Two changes to the free Harrison summer concert series are confirmed.
Tamarack Ridge is now confirmed to play July 13, according to organizer Teri Riberich, and Ray Roberson will return to fill in for Bill Bozly July 27, due to a schedule conflict.
The concert series kicked off May 25, with Americana blues act Ray Roberson.
“Each week there is a different genre and various artists. People can bring picnic baskets or grab something from the local businesses,” series organizer Teri Riberich said. “The music will go every Saturday until Labor Day weekend and it’s all sponsored by the chamber of commerce.”
Concert attendees may want to bring a blanket or a chair and a cold drink.
“In Harrison we don’t have an open container law so people are allowed to have beer or wine at the event,” Ms. Riberich said. “It’s kind of like an open house where people are coming and going all day long… it’s always an excellent turn out with people really enjoying that music.”
Concerts are from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday until August 31.
With two shows down, the remaining line-up includes Americana, folk, country, jazz and bluegrass music and contemporary pop and classic covers.
Attendees of the June 1, concert experienced a blend of Americana, country and southern rock as performed by Gil Revas.
There are thirteen concerts remaining in the free summer series held in the Harrison City Park.