ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Alive at Five concert series will kick off its 27th season on Thursday.
This year’s concerts will be on Broadway at Tricentennial Park in downtown Albany. That’s because the corning riverfront park is currently in the middle of a $5 million construction project.
Thursday night’s concert will feature Grammy-winning New Orleans legend “Dr. John the Nite Trippers”, as well as local funk favorites Jocamo. And there are some road closures and parking restrictions to keep in mind as the alive at five season begins.
If you’re planning on going to one of these concerts and want to park nearby, there is a $5 charge to park at the Quackenbush square garage. CDTA will also provide free event day bus passes for each Alive at Five concerts to people living in Albany.
Broadway from Columbia to Steuben – 9 am to midnight
Broadway from Steuben to Pine – 12 pm to midnight
James Street to from Columbia to Pine – 12 pm to midnight
Steuben Street from James to Broadway – 12 pm to midnight
Broadway from Columbia to Pine – 6 am to midnight
Steuben Street from James to Broadway – 6 am to midnight
James Street from Columbia to Pine – 11 am to midnight