On The Roof Concert Series Announced For 2021

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The concert series takes place on the Rooftop Art Deck in downtown Evansville.

Posted: Apr 13, 2021 12:12 PM
Updated: Apr 13, 2021 1:36 PM

A concert series will return in 2021 to downtown Evansville.

The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana has announced its 2021 dates for "On The Roof" concert series.

The concerts will take place at the Rooftop Art Deck, which is the open-air extension of the Bower Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery that overlooks downtown Main Street.

The series is set to start on May 22nd with Kings Highway performing.

Among the 12 dates announced include the Nero Angelo Hip-Hop Series, which starts on June 18th.

Other bands to perform include Corduroy Orbison / Hannah Eveyln Trio, Ley Line, Sunny War, and Brick Briscoe & The Skinny, among other performers.

More dates and bands are expected to be announced closer to the summer.

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