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The Village of Orland Park is continuing to make preparations for the 2020 Centennial Park West Series.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the July 18th concert featuring Tommy James & The Shondells, Ides of March featuring Jim Peterick, The Buckinghams, Cryan' Shames, New Colony Six, and Shadows of Knight has been rescheduled to August 22nd.
Blue Oyster Cult, Mark Farner's American Band and The Fabulous Thunderbirds will now perform on September 12th.
The Scott Stapp Voice of Creed, Filter, and Dishwalla concert is being rescheduled to 2021.

Centennial Park West, 15609 Park Station Blvd., Orland Park, IL 60462

Enjoy an elaborate picnic setting at Centennial Park West as we present major headlining artists over 2 dates for 1 price. Pack a cooler of your favorite food and beverages and come out to enjoy some summer music.  Lawn chairs, blankets, coolers, strollers and small wagons are permitted. All items, including bags and purses, will be searched at the venue entrance.

The Village will be selling alcoholic beverages. Must be 21 or older. Drink tickets will be available onsite, are non-refundable and valid only at the concert at which they were purchased.

Ample free parking on site. Link to: Centennial Park West
Accessibility: ADA parking available. ADA Only drop-off area at Park Station & Summerglen Lane.
Food vendors: To Be Announced.

Prohibited Items:

  • Large umbrellas, tents, weapons, knives, scooters, bicycles, roller skates/blades, cannabis, open flames, grills, beer kegs, drones, and pets (service dogs are permissible).
  • Video/audio recording devices, professional cameras and cameras with detachable lenses.
  • Firearms or explosives (including those possessed by off-duty officers or concealed carry license holders). 
  • Smoking is prohibited within the fenced-in area of grounds. 
  • Smoking/consuming cannabis products in/around grounds is strictly prohibited and will result in a police response


2 Dates, 9 Major Headline Artists in Concert, 1 Price! 


Orland Park Residents: New ticket pricing is $50 for Residents until June 30, by phone only at (708) 403-6170 or (708) 403-5000.
General Public: Tickets sales are available now  for $60 at 
Tickets: All tickets are general admission. No re-entry is permitted. Anyone exiting the event will not be allowed to reenter. Children 8 and under are free and must be accompanied by an adult.

Cancellation and Refunds:
This is a rain or shine event.  Concerts may be postponed, suspended, or cancelled in the case of lightning, heavy winds, heavy rain or other threatening weather or conditions that place the audience, artists, crew or staff at risk.  In the event of cancellation due to weather or other discretionary reasons, no refunds or credits will be issued.  However, in the limited circumstances of concert cancellation caused by federal, state or local government directives, guidelines and recommendations relating to event cancellations, social distancing and/or other public health and safety measures only, ticket holders will receive a full refund (in the case of cancellation of all three concerts) or partial, pro-rated refund (in the case of cancellation of one or two of the concerts).  Refunds will not be given until the cancellation or conclusion of the entire concert series.

August 22, 2020

3:00 PM - Gates Open
4:30 PM – Playing before Tommy James and The Shondells is a collection of Chicago’s legendary bands: The Ides of March featuring Jim Peterik (Vehicle), The Buckinghams (Kind of a Drag), Cyran Shames (It Could Be We're In Love), New Colony Six (I Will Always Think About You) and Shadows of Knight (Gloria)
8:00 PM – Tommy James & The Shondells (Crystal Blue Persuasion, Crimson & Clover, Draggin' the Line, Mony Mony, Hanky Panky, Three Times in Love, I Think We're Alone Now)

September 12, 2020

3:00 PM - Gates Open
4:30 PM – The Fabulous Thunderbirds (Tuff Enuff, Wrap It Up, Powerful Stuff)
6:30 PM – Mark Farner’s American Band (I’m Your Captain, Some Kind of Wonderful, The Loco-Motion)
8:30 PM – Blue Oyster Cult (Don't Fear) The Reaper, Burnin' For You, Godzilla, Cities on Flame with Rock & Roll)