43rd annual Music in Plymouth set for Wednesday, July 1, 2015!
schedule of entertainment to come…
42nd annual Music in Plymouth:
Tuesday, July 1st, 2014
A free evening of music, fireworks and community fun!
|5:15-6:00 PM||Mu Daiko|
|6:00-6:15 PM||crowd roving entertainment|
|6:15-7:00 PM||Alison Scott|
|7:00-7:15 PM||crowd roving entertainment|
|7:15-8:15 PM||Maiden Dixie|
|8:15-8:45 PM||drawings & announcements|
|8:45-9:45 PM||Minnesota Orchestra|
|9:50-10:10 PM||Enticing Entertainment Fireshow|
|approximately 10:15 PM||Fireworks – will begin immediately following stage entertainment|
The Hilde Performance Center Site has undergone significant improvements in the past several years. Due to new underground wiring and sprinkling systems, a strict policy prohibiting staking and roping off of seating areas is in effect. In addition, the site will be closed to the public for maintenance and event preparation on July 1. Residents will not be allowed to leave blankets, chairs or tarps on the ground until after 7 a.m.
Hilde Performance Center
3450 Plymouth Blvd
Plymouth, MN 55447-1448
Shuttle Services Available on the Evening of Music in Plymouth
The City of Plymouth has arranged for shuttle services on the evening of Music in Plymouth. The shuttle services will begin at 4:30pm and continue throughout the evening at the following locations:
- West Lutheran High School at 3350 Harbor Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55447
- Plymouth Creek Elementary School at 16005 41st Ave N, Plymouth, MN 55446
About Music in Plymouth
Music in Plymouth began in 1972 on a vacant lot in the Minneapolis Industrial Park. Al Hilde, Jr., Plymouth’s mayor, formed a citizen committee, the Plymouth Civic League (PCL) to sponsor the concert of the Minnesota Orchestra in Plymouth in an effort to promote community identity and spirit. Today, Music in Plymouth (MIP) has become an annual summer extravaganza eagerly anticipated by residents of Plymouth and surrounding communities; more than 15,000 people bring their picnic suppers, enjoy the pre-concert activities and then sit back and revel in the starlight concert in the Hilde Performance Center with its accompanying fireworks. The entire evening’s events are simulcast on large screens that have been added to enhance visual accessibility for the crowd.
The continued growth and success of Music in Plymouth depends on the commitment of individuals and businesses that make their home in the community. You can join the many other civic-minded Plymouth businesses to become a valuable part of this long-standing tradition. Your contribution to the annual operating fund will ensure that thousands of people are able to gather in the heart of Plymouth for a spectacular evening of music, fireworks and community spirit.
The Plymouth Civic League accepts tax-deductible cash and material contributions in eight categories. 100% of all contributions go toward the cost of Music in Plymouth.