2023 Summer Nights on the Green

21st Annual Summer Nights on the Green Concerts
Presented by: The Town of Windsor and the Windsor Farmers Market
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June 1 - August 31

​Thursday Live Concerts (6-8 pm)

Windsor Farmers Market (5-8 pm)Food vendors and farm fresh produce 

Family Lawn Games

2023 Printable Schedule - Click Here!

2023 Bands


Thursday, June 1

Pride & Joy 

Genre: Pop, R&B


Band Sponsor: Friends of the Windsor Library

2023 Season Opens with the Bay Area's most popular Party Band, Pride & Joy SF. This group is the Pride of the Bay Area and a Joy to anyone who loves to dance. They present the most timeless pop/soul music of our time in an electrifying high-style show that pulls the audience directly into the heart of their performance. After the passing of band leader of 40 years, Coleman Burke, his band members and family continue to carry the band forward as Pride & Joy SF. 

Pride and Joy Band

Thursday, June 8

Mustache Harbor
Genre: Soft Rock Party Band 

Band Sponsor: People 4 Parks

The San Francisco Bay Area's legendary Soft Rock Tribute Band, MUSTACHE HARBOR has been thrilling audiences across the country for over a decade with their spot-on renditions of the smoothest music from the 1970’s and 80’s. All performed with the highest level of musicianship. Get ready for all the hits from the Era of Smooth.

Mustache Harbor

Thursday, June 15

Orquesta son de Caña
Genre: Latin Salsa

Orquesta Son de Caña, a Bay Area 11 piece Latin Orchestra, is back on the Windsor Town Green with their thick traditional Latin sound and rhythmic Salsa beat. Bring your dancing shoes and grab a partner, the dance floor is sure to be packed.

Orquesta son de Cana

 Thursday, June 22

The Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra featuring Terrie Odabi
Genre: Blues


Band Sponsor: FRC, INC.

Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra from San Francisco is Inspired by soul and blues sounds of the ‘60s and ‘70s. This dramatic horn-driven powerhouse group creates its own classics, while staying deeply rooted in it's African American art form. APSO has recorded six singles and five albums with Frank Bey and Wee Willie Walker, earning 17 BMA nominations in their 15 years together.

Anthony Paule Soule Orchestra

Thursday, June 29

Skynyrd and Frynds
Genre: Southern Rock 

Band Sponsor: Healdsburg Lumber Company

Take a trip back in time with the Skynyrd n’ Frynds Tribute Band presented by SouthBound and Co. These dedicated musicians have done their research into the band members they portray. Have a high-quality Southern Rock experience and sing along to many of your favorite hits.

Skynrd and Frynds

Thursday, July 13

Kenny Metcalf as Elton John
Genre: Elton John Tribute
Band Sponsor: Hampton Inn & Suites Windsor-Sonoma Wine Country 

Accomplished musician and vocalist, Kenny Metcalf recreates the multiple Grammy-winning legend and flamboyant superstar in each and every performance. Dazzling outfits, stunning vocals, and a spectacular backing band complete this phenomenal reproduction that brings the audience on an adventure of both sight and sound. Special Guest performance with help from the Codding Family.

Kenny Metcalf

Thursday, July 20

Genre: Latin Roots Tribute

Maya Latin Roots is a Latin Tribute Dance Band based in Northern California. They deliver a captivating blend of Spanish and English music, presenting popular crossover hits from renowned artists. With special tributes to movie soundtracks Selena and La Bamba, as well as tributes to Santana, La Sonora Dinamita and more. Covering music hits from Mark Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Celia Cruz, Thalia, and Old School hit medleys. Maya creates an energetic and engaging atmosphere that gets audiences dancing. Their performances are a celebration of Latin music and a testament to their remarkable talent and passion. 

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Thursday, July 27

The Funky Dozen

Genre: Party Band 


Band Sponsor: Sutter Health

The Funky Dozen focuses primarily on favorites from the 1970s, but also pulls the best from the 80’s, 90’s for high energy music you can’t stop dancing to. The band features twelve talented musicians with a mixture of diversity and experience. The band stays true to its roots melding classic rock guitar, keys, percussion and a horn section to blow the roof off with male and female lead singers.

The Funky Dozen

Thursday, August 3
Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble 
Genre: Zydeco / Blues


Curley Taylor and his band, Zydeco Trouble, hail from the heart of Creole country in Louisiana. Curley's soulful, bluesy vocals and the band's hard driving zydeco beat blend to create their unique style of zydeco and blues. Curley has released seven CDs of original music making him one of the most prolific composers in Zydeco. It's always a party when Curley & Zydeco Trouble comes to town. 

Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble

Thursday, August 10
Hey Jude
Genre: Beatles Tribute

Band Sponsor: Windsor Presbyterian

Hey Jude (The Band) hails from Vacaville and the SF Bay Area. Hey Jude plays energetic and accurate versions of music from the 60's and 70's with an emphasis on The Beatles. Hey Jude was formed in 2011 with each member bringing years of experience to provide one of the Bay Area's best party and dance experiences, featuring music we can all sing along with and get up and move to!

