PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union and Live 95.9 WBEC FM will host their "Live on the Lake" community concert series for the 16th consecutive season on Wednesday evenings from July 5 through Aug. 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Burbank Park on Onota Lake in Pittsfield.
License to Groove opens this year’s concert series on July 5. Whiskey City follows on July 12, with The Bomb on July 19 and Shyne on July 16 rounding out July. In August, On Tap will perform Aug. 2, Wildcare on Aug. 9, Legal Tender on Aug. 16 and Hotshot Hillbillys on Aug. 23.
"Live on the Lake concerts are a Berkshire summer tradition and Greylock, in partnership with Live 95.9 WBEC FM, is proud to once again support this weekly event that thousands of people have enjoyed over the last 16 years," Greylock’s Meghan McGrath, community support specialist, said.
Peter Barry, vice president/market manager of Gamma Broadcasting's Berkshire stations, said said the series is "a super place to hear great bands.
"The beautiful backdrop of Onota Lake makes it even more special. We look forward to another great season," he said.
A shuttle bus will be available to transport people from the parking lot at Taconic High School. The Pittsfield Police Department would like to remind those who attend that alcohol is not permitted at Burbank Park during these concerts and no parking is allowed on Lakeway Drive Extension (located off Pecks Road). The Pittsfield Police Department will be on patrol during these shows and parking violations will be cited.
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