Rockin' on the River 2012

green island bridge roadwayThe Rockin' on the River concert series in Troy starts up its season Wednesday night. First up: celtic rock with Hair of the Dog (in the photo on the right).

The shows are in the parking lot just north of the Green Island Bridge (and just south of the strip that includes Ryan's Wake, Jose Malone's, and Brown's). They start at 5 pm. They're free.

This summer's slate is post jump.

Descriptions from the Rockin' on the River site.

June 20: Hair of The Dog, Irish Night

June 27: Aquanett, 80's Rock and Roll

July 11: 7 Bridges, a Tribute to The Eagles

July 18: Bad Medicine, a Tribute to Bon Jovi

July 25: The Dave Matthews Tribute Band

August 1: Who's Bad the Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band

August 8: Skeeter Creek, Country Night

August 15: Blues for Breakfast, a Tribute to the Grateful Dead

August 22: Changes in Latitudes, America's Premiere Jimmy Buffet Tribute Show

August 29: Blue Hand Luke, Troy's Favorite Party Band

Also worth noting:

There will be absolutely NO alcoholic beverages, coolers, backpacks, bags, containers, packages, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks, glass containers of any kind; animals or pets* admitted to the event; Security personnel reserve the right to inspect any bag, container or package and confiscate any prohibited or illegal items. (*Excludes ADA-defined service animals. Ground rules are subject to change without notice; Exceptions made for medical or child care reasons may be addressed individually)
All attendees should be prepared to present age identification at any time and wear provided identifying bracelet at all times within event grounds if they intend to consume alcohol. Any attendee caught by security personnel consuming alcohol without a bracelet, will be escorted out of the event area.


It looks to me like Rockin' on the River would be the perfect venue for my band. We're called The Tribute Band Tribute Band.

In our paying tribute to tribute bands, we surpass them in tributality. Look on our tributes, ye tributers, and despair!

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