The Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District sponsors various special events for all ages in our community. Family events, concerts, dances, and humanity programs are just some of the many events held throughout the year. Please scroll down to see our current events!

Movies in the Park

Battle Point Park | Friday nights in August | Movies begin approximately 30 minutes after sunset | FREE

8/4 — E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (PG)

8/11 — Top Gun: Maverick (PG-13)

8/18 — Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (PG)

8/25 — Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (PG-13)

Sounds of Summer Concert Series

Battle Point Park | Wednesdays | 6:30-8:30p | FREE

7/5 — Eden

Eden is a rock/blues/pop band from the Pacific Northwest fronted by the powerhouse vocals of Savanna Woods, a recent Top 20 artist on NBC’s The Voice. Savanna’s unique voice is paired with the incredibly talented Aaron Hiebert on electric guitar, Jason Edwards on drums, and Ethan Gibbons on bass to create an impactful and energetic sound. They play a dynamic range of original music paired with covers from the 60s through today. From Fleetwood Mac to AC/DC to Stevie Ray Vaughan, they are guaranteed to get you grooving!

7/12 — Fox and Bones

Portland-based folk-rock band Fox and Bones entertain and engage with their heartwarming, uplifting, and “contagiously optimistic” brand of original music and unique take on the folk-rock music of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. Backed by the rock ‘n’ roll outfit The Quick and Easy Boys, they put on a fun and interactive live show you don’t want to miss!

7/19 — The West Coast Feed

The West Coast Feed is a musical sasquatch emerging from the Pacific Northwest, ready to meet the world. Hailing from Seattle, The West Coast Feed is an electrifying seven-piece experience that sounds like a Bruno Mars and Bruce Springsteen dance party that No Depression calls “a viable band with new flavors that deserve attention.” The band quickly gained notoriety throughout the West Coast for their not-to-be-missed live shows fronted by charismatic lead singer, Jesse Butterworth, complete with a three-person horn section, soaring violin, dueling electric guitars, and a host of catchy and clever original songs.

7/26 — Lady A

Lady A, known as “The Hardest Workin’ Woman in Blues, Soul, Funk & Gospel,” began singing at age five and began her performance career as a backup singer in a Motown Revue band during the ’90s. Her love of music, gospel background, Louisiana roots, and musical family always led her back to the Blues and Gospel music, mixed with flavors of soul and funk like a perfect jambalaya.

8/2 — Nearly Dan

The demands of the music of Steely Dan are high in technical proficiency and in preserving the sarcastic, knowing attitude initially conceived. Nearly Dan excels on both fronts, fusing the chops of 12 diversely-talented artists into a veritable butcher’s shop window of precisely cut bass lines; surgical, highly reminiscent guitar solos; a biting yet sophisticated horn section, and richly marbled beats. Returning favorite, Nearly Dan!


LONG LIVE ROCK performs #1 hit favorites in a fun, high-energy live music experience! It’s an all-out “encore rush” of all those songs you go into a show longing to hear (and you’ll get them from beginning to end.) This collective is made up of professional musicians who are diehard fans of classic rock and have the chops to deliver all classic rock’s biggest hits just the way you like it!

8/16 — The ABBAGraphs

Seattle-based The ABBAgraphs recreate the pop magic of ABBA’s chart-topping, classic pop hits of the ’70s and early ’80s PLUS hits of the disco era. Think Dancing Queen, Take a Chance on Me, Mamma Mia, Fernando, Waterloo, and more!

8/23 — Nate Botsford

Nate Botsford’s band brings the party with their country rock hybrid style and will surely get you on your feet! From coffeehouses to mainstages, Nate has pleased audiences with his feel-good tunes and relatable lyrics. Nate has shared the stage with the likes of Old Dominion, Brett Young, Lonestar, and many others and calls upon his influences of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and his big-band pianist grandfather in his music.

8/30 — Backstreet Jellyroll

Backstreet Jellyroll is a celebration of the powerful music of Van Morrison, one of the most revered and significant songwriters of the rock era. Covering more than five decades of hits, this 11-piece band delivers music that ranges from a whisper to a roar. Sounds of Summer fan-favorite Backstreet Jellyroll is comprised of professional working musicians creating an experience like no other.

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Questions about upcoming events? Have an event idea?

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Special Events Lost & Found Policy

Any items of value (not broken, damaged, unusable, etc.) left at any particular event location found by park and recreation staff shall be picked up and kept to return to the owner. All items found shall be taken to the Aquatic Center for a maximum of three weeks. They will be kept there for a minimum of three weeks before disposing of them. After three weeks, they shall be bagged up and taken to a local donation center.