- No tickets required. We strongly encourage a $1 per person donation to be paid at the gate. We can take Visa or Mastercard but prefer cash or check.
- No registration is required
- In the past we have not had to turn people away. Albany Parks & Recreation reserves the right to limit capacity for the health and safety of our patrons and staff.
Summer Sounds will take place at Timber Linn Park for the 2023 concert season due to the renovations being done at Monteith River Park.
- The concert stage is located near the shelters in the main part of the park, not the amphitheater used during the Northwest Art and Air Festival.
- There are several exits and entrances into the park on the north, west, and south sides of the park with paths leading to the concert stage.
- Chairs and blankets are allowed to be placed in the park after 6 a.m. on concert days. No tarps allowed. Seating is available on a first come, first serve basis. Standard height chairs are allowed.
- There will be no blanket area only seating.
- Staff will not be on site to regulate chair and blanket placement in the early morning. Place your belongings at your own risk.
- Please do not place items in fire lanes or places that are blocked off. If your items are placed in those areas, Albany Parks & Recreation will move the items to the closest available spot near your placement.
- Albany Parks & Recreation is not responsible for items that have been moved or lost.
- No BBQ’s are allowed in venue. The park BBQ stands will be closed.
- Alcohol is not permitted before 5:30 p.m. on concert days in Timber Linn Memorial Park, alcohol is permitted after 5:30 p.m. until the end of the concert.
- Beverages are available for purchase. OLCC guidelines for service are strictly followed - ID is required.
- Outside beer, wine, or cider is permitted in concert venue. Hard alcohol is not permitted.
- All concerts start at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
- Food vendors begin serving at 5:30 p.m. We have ice cream for sale, as well a variety of food trucks. Note: Outside food and drinks are permitted in concert venue.
- Gilgamesh Brewing Beer stands open from 5:30-9 p.m. OLCC guidelines for service are strictly followed - ID is required. Note: Outside beer, wine, or cider is permitted in concert venue. Hard alcohol is never permitted.
- Pets of any kind (except for guide/service dogs) are not allowed in the park on concert days.
- See Oregon Service Dog Guidelines for more information.
- Smoking of any kind is not permitted inside the concert venue or at the entrances. You will need to be outside the venue and 10 feet away from the entrances. Smoking marijuana in public is illegal in the State of Oregon.
- Parking is FREE for Summer Sounds Concert Series
- ADA accessible parking is available in the main park parking lot on Price Road with a footbridge to the center of the park.
- General parking is available in the main park parking lot and the parking lot to the south near the veteran's memorial and softball fields.
- We do not have a trolley or shuttles available at Summer Sounds.
- The venue is outdoors; all concerts are rain or shine.
- If the behavior of the concert attendees adversely affects any other party’s enjoyment of the show, or is determined to be unsafe, the attendee in question will be asked to leave.
- No pets, audio or video recording equipment, umbrellas, or canopies are allowed in venue.
- Dates and Artists are subject to change without notice.
- The views and opinions expressed by Artists do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Albany Parks & Recreation.
- No bicycles, skateboards, or scooters are allowed in the venue.
- We will follow all infectious illness guidance set forth by the State of Oregon.
- Timber Linn Memorial Park. 900 Price Rd, Albany, OR 97321.
- The concert stage is located near the park shelters in the main part of the park, not the amphitheater used during the Northwest Art and Air Festival.
Concerts are funded by sponsors, revenue generated from Parks & Recreation programs, and donations by attendees.
- The majority of support for our concerts comes from our sponsors. They give cash and in-kind services that allows these concerts happen. They are amazing and we are endlessly grateful for their support.
- We also use revenue we create from paid classes and programs to subsidize events and programs, such as these concerts, that are offered for free to the community.
- Lastly, the donations that you contribute at the concerts are reinvested in the concerts! We appreciate the community’s generosity. We have seen a steady, ongoing decline in donations. On a great night, donations average $0.25 per person. On a typical night it is around $0.15 a person. We understand not everyone can give but appreciate those who do.
Your property tax dollars do not directly fund these concerts. For every dollar you pay in tax, the City receives $0.37. Albany Parks & Recreation only receives a small percentage of that amount. The tax revenue we do receive goes towards park maintenance and keeping basic services going. We are considered a “special fund” which means we must create our own revenue to stay a viable department.
We are thankful to our sponsors, paid program participants, and those who donate in whatever capacity they can afford during this time of recovery.