WOODSTOCK, Ga. — Musician Rick Springfield is coming to Woodstock for a free concert.
Springfield and his band will perform on Saturday, June 10 as a part of the Woodstock Summer Concert Series.
Springfield is best known for songs like “Jessie’s Girl”, “I’ve Done Everything For You”, “Don’t Talk To Strangers”, and “Human Touch”.
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Supporting act Rosey will open the show at 7:30 p.m.
The free show will happen at the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater in downtown Woodstock, located at 101 Arnold Mill Road.
The concert series will also feature Uptown Funk, a tribute to Bruno Mars, on July 8; Completely Unchained, a tribute to Van Halen, on August 12; and Georgia band Drivin N Cryin on September 9.
You can find information on parking, transportation, and frequently asked questions at https://www.woodstockconcertseries.com/.
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