The Alive on 25 summer street festival returns to downtown Riverhead Thursday evening with live music on eight stages, food, vendors and family fun.
The weather forecast looks OK so far, BID executive director Diane Tucci said Wednesday afternoon.
“We’ll stay on top of the forecast and if the chance of rain is more than 40 percent around mid-day Thursday, we’ll make the call to postpone,” Tucci said.
Check back tomorrow for additional information or visit the Alive on 25 event page on Facebook.
The rain date this season is Aug. 23.
The July 26 performance schedule:
Miles To Dayton at Cliff’s Rendezvous
Ninjas Need Money at Digger’s Ales N’ Eats
Where Stars Collide at One For The Road Event Services/ Seaside Grill
Beer T-Shirts and more at Long Ireland Beer Company
Jan Hanna Band at Tweeds
Paul Mahos at PeraBell Food Bar
Blue Moon Rising at Jamesport Farm Brewery (on the eastern end of Main Street)
On the Arts Stage, located on the grounds of East End Arts:
5:30 Mick Hargreaves
5:45 Stella Kamakaris
6:00 Chelsea Takami
6:45 Susan Dingle
7:00 Hank Stone Band
7:45 Nina Yavel
8:00 Foster Europe
The Alive on 25 street festival runs from 5 to 9:30 p.m.
Main Street will be closed to traffic between Griffing and Union avenues beginning at 3:30 p.m. Parking will prohibited on Main Street as of 2 p.m.
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