‘Rockin’ on the River,’ free summer music series at The Powerhouse

Photo Credit: The Powerhouse

Join us for “Rockin’ on the River,” a free music series on five Sundays throughout the Summer at The Powerhouse. This family friendly music series will feature local and regional bands, including Lavalanche, High Country Hustle, Elder Grown, Robert Kent Voss, and Red Light Cameras. Located outside on the Carver Family Plaza from 4 – 7 p.m., this summer series will host food trucks, local craft vendors, and The Powerhouse bar for drink purchases. 

“Live music is an important part of the Durango community, and we are excited to be able to support bands and vendors during this free summer series,” Powerhouse Executive Director Jeff Susor said. “As an organization we work to offer unique exhibit experiences throughout the year, and this series seemed like the perfect accompaniment to our newest traveling exhibit, Medieval to Metal, on display at The Powerhouse from May 1 through Labor Day weekend.” 

All events will be rain or shine, so please dress accordingly. For more information, please visit the event page at, Facebook page or by calling 970-259-9234. 

  • May 29: High Country Hustle 
  • July 3: Elder Grown 
  • Aug. 7: Robert Kent Voss 
  • Sept. 4: Red Light Cameras 

About The Powerhouse 

The Powerhouse is a non-profit, interactive science center for all ages. Located on the banks of the Animas River in an historical coal-fired steam power AC generating plant, The Powerhouse presents a wide variety of programs, exhibits and activities designed to spark curiosity, ignite imagination and power exploration. Visit us at 

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