Office of the Mayor



WOONSOCKET, R.I: Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt and the City of Woonsocket are pleased to announce the return of a decade old favorite "Classic Cars and LIVE Music Mondays" beginning Monday, June 13, 2022, from at 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. in Market Square located on South Main Street, Woonsocket, RI.

This years Classic Cars and live bands are scheduled for every second and fourth Monday during the months of June, July, August, and September. Live music will be performed and there will be a rotating selection of food trucks to tempt every palate. Enjoy some great food as you check out the classic cars, listen to talented musicians, meet old friends, and make a few new ones.

The bands scheduled to perform are:

June 13: The Jessie Liam Band

June 27: The Good Living Band

July 11: The Driftwoods, hailed as one of Rhode Island’s # 1 Oldies Band

July 25: The Strumdawgs

August 8: Dynamite Rhythm

August 22: Stone Cold Gypsies

September 12: All About Amy

September 26: Band TBA

Please note if the Classic Cars and Live Music is cancelled due to inclement weather, rain dates will take place the following Monday, except for July 4th. Cancellations will be posted on the Citys website and on the Parks & Recreations Facebook page.

"This popular summer event is fun and appropriate for all ages. We have strived to ensure there is something for everyone. We look forward to another successful summer tradition. So, bring your chairs and dancing shoes, and join us Monday nights this summer," exclaimed Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt.

The summer tradition of showcasing some of the most beautiful classic cars, vintage trucks and motorcycles became even more popular last year as local live bands and food trucks were added to the festivities. "We thoroughly enjoy creating a series of family-oriented events that make even the most mundane Monday feel less like a ‘typical Monday’ and more like an extension of the weekend," noted Liz Kerrigan, Parks & Recreation Superintendent and one of the 

co-organizers of the events. Kerrigan, along with Linda Plays, Director of Human Services, have planned another summer filled with live bands, food, and beautiful cars, and all are invited to join us!!

These events are free and open to the public. Parking is available at nearby municipal lots on Main Street, South Main Street and near River Island Art Park.