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River Rock at the Amp announces summer lineup

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River Rock at the Amp has announced their concerts for the summer.

All of the concerts are on Saturdays.

2019 is the 10th anniversary of River Rock and will feature 12 different shows.

The Amp is located in downtown Warren and overlooks the Mahoning River.

Gates open for all concerts at 5 pm with opening bands on stage between 5 and 5:30 pm. Headliners are expected to take the stage at around 8:30 pm.

Admission for the concerts is between $5 and $10.

The following concerts are scheduled for the 2019 summer:

May 25 - Faux Fighters (Foo Fighters tribute) with Dirty Deeds (AC/DC tribute)

June 1 - Hollywood Nights (Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band tribute) with ReBeats (The Beatles and The Who tribute)

June 15 - 7 Bridges (Eagles tribute) with Chris Higbee (Our Fiddler on the Roof)

June 22 - Disco Inferno (Disco & Dance tribute band) with Old Skool (hits from '80s, '90s and today)

July 6 - Queen Nation (Queen tribute) with Michael Weber Show (rock group from Akron)

July 13 - Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars tribute) with Guys without Ties (Horn drenched Rock and Soul)

July 20 - Zoso (Led Zepplin tribute) with Huckin Fillbillys and Save The Frogs

July 27 - Fins to the Left (Jimmy Buffett tribute) with My Drunk'n Uncle (Rock n Roll)

August 3 - Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd tribute) with Morrison Hotel (The Doors tribute)

August 17 - Escape (Journey tribute) with Harvest (Neil Young tribute)

August 24 - King's Highway (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers tribute) with Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh tribute)

August 31 - Who's Bad (Michael Jackson tribute) with Back Traxx (hits from the '60s and '70s)

Free parking is available near the Amp.

For security purposes, chair bags, backpacks, duffel bags, tote bags, oversized purses, coolers, and carry-in food and beverages are not permitted.

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