presented by the Downtown Troy BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
ROCKIN' ON THE RIVER is a free, 9-week outdoor summer concert series --
A great reason for live music fans to shop, dine and explore Downtown Troy on a Wednesday night!
2018 LINEUP ANNOUNCED
JUNE 6 THROUGH AUGUST 8
A free, 9-week outdoor summer concert series held on Wednesday nights between June and August in Riverfront Park. The series gives music fans a wonderful excuse to stay out and about on a Wednesday night in Downtown Troy, attracting 5,000 to 8,000 guests per night.
*Not Including Wednesday, July 4
2018 OFFICIAL LINEUP ANNOUNCED
Wednesday, June 6 :: Moriah Formica w/ special guest Margo Macero
Wednesday, June 20 :: Super Doppler w/ special guest Wurliday
Wednesday, June 27 :: Blues For Breakfast
Wednesday, July 11 :: Meklit w/ special guest Ade Knowles & Ensemble Congeros
Wednesday, July 18 :: . Gabriel Sanchez Presents The Prince Experience w/ special guest The Age (Adrian Lewis )
Wednesday, August 1 :: Rubblebucket w/ special guest And The Kids & Onlyness
Wednesday, August 8 :: The Mallett Brothers Band w/ special guest The North & South Dakotas
Please note that the Almost Queen concert has not yet been rescheduled. We will continue to try to find a date that works for the band but do not have anything set at this time.
Want to party like rockstars while promoting your business? Reserve your own VIP tent today!
The BID invites businesses and private parties to host their own Rockin on the River VIP Tent. Your decorated 10 x 10 tent sits directly between the stage and the river with equally awesome views of everything, with a buffer from the crowd. It's furnished with comfortable seating, swag bags filled with goodies, and complimentary soft drinks, beers and wines. Call for more info: 518 279-7997
We are excited to work with County Waste & Recycling and Foodscraps 360 offering recycling and composting at all of our feature events!!
Reduce Waste | By composting, the average person can keep 230 lbs of food scraps out of the local landfill each year!
Curb Emissions | Reducing food scraps in our landfills means reducing climate changing gas emissions, such as CO2 and methane.
Replenish the Soil | Composted food scraps create a rich diet of microbes and nutrients for the soil, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers. Kind of like a probiotic for dirt.
Healthy soils grows healthy food and plants.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
Parking in the Central Business District is limited to two (2) hours from 9:00am-5:00pm and four (4) hours in the areas designated by metered pay stations. There are also approximately 1,000 parking spots in the City’s 7 parking garages located on Fifth Avenue & Broadway, First Street next to the YWCA, Congress Street & Fifth Avenue, Front Street behind The Arts Center, State & River Streets, and River Street next to the Green Island Bridge. Parking is free on nights and weekends in City of Troy parking garages and lots. A map of the available parking locations can be found here.
Why not ride the bus? Plan your trip HERE with CDTA.
Absolutely NO alcoholic beverages, coolers, backpacks, bags, containers, packages, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks, glass containers of any kind; animals or pets* allowed at 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 BID-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.