It was the mid 80's and you couldn't turn on radio without hearing songs from the band Scandal. Songs like 'Goodbye to You' and 'The Warrior' were a staple in the early days of MTV with Patty Smyth dancing in a red dress. Tonight Q103 is sponsoring Patty Smyth & Scandal performing a free show for Alive @5 at Albany's Riverfront Park in downtown Albany. Opening local band Sirsy takes the stage first at 5pm.

Tonight will be a hot, sticky and muggy night at Alive@5, it's also a great night for a little bit of nostalgia as Patty Smyth & Scandal will be rocking the Corning Preserve.

Patty Smyth who is married to tennis star John McEnroe, was a rock icon in the early 80's then went solo in 1987. Her biggest song was with Don Henley called 'Sometimes Love Just Aint Good Enough' In 2004, Scandal appeared on VH1's Bands Reunited and since then have been touring. Along with Patty are two original members Keith Mack (guitarist) and Benjy King (keyboardist).

Don't expect all old music from Scandal and her solo career tonight, expect to hear some new music as well. Overall tonight should be a fun Alive@5!

Tonight will be hot, make sure to have your sunscreen and be aware of the following ground rules.

Parking: Broadway parking lots and garages -

Handicapped parking: Corning Preserve parking lot, Columbia Street Garage

NO glass containers of any kind

NO alcoholic beverages

NO coolers, backpacks, bags, containers, packages, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks.

NO animals or pets (Excludes ADA-defined service animals)

Security personnel reserve the right to inspect any bag, container or package and confiscate any prohibited or illegal items.

Any type of recording of the performance or presentation is prohibited without prior written consent.

All attendees should be prepared to present age identification at any time if they intend to consume alcohol.

Ground rules are subject to change without notice. Exceptions made for medical or child-care reasons may be addressed individually.