Local bands The Horse Traders, Ona featured Friday at Live on the Levee

Music fans flock to Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston in this file photo. Moses Auto Group Live on the Levee returns Friday with local bands The Horse Traders and Ona. (WCHS/WVAH)

Moses Auto Group Live on the Levee rocks on Friday with two Cabell County bands that know how to ramp it up when they perform.

The Horse Traders will get things started about 6:30 p.m. as the opening act on the Schoenbaum Stage at Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston. Based in Huntington, the band plays Americana, rock, alternative country, roots and soul music.

Rock ‘n roll band Ona is the headliner and is scheduled to begin its performance about 7:45 p.m.

WCHS-TV is the exclusive media partner of Live on the Levee that features free summer concerts every Friday evening through Labor Day.

Live on the Levee supports five local charities with a strong emphasis on homelessness. This year's nonprofit partners are Roark Sullivan Lifeway Center, YWCA's Sojourners shelter, Covenant House, Samaritan Inn and Manna Meal.

Below is the remainder of the schedule:

July 29 - Hurl Brickbat

A Story Told

Aug 5 - Stratus



Aug. 12 - Shane Runion Band

Joseph Sisters

Aug. 19 - Three Men and a Baby

Beatlemania Magic

(SportsFest/WV Games)

Aug. 26 - Relative Obscurity

Toothless Ruth

Sept. 2 - Diablo Blues

CJ Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band


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