Second Headliner Announced For Memorial Park Concert

The City of Omaha Celebrates America Concert will feature Special Guest Chris Isaak at this year's free concert at Memorial Park.

Isaak is a two-time Grammy nominated artist with a decades-long career as a recording artist and actor. His musical repertoire includes nine albums and 12 singles, including the 1991 top-ten hit "Wicked Game," "Somebody's Crying," and "Baby Did A Bad, Bad Thing."

Isaak will join the previously announced headlining act Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, along with local cover band The Firm. The City of Omaha Celebrates America concert will take place on Friday, June 28; with performers beginning at 6:00 pm, and a fireworks display following the show that is even bigger and better than ever before!

Produced for the first time by the City of Omaha and sponsored by the Omaha Parks Foundation, the 2019 concert will also serve as a benefit for flood relief throughout the state of Nebraska, in partnership with the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation. Concertgoers will have opportunities to text-to-give during the event, or to give by check or credit card at a Nebraska Farm Bureau information booth.

"Chris Isaak is a wonderful addition to the musical line-up for the City of Omaha Celebrates America concerti We are proud to continue this fun, family tradition and provide an evening of family-friendly entertainment for our community," said Mayor Jean Stothert.

The concert will be free to the public and open to all ages. Music will kick off at 6:00 p.m. and a special, enhanced fireworks display will follow the show.

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