Childhood and Huck rocks Marlborough Summer Concert Series


Childhood and Huck rocks Marlborough Summer Concert Series
Greg Passler of the band Childhood and Huck plays during the Marlborough Summer Concert Series performance at Union Common in Marlborough on Thursday. (Photo/Dan Holmes)

MARLBOROUGH – Fears of stormy weather didn’t come to fruition on Thursday night, allowing Marlborough to move forward with another week of summer concert programming on the city’s Union Common.

Headlined by pop/rock band Childhood and Huck, the night also featured pop up beer service by Flying Dreams Brewery.

The show is part of the city’s ongoing Summer Concert Series.

Kicking off roughly a month ago on June 16, the series is featuring ten bands performing across nine weeks through Aug. 11.

The series has been an annual attraction in downtown Marlborough. It has also added new highlights this summer, though, including a rotating schedule of vendors, including Tackle Box Brewing, Flying Dreams Brewing Company and Lost Shoe Brewing Company.

The concert area is additionally being accented by new tables, benches and string lighting.

Remaining summer concerts include:

  • July 21 – True North – 1970s and 1980s rock-n-roll – (Lost Shoe Brewing)
  • July 28 – Three of a Kind Band – Classic rock and oldies – (Tackle Box Brewing)
  • August 4 – Rico barr Band – Pop music through the decades – (Flying Dreams Brewing)
  • August 11 – The Reminisants – Oldies/rock-n-roll. – (Lost Shoe Brewing)

All performances start at 7 p.m. at the Union Common.


Marlborough announces programming for free Summer Concert series