Eckert's Concerts

Eckert’s Concerts

Let Eckert’s entertain you on the weekends with toe tappin’, FREE music concerts. From spring through fall—from Memorial Day to Labor Day—concerts take place at 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays on the patio off the Country Store. In the winter, concerts are held on Saturdays inside the Country Store.

We are excited to host our fourth annual Summer Concert Fest, featuring 16 weekends of live music on Friday and Saturday nights. The live music will take place in the plaza area, outside the Belleville Country Store, from 7 to 9 pm. This free event is perfect for all ages. We will have kid’s activities, and food, custard, soft drinks, wine and beer will be available for purchase. Food or drinks must be purchased from Eckert’s for this event. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a beautiful evening with family and friends. If it rains, the concert will be cancelled.

Check our Event Calendar for upcoming performances in Eckert’s Summer Concert Series!

2015 Summer Concert Lineup

June 26 – Alex Riffle & The Stiff Riffs (Bluegrass)

June 27 Smooth Roose  & The Bluegrass Unit (Bluegrass)

July 3 – Jeremiah Johnson Band (Mississippi River Blues)

July 4 – Zydeco Crawdaddys (Zydeco)

July 10 – Lucky Old Sons (Piano/Sax Rock/Country)

July 11 – Diesel Island (Outlaw Country)

July 17 – Red Lehr & Friends (Blues)

July 18 – Hudson & the Hoo Doo Cats (GroovinRockinBoogie Blues)

July 24 – Trophy Mules (Rock/Country/American)

July 25 – Evan Webb and the Rural Route Ramblers (Texas Country)

July 31 –A Grand Night for Singing” with the Eckert/Woodruff Quartet (Broadway Tunes)

August 1 – Kevin Mitchell 4 (Martini Music with a Twist)

August 7 – Chris Talley Trio (Bluegrass)

August 8 – Letter to Memphis (Indie Folk Quartet)

August 14 – Avenue Zero (Classic Rock/Rock)

August 15 – Big Mike Aguirre & the Blu City All Stars (Jazz)

August 21 – Tim Albert & The Boogiemen (Blues)

August 22 – Slow Down Scarlett (Rock/Indie)

August 28 – Kayla Ray (Country)

August 29 – The Dusty  Brothers (Americana/Country/Rock)

September 4 – The Woo Daddies (Blues/Rockabilly)

September 5 – Leland’s Road (Progressive Country)