Thank you for attending 2021 Music in the Park!
With a growing audience of more than 2.5 million streams and 40,000+ monthly listeners on Spotify alone, Jordan T has made a name for himself, sharing international reggae and music stages all over the world. Last time he was in San Jose in August 2018, he shared the bill with reggae icons Third World and put on an energetic set of Island reggae fusion tunes. He’s also back in Downtown San Jose for his encore appearance with his buddy, J Boog.
A message from Airfield Supply Co. founder and CEO Marc Matulich:
“The chance to help support the re-opening of San Jose by presenting an open-air concert in the park marks a special moment for us. We’re honored to be able to help bring vibrancy back to our city and create a unique moment for our neighbors to fly with us on a world-class, music-filled night they won’t soon forget.”
During the COVID pandemic the Music in the Park show was down so instead
we held a Music in The Park Showdown.
Here is the bracket of Music in the Park’s all time favorite headliners and here is the winner
Everything You Need to Know
Answers to some frequently asked questions.
Gates open at 5:15 p.m. Arrive early for shorter lines.
- Low-back, beach style chairs and blankets are OK.
- All bags subject to search. No backpacks allowed.
- No outside food or drinks are permitted. No coolers, glass bottles, hydro flasks or aluminum cans.
- Service dogs must have proper ID.
All sales are final.
About Music in the Park
big names as well as up-and-coming acts.