For the fourth year in a row, Trenton will be the recipient of a 25 thousand dollar grant to produce its summer music series.

Photo Credit: Katie Donahue

Mill Hill Park is set to be the venue for a series of free concerts this summer, with the selection of Trenton as one of fifteen recipients of the Levitt AMP Your City grant.

Presented by the Trenton Downtown Association, the concert series aims to spur neighborhood participation and give residents a place to connect through free, live music.

“The concert makes the community come to life because there’s bands, there’s people from all around the city just enjoying music in a peaceful, calm environment,”¬†Passage Theater Managing Director Damion Parran said.

With the first act taking the stage on June 28th, locals are getting excited about the upcoming shows.

“I’m really excited to see the Trenton High School Orchestra open up for the Philharmonic,” said local resident Danielle¬†“I think that’s going to be a great opportunity for the students and a really great opportunity for us to see professionals.”

The concerts are slated to take place in Mill Hill Park — in Historic Trenton — every Thursday from June 28 through August 30 from 5 to 8 pm.

This events are free to the public.

WBCB’s Brianna Williams and Katie Donahue contributed to this report.