Troy Hosts Rockin’ on the River and Powers Park Concert Series

This July, the city of Troy hosts two separate concert series and a special live event at Powers and Riverfront Park.

“Rockin’ on the River,” which began on June 26, will last through to August 7, with concerts every other week on Wednesday.

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The Powers Park series begins on July 13 and will last until August 24, with concerts happening weekly on Saturdays. The Uncle Sam Jam at Powers Park will be a special live event at Powers Park on July 27.

Similarly, each concert series features a wide range of local and regional musicians and fun free for the whole family.

Presented by the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District, “Rockin’ on the River” is a free concert series hosted at Riverfront Park in downtown Troy. Rockin’ on the River includes four nights of rock ‘n ‘ roll, roots, and blues music alongside local food and drink vendors. The concerts are held weekly on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm, featuring two artists each night, with the exception of the performance scheduled for July 10. Fans can enjoy the display of food, drinks, and music for free, with no tickets necessary.

Below is the weekly lineup for Rockin’ on the River, and for more information, visit their website linked here. Due to severe weather and thunderstorms, the Rockin’ on the River concert on July 10 has been postponed for one week. Fans can still catch Hot Cousin, the Chris Busone Band, and The Albany Rock Pit Showcase Band on July 17 at 5:30 pm.

Rockin’ on the River Series Lineup

June 26: Skeeter Creek with Road Soda Pop

July 17 (postponed from 7/10): Hot Cousin with The Chris Butone Band and the Albany Rock Pit Showcase Band

July 24: Blues for Breakfast with Side B

August 7: Crash My Party (The Ultimate Luke Bryan Tribute Band) with Joe Adee & The Lug Nuts

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Sponsored by local businesses, the Powers Park series has served the concertgoers and the community for over twenty years. Since 2004, crowds have returned every Saturday evening to see the best in local entertainment on the Neil Kelleher Stage. Over the last two decades, the Powers Park series has become one of the city’s most anticipated events, bringing free music, food, and entertainment to the citizens of Troy. The park is located at 110th Street and Second Avenue in North Troy. Moreover, the full lineup of the series is below. Concerts are every Saturday, starting July 13 until August 24.

Powers Park Series Lineup

July 13: Brian Kane and The Beginning

July 20: Super 400

August 3: Triffid

August 10: Grit and Whiskey

August 17: Matt Mirabile Band

August 24: E-Block

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Finally, the Uncle Sam Jam is a one-time event at Powers Park. In collaboration with the Combat Vets Association, the Uncle Sam Jam is a celebration of veterans and those who have served in combat. The concert is chock full of free food and music from local vendors. Join the Joe Mele Project and the Pat Travers Band for a night of rock and roll, free for the entire family.

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