THOMASTON — Thomaston Main Street’s Second Annual Music Behind the Block summer concert series kicks off Wednesday, Aug. 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Thomaston Municipal Building lawn on Valley Street. The rain location is Watts Hall, 174 Main St.

The series begins with the original Americana rock stylings of Troy Hudson & The High Road. The four-piece band formed in 2018 and quickly began working on material for a debut EP, “Atlantic Highway.” That album’s single, “Steady Decline,” received national radio airplay and helped build a loyal fan base. The group’s original music has been streamed more than one million times through multiple digital outlets. The High Road’s live shows are filled with high energy, big hooks, and a rawness that is undeniably their own.

Music is from 6 to 7:30 p.m., but come early to enjoy a game of cornhole thanks to Cornhole Connection and to grab a dish of Stone Fox Farm Creamery ice cream from Here, Hold My Cone.

Bring some chairs, grab some takeout or picnic fixins, and come out for a family-friendly night of fun, music and community.