A great way to enjoy the weather and support local artists is by going to a concert in your local park. With genres ranging from gospel to country, there is something for everyone’s musical tastes. Where can you find local and live music? Here are the top seven places to catch no or low-cost summer concerts.

Fenton Concerts in the Park

Every Thursday, Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation hosts Fenton Concerts in the Park at Fenton Millpond Park at the Gazebo, with a rainout location at Fenton Community & Cultural Center. Ends Sept. 1. For more information, click here.

City of Grand Blanc Food Truck Festival/Concerts in the Park

Every other Friday, community members and visitors can check out a variety of food trucks along Grand Boulevard, shop in the  Chalet Shoppes and enjoy live music in Physicians Park. Ends Aug. 5. For more information, click here

Flushing Area Concerts in the Park

Every Wednesday at 7 p.m., the Flushing Area Chamber of Commerce hosts concerts in downtown Flushing’s Riverview Park. Ends Aug. 3. For more information, click here

Clio Amphitheater

Every Tuesday (and one Thursday!),  Clio Amphitheater hosts a summer concert series. Tickets are $5/person or $25 for a season pass. Ends Aug. 9.  For more information, click here.

Linden Music by the Mill

On Wednesdays in August, Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation hosts music in Linden Park. Ends Aug. 31. For more information, click here.

Swartz Creek Fine Arts Program

Swartz Creek Fine Arts Association hosts music behind Swartz Creek City Hall and the fire department on Tuesdays. Ends Aug. 9. For more information, click here.

Tunes at Noon

On weekdays during the lunch hour, the Greater Flint Arts Council hosts the Tunes at Noon Festival at Saginaw and Second streets in downtown Flint. Ends Aug. 12. For my information, visit www.greaterflintartscouncil.org.