Reisterstown's 'Music on Main' Summer Concert Series Bounces Back, Set To Rock Every Friday Night

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Concert goers enjoy a performance during the 2022 Music on Main season. (Credit: Reisterstown Improvement Association)

REISTERSTOWN - The beloved "Music on Main" summer concert series is returning to Reisterstown's Main Street this Friday, June 30, following a weather-induced cancelation last week. Hosted by the Reisterstown Improvement Association (RIA), the event promises free, family-friendly fun and entertainment every Friday night until August 25.

This much-anticipated series has gained fame for attracting globally recognized musicians who eagerly return each year to perform. As a result, it draws tens of thousands of residents from Reisterstown and beyond, ensuring no shortage of Friday night plans for music enthusiasts throughout the summer.

Inclement weather forced the cancellation of this year's first performance by Sagamore Band on June 23, marking this Friday as Music on Main's 2023 debut.

This season's new inaugural performance will be by the dynamic band Crush, known for its unique blend of 80s party rock and contemporary music. The band's standout feature is its trio of lead singers – a bass, an alto, and a mezzo-soprano – whose harmonies lend a distinctive sound to the group's wide-ranging repertoire, spanning hits from Journey and Heart to Carrie Underwood, Gwen Stefani, and The Pretenders. Fans can look forward to a high-energy performance from Crush, set to light up the stage outside Franklin Middle School from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.

The concert-goers will be treated to top-notch music and delicious food, served by Koopers Chowhound Burger Wagon, and exciting raffle giveaways.

The full summer lineup features an eclectic mix of bands, including The Magical Mystery Girls on July 7, Bootleg Bad on July 14, Don't Stop on July 21, and Midnite Run closing out the month on July 28. August will see performances from The Switch, Sons of Pirates, Code Red, and finally, New Romance to wrap up the series on August 25.

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