Event Calendar
Jun
1
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jun 1 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this event is carillonneur Steven Ball of St. Louis, Missouri.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Sit on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Jun
22
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jun 22 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Amy Johansen of Sydney, Australia.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Jun
27
Thu
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Bernard Winsemius of Amsterdam, Netherlands.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Jul
6
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jul 6 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Gijsbert Kok of The Hague, Netherlands.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Jul
13
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jul 13 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Kimberly Shafer from Chicago, Illinois.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Jul
20
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jul 20 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Anna Kasprzycka from Gdansk, Poland.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Jul
27
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Jul 27 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artists for this concert are carillonneurs Elijah Buerk and our very own Roy Kroezen.  They will thrill you with duet and solo performances.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Aug
24
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Aug 24 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Tin-Shi Tam of Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.

Aug
31
Sat
Centralia Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Centralia Carillon
Aug 31 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Featured artist for this concert is carillonneur Margaret Pan of Somerville, Massachusets.  A free climb of the tower will be available after every ARTIST CONCERT. For full details regarding the Summer Concert Series and performers visit www.centralia-carillon.org.

Come see and hear the distinctive sites and sounds of the Centralia Carillon towering 165 feet high above the city. The Centralia Carillon, the sixth largest bell tower in the world, is played by a professional carillonneur who climbs 173 steps to play the bells in concert. The base of the tower contains a small museum, and tours of the Carillon are available free to the public by making a reservation.

Sit back and enjoy the park setting while listening to the concert.  Perch on the brick wall, bring your lawn chair, or spread a blanket and breathe in the surroundings.