Beer, wine, and sangria will be available for purchase at each concert. The city said Bruster’s Ice Cream will also be available at each show along with date-specific food options listed further below.
As for the tunes, the Aug. 3 show will feature Athens-born Family & Friends, which Roswell described like so: “The band’s infectious, dynamic anthems are intoxicating in a live setting, with epic builds that crash over the roar of two dueling drummers.”
Folks selling food will start at 6 p.m., and the music runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Check out the full line-up of bands and food:
May 4 – Seth Walker, country and soul (Tacos & Tequilas food truck; Spice Right BBQ; snow cones
June 1 – Stephane Wrembel, jazz in the style of guitar great Django Reinhardt (Ceviche Taqueria; Spiced Right BBQ; snow cones)
July 6 – Moves, rock, pop and soul (Ceviche Taqueria; Spiced Right BBQ; snow cones)
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Aug. 3 – Family & Friends, folk rock (Ceviche Taqueria; Spiced Right BBQ)
Sept. 7 – Birdtalker, "indie rock and acoustic folk" (Ceviche Taqueria; Spiced Right BBQ)
Oct. 5 – Front Country, "roots pop" (Ceviche Taqueria; Spiced Right BBQ)
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