The City of Folsom’s Summer of Music Series resumes this Friday night. Presented by the Folsom Parks and Recreation District each year, the Summer of Music is a four-night series that runs through July that takes to the gazebo stage at Folsom City Lions Park, bringing area residents another family friendly free option to get outside and enjoy live music. 

Friday’s event will welcome Innersoul back to Folsom for another year to perform on the gazebo stage. The venue provides plenty of shade on the lawn area of City Lions Park as well as food trucks serving up great eats and refreshments. 


Innersoul is a sophisticated R&B “old school” dance band whose soulfully artistic renditions of R&B and Latin dance classics arouse dancers of all musical persuasions. The Sacramento dance band creates soulful dance grooves that are pure emotional fire! “Innersoul” has become Sacramento’s most captivating, energetic and entertaining musical group. The band’s sets are arranged to keep the audience dancing to old school and latin music.

Folsom City Park, also known as Lions Park, is  located near city hall and next to the Folsom Public Library at 411 Stafford Street in Folsom. The concerts take place from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. on their scheduled nights.  At all of the Summer of Music concerts the motto is come for the music but stay for the fun. This Friday, food trucks and vendors will be serving up plenty of grub and delights to enjoy during the show to make it a date or a fun family night.


The week’s scheduled food trucks and vendors will include  Zintzuni Cocina Mexicana, Hefty Gyros, and Yaya’s Italian Ice, which should prove to be a good treat to keep you cool. Folsom Times will also be providing bottled water for guests in partnership with City of Folsom as well as offering free fans to keep cool with. Founder Adam Frick will also be the emcee for the event  

Following this Friday night, the concert series will conclude with the rock band Modern Relics on July 26. For more information about this series visit