AURORA – This summer, RiverEdge Park in Aurora will set the stage with a popular American pop-rock group from the ’90s.
Sugar Ray will perform July 6 at RiverEdge Park as part of the Under the Sun Tour, which also will feature rock band Blues Traveler and country-rock crooner Uncle Kracker, according to RiverEdge vice president of marketing Jim Jarvis, who confirmed the tour’s stop after the information was leaked by Sugar Ray.
With plans of making an official announcement for RiverEdge’s summer musical lineup in May, Jarvis stated in an email that Mark McGrath, lead singer of Sugar Ray, Tweeted that the Under the Sun Tour would be stopping at RiverEdge Park, and that the group was looking forward to playing at the venue.
Information about the tour stop also is published on Sugar Ray’s website.
“It’s going to be a fun afternoon and evening of music – cool way to spend some outdoor summer time,” Jarvis wrote in an email.
Jarvis said that there will be a couple of major concerts that will be a part of RiverEdge Park’s official event announcements May 1.
RiverEdge Park is located at 360 N. Broadway St. in Aurora.
For information about the park, visit riveredgeaurora.com.