L.L.Bean Summer in the Park 2014

This summer, make sure your plans include a visit to Freeport, Maine, during our Summer in the Park celebration – there’s no better place to be than our hometown! With free outdoor concerts, festivals and events going on throughout July and August, it’s no wonder this annual event has become a tradition for locals and customers alike.

Summer in the Park at L.L.Bean in Freeport, Maine

We’ll be hosting FREE concerts all season during our Summer Concert Series, brought to you by the L.L.Bean Visa Card. This year’s lineup includes Toad the Wet Sprocket on July 4, Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band on July 12, Jeff Tweedy on July 26, The Mowgli’s on August 2, Jason Isbell on August 16 and Brett Dennen on August 30.

The Mowgli's will be performing on August 2 in Discovery Park

Mark your calendar now for all of our free events, including L.L.Bean’s Fourth of July celebration – join us for spectacular fireworks, our 10K road race and an old-fashioned parade. Don’t miss our annual KidsFest on August 9 and Dog Days of August on August 23. Meet us outside the store every Friday afternoon, June 13 through September 12, for the Freeport Farmers’ Market.

Spectacular 4th of July Fireworks in Freeport, Maine

Get ready for an action-packed summer in Freeport! Don’t miss out on our Summer in the Park celebration (and don’t forget to grab a lobster roll while you’re here).

See the full schedule

Store directions

Dog Days of Summer at L.L.Bean in Freeport, Maine


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