The Downtown Henderson Project has unveiled the lineup for the 12th Annual DHP Concert Series. Taking place every Friday evening from June 22nd through July 27th (with the exception of July 6th) from 7-9pm on the Henderson riverfront, this year's series features a great mix of local and regional bands that offers a little something for everyone.

The series begins on Friday, June 22nd with a performance by Hi-Fi Cultivation, a six-piece band made up of local musicians that cover everyone from Aretha Franklin, Joss Stone, and Otis Redding to The Black Crowes and Adele.

For the more rock and country oriented crowd, Southern Indiana's own The Hiding takes the stage June 29th bringing a set list that covers everything from The Commodores to Miranda Lambert as well as Hank Williams Jr., Garth Brooks, Green Day, and Katy Perry.

The only non-Friday show takes place on July4th which falls on a Wednesday this year. The evening begins with a performance by Henderson County High School Band Director, Keith Vincent, a singer-songwriter whose music covers everything from country to rock to bluegrass. His performance will be followed by the annual fireworks display at 9pm.

July 13th finds Webster County natives, Green River Drifters on stage performing their own special mix of blues, country, and rock. A mix that has gained them a loyal following in the tri-state.

The Haire Family stops by on July 20th to perform their brand of Gospel inspired music that has garnered them national attention. Four of their songs have found their way onto the national Singing News Music chart, one of which, "Sheltered" reached number one in Power Source Magazine.

The DHP Concert Series concludes on July 27th with a performance by Sticks 'N' Stones. A four piece Rhythm & Blues band fronted by Grammy Award winner, Jeff "Stick" Davis, who describes their music as "Noir Blues" and covers a wide range of great blues artists such as Howlin' Wolf to Muddy Waters.

Each concert is free and open to the public and will take place at Audubon Mill Park on the Henderson riverfront.