Foundry Row to Host “Twilight Thursdays on the Row” Free Summer Concert Series
Owings Mills, Md. (June 1, 2017) — Foundry Row has unveiled the schedule for its first annual “Twilight Thursdays On the Row” free concert series, which is open to the public. The outdoor, summer-long series will run every Thursday from June 1 to August 24 and will feature popular musicians performing a wide range of genres. Each concert starts at 6:30 p.m., at the corner of Reisterstown Rd. and Painters Mill Rd. The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce will also be sponsoring an onsite garden station, where beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs and blankets and to grab dinner at one of Foundry Row’s several eateries.
WHAT: “Twilight Thursdays On the Row” Free Summer Concert Series
WHEN: Every Thursday, June 1 – August 24, 2017; 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
6/1: The Reagan Years – One of the East Coast’s premier 80’s tribute bands.
6/8: Community Groove – Infectious, funky groove music.
6/15: Totally Confused – Danceable tunes including classic rock, blues, Motown & swing.
6/22: Downtown – 60’s soul standards and classic R&B.
6/29: Speakers of the House – Old school funk, boogaloo and rock, played by a mash-up of the All Mighty Senators and the Junkyard Saints.
7/6: Moonshine Society – Acclaimed roots rock, blues and old school R&B.
7/13: The Kelly Bell Band – An electrifying combo of hip-hop, funk and blues. Voted “best band” in the Mid-Atlantic.
7/20: Bootleg – A blend of energizing classic rock and the blues that’s delighted audiences for more than 25 years.
7/27: Mister Wilson – Your favorite classic rock tunes from the 60’s to the present.
8/3: The Eric Scott Band – A unique, soulful voice performing a blend of pop, soul and funk.
8/10: The Dixon Ulmer Band – A high energy, party rock that will keep you dancing.
8/17: Patrick Alban and Noche Latina – A combination of Latin and classic rock, with a touch of salsa and a South Beach feel.
8/24: The Crawdaddies – Louisianan Cajun, zydeco and the blues, with a dash of roots rock, Americana and ska.