Tranzfusion to star at Friday Night Live Concert Series in Downtown Salisbury

Salisbury Independent
Posted 8/31/22

Friday Night Live Concert Series at Downtown Salisbury’s Riverwalk Amphitheater continues this Friday with Tranzfusion.

Tranzfusion is a well-known classic rock band from Salisbury, well …

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Tranzfusion to star at Friday Night Live Concert Series in Downtown Salisbury

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Friday Night Live Concert Series at Downtown Salisbury’s Riverwalk Amphitheater continues this Friday with Tranzfusion.

Tranzfusion is a well-known classic rock band from Salisbury, well into their third decade playing shows all over the area -- from across the Bay Bridge, to their favorite little summer beach bars in Ocean City and everywhere in between.  Tranzfusion is best known for their stellar sound and tight, high-energy renditions of classics by bands like the Rolling Stones, The Doors, The Beales, Santana, The Who, Tom Petty and many more.

It’s hard to sit still during a Tranzfusion show, dance shoes are recommended.

The concert will be held at Salisbury’s Riverwalk Amphitheater from 5 to 8 p.m. and is free to attend – just bring your own lawn chair.  Local food trucks will be on site offering both sweet and savory snacks, or carry-out from one of Downtown Salisbury’s fabulous restaurants.  Beer and wine will be available for sale.

Parking is available in the Downtown Salisbury parking garage or in the City of Salisbury Parking lots located just north of the river, all free after 5 p.m. on Fridays.  

The concert series is sponsored by Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District, the city of Salisbury and the Maryland State Arts Council.

For more information visit salisburyartsdistrict.com/fridaynightlive

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