Rockin' on the River 2018

musician Meklit

Singer/songwriter/composer Meklit will be there in July. / photo: Marco Peris / via Meklit Facebook

The full schedule for the next season of the Rockin' on the River free concert series in downtown Troy is out.

The Wednesday night series starts June 6 in Riverfront Park and runs through August 8.

And here's the lineup...

Shows start at 5 pm. (And note the schedule skips July 4.)

June 6: Moriah Formica
With: Margo Macero
Rock singer/songwriter.

June 13: Skeeter Creek
With: Sydney Worthley
Country.

June 20: Super Doppler
With: Wurliday
"Retro Psych-Country Rock n Roll band."

June 27: Blues For Breakfast
"Grateful Americana."

July 11: Meklit
"Meklit is an Ethio-American vocalist, singer-songwriter and composer, making music that sways between cultures and continents."

July 18: Gabriel Sanchez Presents The Prince Experience
With: The Age (Adrian Lewis)
Prince tribute.

July 25: Almost Queen
With: The Troy Music Academy All-Stars
Queen tribute.

August 1: Rubblebucket
Indie pop.

August 8: The Mallett Brothers Band
With: The North & South Dakotas
Rock.
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More free summer concert season schedules
+ Music Haven 2018 lineup
+ Spin Doctors at Schenectady County SummerNight 2018

AOA is a media sponsor of Rockin' on the River.

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