BELFAST — Belfast Summer Nights rounds the bend into the second half of its season with a brilliant stageful of musical delight Thursday, Aug. 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Steamboat Landing Park.

Noah Fishman & Friends return to this summer concert series. Known for his instrumental virtuosity and creativity, Fishman ventures to make bold, playful statements by bending lines between folk, chamber and jazz. As ever, Fishman’s fresh musicality and craftsman with a tune will impress — this time he brings friends Lillian Sawyer on fiddle, Emily Troll on accordion and fiddle, and Neil Pearlman on piano. The band will play original and traditional music for this annual hometown show. Bring a picnic and get ready for an hour of genre-bending, energetic tunes.

Louisa Stancioff & The Kelly Boys is an indie folk and roll band based in Midcoast Maine that has been knocking the socks off crowds all over! Stancioff’s Bulgarian heritage shows through in her intricate melodies, having grown up singing the ethereal, often dissonant, traditional folk music with her family. Her bandmates, Dave and Dan Kelly, are brothers from Bucksport and have grown up on the stage. They started playing in bands in elementary school, including playing with well known local artist Willy Kelly, who also happens to be their dad.

This show is brought to you in part by Trillium Caterers, fiscal sponsor Waterfall Arts, the City of Belfast and many community and individual sponsors. Admission is free, though a hat is passed for free-will donations. No dogs allowed in the lower concert area. Bring a picnic, family, friends, chairs and dancing shoes to enjoy this fun event. For more information, visit facebook.com/belfastsummernights or call 207-322-7123.

Louisa Stancioff & The Kelly Boys.