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Allen Stone with Dakota Jones
Presented by the River House Restaurant
Want to buy a table, reserve a blanket, or order food from Buoy Shack, Ohana, or The Rosa? Make your selections below:
The City of Portsmouth’s Independence Day Fireworks have been rescheduled to start at 9:15pm tonight.
The Allen Stone concert will be in the park, as planned. Dakota Jones will start at 7pm sharp and Allen Stone will begin right at 8pm.
Amazing show or fun fireworks? You don’t have to choose!
You can stay in your seats for the fireworks, head over to the experimental garden area of the Park, grab a drink at the Puddle Dock for a seat, or walk to Leary Field when the concert ends. No matter what you choose, it’s going to be a really special night in the park.
Allen Stone + Fireworks = UNFORGETTABLE
All Reservations for this show have been taken, but you can still come! Bring your own blanket or rent a chair.
We hope to see you at the gate!
Please Note: General Admission Donations do not include reserved seating. This is a way to make your gate donation in advance. Thank you!
Allen Stone was raised in the small town of Chewelah, Washington. He grew up on gospel music, spending much of his childhood as a pastor’s son watching his parents lead their congregation in song. By the time he was 11, he’d picked up a guitar, wrote his first song and soon began self-recording demo tapes to pass along to classmates. After dropping out of college, he moved to Seattle to kickstart his music career, often driving up and down the west coast in his ’87 Buick to play any and all gigs he could. He quickly developed a reputation for powerful live shows, playing up to 200 dates a year. And, in the years since, Allen has built a devoted following on the strength of his near-magical ability to channel a weight-of-the-world sensitivity into his songs while still radiating hope and promise. His easy grace in blending everything from edgy soul-pop and earthy folk-rock to throwback R&B and Parliament-inspired funk is reflected in his five full length albums–from his 2010 self-released debut album Last To Speak to 2021’s APART, an intimate album recorded in a converted cabin during the pandemic. Stone has continued to keep a constant touring schedule and has appeared numerous times on national television including performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Today Show, and is the mentor on this season of American Idol. You can expect to hear new music from Stone later this year and 2023.
For more information, visit allenstone.com.
With Dakota Jones
Dakota Jones is a New York based band that’s been stomping around and making noise for nearly 8 years now. Featuring Tristan Carter-Jones on vocals, Scott Jet Kramp on bass, Steve Ross on the drums, and Eddy Marshall on the guitar, Dakota Jones have molded their sound into something at once commanding and vulnerable, spontaneous and deliberate, familiar and refreshing. The groove erupted in 2015, and they haven’t looked back since, following that gritty funky sound wherever it would take them – through some of NYC’s most respected venues, on tours exploring America’s coasts, and well beyond. Press play on Dakota Jones, and follow the dripping honey through the sights and sounds that they’re serving.
Table and blanket reservations are non-refundable, but can be transferred to another available date in the 2023 season.
Please Note: General Admission Donations do not include reserved seating. This is a way to make your gate donation in advance.
Table reservations seat four.
Blanket reservations are placed in the blankets-only area of lawn and do not allow for chair placement.
See you in the park!