Music series

Photos: The annual musical series are back live and in person along the Kennebec River

Hallowell’s Rock On The River shows take place every Tuesday through August from 7-8:30 p.m. at Warren Heald’s Bandstand at the corner of Water and Winthrop streets. Click here for the program.

Augusta Parks & Recreation along with radio stations 92 Moose and B98.5 sponsor the SummerFun Concert Series which runs Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. in Mill Park. The free concert series will run from June through Wednesday August 3 and culminate in an end-of-summer party on August 10 with children’s activities and bouncy houses. Click here for the program.

This year, Johnson Hall’s free waterfront concert series at Gardiner’s Waterfront Park will host a different live band every Friday from 6-7:30 p.m. through the end of August. Click here for the program.

Photos by Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Smoked Salmon guitarist John Smith performs during a Rock on The River concert Tuesday June 28 at the Warren Heald Bandstand in Hallowell. The city’s annual concert series features a different band at the corner of Water and Winthrop streets every Tuesday through the end of August. The shows take place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Christina Smith dances to music from the Rob Burnell Band during the Summer Fun Concert Series on Wednesday, June 29 at Augusta’s Mill Park.

Rob Burnell, left, and Rhys Simpson play guitar during the Rob Burnell Band’s performance in the Summer Fun concert series Wednesday, June 29, at Augusta’s Mill Park.

The Rob Burnell Bands perform during the Summer Fun Concert Series on Wednesday, June 29 at Augusta’s Mill Park. Augusta Parks & Recreation, along with radio stations 92 Moose and B98.5, sponsor the SummerFun concert series. There will be two food trucks as well as an artisan beer garden and cornhole area powered by Lilac Catering & Mixology. The free concert series will run from June through Wednesday August 3 and culminate in an end-of-summer party on August 10 with activities for kids, bouncy houses, food trucks and a DJ.

Unfinished Blues Band drummer Dean Clegg strikes a cymbal Friday, July 1, during Johnson Hall’s free waterfront concert series in Gardiner’s waterfront park. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Phil DeSoto, left, and RayeAnne DeSoto are part of the Gardiner Rotary team selling food on Friday, July 1, ahead of Johnson Hall’s free waterfront concert series in Gardiner’s waterfront park.

The Unfinished Blues Band performs Friday, July 1 at Johnson Hall’s Free Waterfront Concert Series in Gardiner’s Waterfront Park.

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