In a world of shortages, live music is not one of them. Especially in the Quad Cities and surrounding area. With plenty of summertime left to enjoy, there is one summer concert series that might have slipped by in your social media feed or wherever you look for events in our area.

The Bettendorf Public Library has been hosting a Summer Concert Series that takes place every Thursday at the same place, at the same time, and costs the same amount. The next Summer Concert Series is happening this Thursday but if you can't make it, there are plenty more to attend.

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Mark your calendar for Bettendorf Public Library's next Summer Concert Series date featuring a local band and a QC favorite, Crooked Cactus.

Bettendorf Public Library's Summer Concert Series Continues

If you're looking to enjoy more live music and enjoy it for the low cost of $0, then you need to clear your Thursday nights for the rest of the summer. The Bettendorf Public Library's Summer Concert Series continues this Thursday, July 13th.

Every Thursday between now and August 10th, you can bring the family to Faye's Field (2950 Learning Campus Drive) by the Bettendorf Public Library. The music starts at 6:30 p.m. and it is free to enjoy the live music.

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Make sure you bring a lawn chair or blanket if you plan on sitting. But looking at the list of bands performing the rest of the summer in Bettendorf, I have a feeling you'll be on your feet dancing the entire time.

Thursday night's band is a QC favorite in the Crooked Cactus. You can find more details about Bettendorf Public Library's Summer Concert Series here.

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