Rockin’ Robinson returns to the Milk District after a 2-year hiatus

ORLANDO, Fla. — Rockin’ Robinson is back and ready to rock the Milk District this weekend with a lineup of local bands, vendors and more.

The fourth annual block party concert is returning to Orlando after more than a two-year hiatus.


Rockin’ Robinson was last hosted in Feb. 2020, one of the last big local events to take place before COVID-related lockdowns began.

This year’s festival will feature two outdoor stages, artisan vendors, food trucks, live art and more – all for no admission fee.

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The event will take place May 7 from 4-10 p.m. on Robinson Street between North Bumby Avenue and North Graham Avenue.

Artists performing at Rockin’ Robinson’s indoor and outdoor stages this year include Future Joy, Oklahoma Stackhouse, Leisure Chief, Oak Hill Drifters, Blue Streak Mamas, Every Which Way, Krendon, Cat Ridgeway and the Tourists.

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All ages are welcome to celebrate the return of Rockin’ Robinson.

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