From pop to jazz, check out Roswell’s free 2019 summer concert lineup

The city of Roswell's free 2019 summer concert series runs from May 4 until Oct. 5.

Credit: City of Roswell

Credit: City of Roswell

If you can’t beat the summer heat, at least you can enjoy it. That’s the theory behind Roswell’s free 2019 summer concert series lineup.

The city in north Fulton County has announced that its six concerts will be the first Saturday of each month starting on May 4 and ending Oct. 5. They will be held at Riverside Park, 575 Riverside Road.

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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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