ALBANY — The city announced several acts for Alive at Five, the summer music series marking its 30th anniversary.
June 6: Donna Missal appeared as a featured artist on Macklemores Gemini, wrote songs for the Netflix original series “The Get Down” and played at a pair of sold-out K.Flay shows. Opening acts are Lauren Ruth Ward and LPX.
June 13: Rapper, songwriter and singer Travie McCoy is a founding member and front man for Gym Class Heroes. Opening is Albany-based Stellar Young,.
[email protected] kicks off with Shaggy and closes with T-Pain and also stars 98 Degrees, POP 2000 Tour Hosted by Lance Bass of NSYNC and Travie McCoy.
Wednesday Nite Live shows begin at 6:30 p.m. The five concerts start on July 10 and end Aug. 7. All ages will be admitted to Wednesday Nite Live, which have a $20 entrance fee; 12 and under are free with a paid adult.
For more information and a complete list of rules and restricted items, visit stamford-downtown.com/events.