Are you looking for waterfront concerts near Portland? We’ve got the answer.
Every Monday from July 10 – August 14 at 6pm, Cape Elizabeth Community Services sponsors free concerts in Fort Williams Park.
Enjoy the park’s extraordinary ocean views as well as some of the areas best live music. Bring your own chairs and a donation for the Rotary Food Drive.
Free Waterfront Concerts at Fort Williams Park
Fort Williams Park is named for an army base that operated on the site from 1872 to 1964. Concerts are held at either the bandshell of the picnic shelter.
Visiting the park is one of the free things you can do in Maine. However, there is paid parking, except for the overflow lot, which is always free. You will have a longer walk, though.
Fort Williams is a carry-in/carry-out venue. There are no trash receptacles.
So, please bring a trash bag along with you. The park and the concerts are also dog friendly.
See the Portland Head Light
The Portland Head Light is Maine’s oldest lighthouse. While the lighthouse Museum closes at 2PM on Mondays, the iconic Portland Head Light, with its breathtaking ocean views, is always available for photographs.
The light is only open to visitors one day per year on Maine Open Lighthouse Day, but the museum is open daily in the summer.
Museum hours vary by day and the charge is $2 for adults and $1 for children 6-18. Children under six are free.
There are plenty of other outdoor concerts in Portland to enjoy.