NORTH TONAWANDA, NY-The lineup is out for one of WNY's few remaining free concert series, the "Cornerstone's Niagara River Rocks" at Gratwick Riverside Park in North Tonawanda.
Mayor Robert Ortt and representatives from the Cornerstone Community Federal Credit Union announced Primus, The Tea Party and Rusted Root will be the featured bands this summer.
The concerts themselves are free, however, there will be a $5 charge for parking. No food, backpacks or coolers will be allowed at the park. Food and drinks will be available for purchase if desired.
"When I took office, I pledged to work to bring back major bands and musical acts to North Tonawanda," said Mayor Ortt. "Last year's show was such a huge success and we expect these three shows to bring thousands of concert goers to one of the most beautiful venues along the Niagara River, Gratwick Riverside Park."