Rushville’s FREE Live by the Levee Bicentennial Concert series continues! With four successful concerts already having been completed, Riverside Park Amphitheater is excited to welcome the London Street Band to its stage. Head to Riverside Park (302 S. Riverside/120 W. Water Street Rushville, IN 46173) on Saturday, September 27th for a night of music and entertainment.
“Rushville’s free concert series is one of our pride and joys,” comments Joe Rathz, Heart of Rushville President. “What was once just a dream has become a source of entertainment for tens of thousands of people. Music truly is the heart of our community.”
The concert will be opened at 7 PM on Saturday, August 27th, by Tyler Hornback. The headliner, London Street Band (and Rushville’s own Jay Davis), will take stage at 8 PM. Food and other vendors will be present for the duration of the performance. Alcohol will be sold for $4 under the Beer Garden pavilion on the south side of Riverside Park. Free parking is available in the Amphitheater parking lot and the lots at the Shampoo Bowl, City Hall, and Advance Auto Parts.
Bidding on the VIP/Super Fan Couch goes until Thursday, August 25th via Riverside Park’s Facebook page at 6:00 p.m. The lucky bidder and their five friends will be front and center enjoying 2 large 2 topping pizza’s (Courtesy of Pizza King) or a sub sandwich platter (Courtesy of Quickpix/Downtown Shell). They will also get to choose a drink package (Courtesy of the Amphitheater) which consists of their choice between a pop package (soda of choice) or a beer package, consisting of 6 tickets for beer or wine from the beer garden (Must show ID)
The Live by the Levee Concert series is free to the public through the gracious funding of numerous corporate and individual donors. For more information on how to sponsors and/or get involved with the free Live by the Levee Concert series, head to www.rushvilleamphitheater.com. The final concert of the Bicentennial Concert Series will take place on September 17th featuring Tyler Booth, Molly Hatchet, and Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry.