MGM Springfield To Kick Off Free Live Music Series on Valentine’s Day
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. (February 13, 2020) – MGM Springfield will expand its entertainment offerings with a free live music series scheduled to begin Friday, Feb. 14. The resort will rock the casino floor with Free Music Fridays, featuring some of the area’s most coveted local rock bands including Darik & The Funbags, Johnny Sixgun and Trailer Trash. Free Music Fridays will run weekly through April 17 from 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Upcoming performances include:
- Friday, Feb. 14 – Darik & The Funbags
- Friday, Feb. 21 – Neon 90’s
- Friday, Feb. 28 – LA’s BackStage Pass
- Friday, March 6 – Johnny Sixgun
- Friday, March 13 – Brass Attack
- Friday, March 20 – Trailer Trash
- Friday, March 27 – Neon 90’s
- Friday, April 3 – Johnny Sixgun
- Friday, April 10 – LA’s BackStage Pass
- Friday, April 17 – Trailer Trash
On Monday, Feb. 17 and Monday, Feb. 24, MGM Springfield will bring a more upscale, mellow music experience with some of the region’s most exclusive artists including Tim Jones and Sean U. Blue Note Mondays will captivate guests from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Commonwealth Bar & Lounge.
For more information, visit mgmspringfield.com.
About MGM Springfield
MGM Springfield covers three city blocks in the heart of downtown Springfield, Mass. As the world’s first LEED™ Platinum-certified gaming resort, MGM Springfield ignites a cultural and economic renaissance in a historic New England city by seamlessly blending new design with restored historic buildings. The resort offers more than 125,000 square feet of gaming space, a 240-room boutique hotel on Main Street, superior spa services, diverse retail and inspired dining headlined by Costa and The Chandler Steakhouse. MGM Springfield also features a seven-screen Regal luxury cinema complex, bowling lanes, a seasonal skating rink and outdoor marketplace displaying local art, events and talent. For more information, visit the MGM Springfield Newsroom or mgmspringfield.com.