Security Ramped Up for Amp Concerts

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Security will be increased at this summer's River Rock at the Amp concert series in Warren, which kicks off Saturday.

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A summer concert tradition kicks off Saturday in Warren, but there are changes concertgoers need to know about before they head to River Rock at the Amp.

Like most places and events across the country, increased security is coming to the River Rock concert series.  Concertgoers will not be allowed to bring backpacks or duffel bags inside the Warren Community Amphitheatre. Diaper bags for kids and medical bags for those people who may suffer from diabetes or other conditions are still allowed.

“Just for security reasons, we are going to do that  so we are telling people now so they don’t bring things with them  and then of course tell them they can’t and they have to go back to their cars.  We just want to inform people before they come out tomorrow night,” said Sunrise Inn owner Ken Haidaris.

Zoso, a Led Zepplin tribute band, along with Gary Markasky of Youngstown, who was a guitarist for Michael Stanley, kicks off the concert series at the amphitheatre on Saturday. Gates open at 5 p.m. and tickets are $7.

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