Hey Jude Band

Thursday, August 17
Sol Horizon
Genre: Reggae/Rock/Funk

Sol Horizon is a 7-piece reggae band from Sonoma County that seamlessly fuses roots reggae with rock, funk, and world music. The band is renowned for its energetic live performances and powerful lyrical content. Twice voted "Best Band" & 7-time winners of the North Bay Music Award (NorBay) for "Best Reggae Band'

Sol Horizon Band

Thursday, August 24
Mama Said
Genre: Rock
Band Sponsor: W-Trans

Bay Area rock band Mama Said has a distinctly retro sound inspired by classic rock of the late 70’s/early 80’s, and its revival of the early 90’s. Two powerhouse female vocalists front the band, trading leads and harmonies over deep pockets and soaring solos that get them frequently compared to Heart and Fleetwood Mac. They are currently releasing singles from their debut album “Change in the Weather” cowritten & produced by Jim McGorman of the Goo Goo Dolls. The songs feature addictive vocal melodies and beautifully textured guitar hooks, but their intention is also clear—to make an album about growth, change, and coming together. Mama Said is power and attitude with an almost timeless sound. This is New Classic Rock.

Mama Said Band

Thursday, August 31

The Unauthorized Rolling Stones

Genre: Rolling Stones Tribute 

Band Sponsor: Windsor Lions Club

Season Finale - Rudy Colombini & The Unauthorized Rolling Stones have brought the excitement, energy, and all the hits of a live Rolling Stones show to stages across the country since 2001. Their show holds legends of the classic rock years while maintaining their Rolling Stones core. Colombini’s staggering, Jaggeresque showmanship is hands down the best salute to Mick. Special Guest performance with help from the Codding Family.

Unauthorized Rolling Stones



Bernstein Orthodontics | Stäubli Electrical Connectors, Inc. |  Sonoma Clean Power


Calpine at the Geysers | Encore Events Rentals | Portola Systems, Inc. | Redwood Credit Union | Sonoma County Resource Recovery | Windsor Odd Fellows 


Exchange Bank | Hampton Inn & Suites Windsor-Sonoma Wine Country | Healdsburg Lumber Company Oliver's Market | Russian River Brewing Company |  Windsor Chamber of Commerce 

Friends of the Windsor Library | Healdsburg Lumber Company | People4Parks | Sutter Health | Windsor Presbyterian Church | Hampton Inn & Suites Windsor-Sonoma Wine Country | W-Trans | FRC, Inc. | Windsor Lions Club

Interested in becoming a sponsor for the 2024 concert season? 

Please contact Nelle Herman at 707-838-5307 / nherman@townofwindsor.com

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•   Parking at Windsor High School, 8695 Windsor Road - 1/2 mile from Town Green

•   Sonoma County Transit shuttle service between Windsor High School and the Town Green from 5-9 pm

•   Sonoma County Transit Shuttle service between Windsor Middle School and the Town Green from 5-9 pm 

•   Valet bicycle parking on Town Green. Swap your bike for a free chair for the night! Chairs provided to bike riders on a first come first serve basis

•   Designated motorcycle parking on Duvander Lane (west end of Town Green)

*** NO PARKING in the Bell Village (Oliver’s) parking lot. Property Owner will tow Town Green event attendees

Seating on the Green is subject to restrictions.

•   The center grass wedges are reserved for low-to-the-ground lawn and beach chairs. The seat of the chair can be no more than 12 inches from the ground. Signage and a measuring stick will be available on Thursdays to mark the maximum seat height in the area

•   The outer grass wedges are reserved for standard size lawn and beach chairs

•   Canopies are permitted ONLY on behind the Timeline Walk. Canopies not permitted on the southwest lawn wedge

•   Blankets may be spread on grass ONLY AFTER 4:30 p.m.

•   No roping or blocking off private areas on the Green is allowed


•   Please, no skateboarding, roller blading, scooters or bike riding on the Green

•   Dogs on leash and under control of owner

•   No smoking on Windsor Town Green

•   Alcoholic beverage sales by local Windsor non-profits. Consumption restricted to Town Green

•   Unloading zone located at the Huerta Gym east parking lot

•   First aid station provided by Bell’s Ambulance Service

•   Free family lawn games


Waste Less Windsor will be at the 2023 Summer Nights on the Green Concert Series by helping concertgoers recycle! Stop by the Waste Less Windsor booth and buy a custom stainless-steel cup. Drink vendors at the concerts will give a discount on your drink! Join Windsor businesses, service organizations, and the Town of Windsor to promote better recycling and the reduction of landfill waste. For more information or to sign up to volunteer, go online to www.wastelesswindsor.com. 


Highway 101 to the Central Windsor Exit West on Old Redwood Highway (a left-hand turn for northbound traffic; a right-hand turn for southbound traffic)Straight (past Shell Station and McDonalds on right hand side of street) to Windsor River Road
Right onto Market Street

Information & directions: Parks and Recreation Department (707) 838-1260