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A few pics of Alive at Five on Broadway

Alive at Five Kiernan Plaza in the background

Dr. John was the headliner for the first show of the season.

The first Alive at Five of the season was Thursday evening. And, as you've probably heard by now, the free concert series has been relocated to Tricentennial Park on Broadway in downtown Albany for the summer because of construction at Corning Riverfront Park.

If you're curious about the setup at the new/old/temporary spot, here are a few pics from Thursday...

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+ Alive at Five 2016 lineup

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