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Harbor Jam canceled due to COVID-19

Harbor Jam canceled due to COVID-19

Harbor Jam canceled due to COVID-19
The 2019 Harbor Jam Free Summer Concert Series at the Amphitheatre Saturday, July 6, 2019.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber/Staff Photographer

Harbor Jam, Rivers Casino & Resort’s popular summer concert series, has been canceled due to COVID-19.

The casino has also canceled its 4th of July festivities. 

“The health and well-being of our guests and team members is our highest priority. With that in mind, it will not be possible to hold our Harbor Jam concert series and 4th of July celebration this year,” said Justin Moore, the general manager of Rivers Casino & Resort. 

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“We are grateful for all the community support and are confident that we will continue to be able to provide the best in gaming and entertainment in the Capital Region when we are able to reopen.”  

Harbor Jam began in 2018, featuring weekly concerts at the Mohawk Harbor Amphitheater. The free concert series previously presented bands like The Lords of 52nd Street, The Georgia Satellites, John Waite and CSN Songs.

Rivers Casino remains temporarily closed and according to a release is developing a reopening plan addressing crowd management, cleanliness and social distancing. 

For more info visit riverscasinoandresort.com

 

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