LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - Another summer of music by the river is kicking off soon in La Crosse.
Moon Tunes starts its 6th year at Riverside Park Thursday night.
Every Thursday through the end of August, the park will host a variety of musical acts for a free concert.
New this year will be bike valet parking, allowing more people to ride down to the park and have someone keep an eye on their bike during the show.
After four concerts were rained out last season, organizers say they also have plans in place to make sure the show will eventually go on.
"This year, the Plan B is if we'd have a rain date on a Thursday night, the show would get rained out, (and) the park department has allowed us to come back in here five days later, we rebook the show on Tuesday night, so we don't lose that momentum," said TJ Peterslie.
The concerts are scheduled to run from 5:30 to 8 every Thursday.
You can find this summer's lineup online at www.moontuneslacrosse.com.
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