The concerts start at 7:00pm. It's always a good idea to get there early to find a good spot and get settled before the fun starts.
To add the current year's schedule to your calendar, you can use the link to the right... It should download a .ics file that will import into pretty much any calendar you use.
The Music on the Half Shell has gotten so popular over the years that people started placing blankets in the park to hold their place on Monday evening. That obviously wasn't a great idea because the park is there for kids to play in and the public to use, so the rules are that you can place a blanket in the park at 5am the day of the concert. At 5am, any blankets that are already in the park are removed, so please don't fudge on your way to work at 4:30am. 🙂
Parking gets pretty tight around the park. There is designated parking across from the park next to Legion Field and in the paved parking lot connecting the YMCA to the softball fields along Stewart Parkway.
There are also free shuttles from Roseburg High School.
Check back for times that the shuttle runs, but a good bet would be 6pm to 10pm.
There are a number of food vendors at the concerts. From kettle corn to BBQ to ice cream and everything in between. For a full list of vendors, just check out the Vendors.
You are also welcome to bring your own dinner, including a bottle of your favorite wine or a few beers. Please drink responsibly and clean up after yourself though. The park belongs to the City of Roseburg and we don't want to leave a mess.
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The mission of Music on the Half Shell is to provide free concerts to the public in Roseburg, Oregon featuring quality artists who would normally perform at distant venues for a substantial admission fee.
THE MERCH BOOTH
That's right. The Lost & Found is located in the merch booth. The one where we sell band and Halfshell merchandise. Usually to the left of the stage.
Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper
Pink Martini (w/Special Guests)