Three nights left in Bristol Fourth concert series

Posted 6/29/22

There are three nights left in the Bristol Fourth of July Concert Series, which ends Saturday, July 2. Taking the stage will be a beloved local rock band that's been taking stages for decades, a …

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Three nights left in Bristol Fourth concert series

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There are three nights left in the Bristol Fourth of July Concert Series, which ends Saturday, July 2. Taking the stage will be a beloved local rock band that's been taking stages for decades, a high-energy, pop cover band out of New Bedford making its Bristol Fourth debut, an ’80s rock ’n roll tribute band, a hugely popular Aquidneck Island-based cover band, and the always popular Dave Matthews cover band.

Following is the lineup for the next three nights at the venue beside Independence Park in Bristol.

• Thursday, June 30:  Steve Smith & The Nakeds plays at 7 p.m. The rhythm & blues powerhouse was recently inducted into the R.I. Music Hall of Fame.

• Friday, July 1: Redhanded Band, a New Bedford-based band, with hits from all generations, is at 6:30 p.m. And, Back in the Day Band, an international touring rock ’n roll ’80s tribute band originating in Boston, plays at 7:45 p.m.

• Saturday, July 2: Bar Fly, a cover band from Aquidneck Island that concentrates on contemporary rock artists such as The Killers, The Goo Goo dolls, Collective Soul and The Black Keys, as well as timeless rock classics like Queen, Tom Petty, U2 and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, is at 6:30 p.m. Then, The DMB Project, a six-piece Dave Matthews Band tribute, closes out the series at 7:45 p.m.

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