at the Sertoma Amphitheatre in Bond Park, 801 High House Road. Concerts are free and open to the public. For more on the happenings at Sertoma, call (919) 462-3970.

The Monitors

Saturday, May 12 | 7 p.m. | Free 
Sponsored in part by PineCone

The Monitors have been playing jazz for more than 50 years. They have been the back-up band for Otis Redding, Millie Jackson, Major Lance, Faye Adams, Joyce Thorne, Connie Harvey, Maceo Parker and Milton Bulluck. They provided the opening concert for international stars Ray Charles and Roberta Flack; Flack used to be the lead singer with the group. They have also toured with the North Carolina Symphony. The leader of the group is Bill Myers, a multi-instrumentalist and founding member of the group. Myers received a North Carolina Heritage Award in 2014.

Wood Robinson's New Formal

Saturday, June 9 | 7 p.m. | Free
Sponsored in part by PineCone

Two years ago, Wood Robinson, known to many as the bass player for Mipso, released an album of original music that he recorded over two years at Nightsound Studios in Carrboro. Robinson says of these songs, "They are rooted in the hundreds of scenes and stories I have taken in traveling through this vast, seemingly endless landscape of a country. I hope in listening to them you will find those same feelings that I have felt being immersed in the peoples and places that we call America -- feelings of seeming insignificance tempered by that of the wonderful importance of people.

All-Nite Public Radio

Saturday, July 14 | 7 p.m. | Free
Sponsored in part by PineCone

All-Nite Public Radio (ANPR) is a jazz fusion band with roots in Durham. The band derives its name from the ability to play different musical styles; listening to ANPR is like pushing scan on your radio at night, you never know what you’ll hear. It is the black experience brought to life through jazz, soul, funk, r&b, hip hop, gospel, and rock. Although there is variety in the styles of music, the common theme in ANPR is improvisation. That means the music is spontaneous. The members bring more than 122 combined years of experience to the stage.

Shana Tucker

Saturday, August 11 | 7 p.m. | Free

Sponsored in part by PineCone

After five years performing with the world-renowned Cirque de Soleil's KÀ in Las Vegas, Shana Tucker is back in North Carolina, and we're thrilled to welcome her back! Tucker is a singer-songwriter and cellist who credits her genre-bending ChamberSoul™ journey to the influences of her jazz and classical roots interwoven with '80s & '90s pop music, movie soundtracks, and world music.

Weather Policy: All events at Sertoma will occur rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, call (919) 469-4061 or check our Weather Status Page. Messages will be updated at least two hours before the event start time. 

Accessibility: For additional questions about accessible entrances, parking and seating, please call the Bond Park Community Center at (919) 462-3970.

Food: Food is permitted, but please leave alcoholic beverages at home.

Dogs: Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome.


(919) 462-3970