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Enjoying music, outdoors

Members of the audience dance while The Adjustments perform. (Photo by Ryley Graham)1 / 7
Caitlin Dettmann and Ashley Hammerbeck, having just come from a skate with the Harbor City Roller Dames, listen to the music with their dog, Poppy. They recently watched Trampled by Turtles at Bayfront from their kayaks earlier this month. "It's great because you can find music here pretty much any night of the week," Dettmann said. "There's so much talent here." (Photo by Ryley Graham)2 / 7
Courtney Lane, 12, and her parents, April and David, rode their bikes to the concert. Courtney has been playing the guitar for two years. (Photo by Ryley Graham)3 / 7
From left, Aiden Barber, Laney Goei and Marja Koos come to the Tuesday concerts for ice cream and music. Goei enjoys blues music, especially from local performers. (Photo by Ryley Graham)4 / 7
Bryan Wentworth and his son, Henry, play on the Chester Park playground while enjoying the blues music. Bryan is also a local musician and has become familiar with members of The Adjustments through various music events. "I play all sorts of music," Wentworth said. "I mean indie rock, folk and Duluth-y stuff." (Photo by Ryley Graham)5 / 7
St. Paul native Joe Nelson, age 10, is in Duluth visiting his Grandma for the summer. Along with attending the Tuesday night concerts, he has walked on the Lakewalk, gone swimming and spent time with his younger cousins, Allison and Emily. (Photo by Ryley Graham)6 / 7
Luzette Goddard and Larry Thompson, along with their dog, Ruby, have recently moved back to Duluth because they missed the area and the cool weather. She tries to go to all local concerts, especially enjoying the good blues music. Goddard says that the crowds and the performers keep her coming back to the Chester Park concerts. (Photo by Ryley Graham)7 / 7

The 2016 Chester Creek Concert Series has brought music to Chester Park for 34 years. The park has heard everything from folk to ska. On Tuesday, July 25, local band The Adjustments brought a bluesy rock sound to the stage.

These weekly concerts, held every Tuesday through Aug. 16, draw many Duluthians who enjoy the free music and friendly outdoor atmosphere.