DULUTH, Minn. -

After ten weeks of music filling the scenic Chester Bowl, concerts in the park have hit their final note for the season.

The Chester Creek concert series featured everything from rock musicians to bluegrass and country.

The music is in its 35th year and is free for everyone.

"Chester Bowl is all about summer to be out in temperatures like this, especially late summer when it's hot and then cools down at night. You can't enjoy a better night than this out here in Duluth. One thing we love about the venue too is that it's always relatively bug free and even when there are bugs, there's enough other targets that you don't get more than one or two bug bites in any given night," said Chester Bowl Improvement Club Executive Director Dave Schaeffer.

Even though the summer music series is coming to an end, musicians will fill the Chester Bowl for its annual Fall Fest on September 17th.