Elkton was supposed to be rocking last week with dogs and The Witchdoctors.
But the first Thursday concert in the Music on Main series, which was combined with Elkton's first ever pet friendly downtown event, was called off due to heat. Dog's Day of Summer, a pet friendly event, and celebration of all things canine, has been rescheduled for August 10.
But the music will go on.
The 2017 Music on Main concert series will be held at North and Main streets on the lawn at the Elkton Chamber/Alliance. Those who attend are asked to bring blankets or chairs for sitting. All shows run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Funkfest Band, featuring funk/soul, performs July 20.
The Downtown Car Show with music is set for July 27 from 5-8 p.m. There will be trophies, 50/50 raffles, door prizes, dash plaques, food vendors and live entertainment. Registration is free for vehicle owners. All years, makes, and models are welcome. Music will be rock/oldies/blues with Plan B.
Wright's AME will perform gospel for the August 3 Music on Main. Susquehanna Floods will play rock/folk/blues at the August 10. Take 2 will perform classic rock/country on August 17. The Sensations perform Doo Wop during the August 24 car show. Danielle and Jimmy perform Top 40 hits on August 31. Pearl Street plays jazz/instrumental on September 7. Music will be rock/oldies/blues with Plan B on September 14.
First Friday concerts will be held in the same location. August 4 will feature Bill Clery and Tom Hadfield with country/rock. September 1 will be the Balbagne Brothers with bluegrass/folk. Camron Robertson will perform classic standards October 6.