Rushville Republican

July 23, 2013

The Echo's in concert Saturday

Hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s


Rushville Republican

---- — There will be something for everyone Saturday, July 27, when The Echo’s come to Rushville’s Riverside Park Amphitheater performing hits from the 50s, 60s and early 70s. You’ll hear tunes from Elvis, The Everly Brothers, Motown, country, rock & roll and more! The community is invited to come out and enjoy this free concert. The opener, Band X, will take the stage at 7 p.m. with the Echo’s starting at 8 p.m.

Riverside Park Amphitheater is an outdoor music venue located at 100 West Water Street in Rushville. The venue is a great concert destination annually hosting live music events and creating a great family-friendly environment with all performances taking place on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase. There is a beer garden on-site for adults over 21 years of age; however, no alcohol is to be brought into the park and all coolers are checked upon entry.

Parking is conveniently available in gravel lots or in surrounding business lots with easy shuttle service to and from the amphitheater. Special handicap parking is also available.

Looking ahead to the remainder of the season in August, WFMS 95.5 welcomes Levi Riggs Aug. 10. This Danville native has performed all over the world and has opened for country stars such as The Band Perry, Easton Corbin, Colt Ford, Justin Moore and Brett Eldredge.

Who’s Bad (The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band) will be Aug. 24. This live performance is an unrivaled celebration of pop music’s king. Their power-packed performance has ignited crowds on every continent and can only be described as a jaw-dropping, musical must-see.

In September, Riverside Park Amphitheater welcomes Pink Droyd (A Tribute to Pink Floyd) as they bring to life the music of Pink Floyd Saturday, Sept. 21 with classic hits like “Money,” “Another Brick in the Wall (part II)” and “Wish You Were Here.”

For more information visit www.rushvilleamphitheater.com.