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2013 Provo Rooftop Concert Series Announced

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On the first Friday of each month May through October, crowds full of professionals, kids and BYU students gather to enjoy a night of stars and song, provided by The Provo Rooftop Concert Series.---

Founded in 2010 and run by small committee, the Rooftop Concert Series came to life with the goal of revitalizing downtown Provo and creating a sense of artistic identity. The result? A musical event that can boast having over 2,500 concert-goers, an impressive lineup of talent, such as Imagine Dragons and The Moth & the Flame, cross-promotion with downtown businesses and strong community support.

Held on top of the Central Bank parking terrace, the free concerts (yes, free) take fresh musical talent from both the local and international scenes and give them the opportunity to perform for a large audience. Before the concerts, event-goers can enjoy a variety of community events from walking to various galleries during the Art Stroll or dining out at one of Provo’s many unique restaurants. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the opening band taking stage at 7:30 p.m.

Here's the 2013 lineup:

May 3:
Desert Noises
The Blue Aces
Caleb Darger

June 7:
Joshua James
Polytype
Jay William Henderson

July 5:
Get Off My Cloud: The Songs of the Rolling Stones
The National Parks

August 2:
Mindy Gledhill
Mideau
Scott Shepard

September 6:
Ryan Innes
The New Electric Sound

October 4:
The Lower Lights
Parlor Hawk

Photo taken from the Concert Series facebook page: here

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