HARLINGEN — Grab your lawn chairs and maybe a couple of blankets, it’s time for Blues on the Hill.

The final concert of the year for the Blues on Hills series is slated for tomorrow night and will feature a different type of music.

According to director Casandra Cuellar, Blues on the Hill typically has a headliner that fits within the blues genre.

This time will be different.

“We’re having different kinds of music this time around to bring in more people,” Cuellar said.

Both artists set to play during the event hosted by the Harlingen Convention and Visitors Bureau are from Austin.

The annual concert series will feature country music from the Bart Crow Band and Del Castillo, which has been described as Latin rock.

The series that began in 2000, hosts four concerts annually, three during the summer months and one that was added in November due to popular demand.

Saturday will feature the final concert for the year and aligns with the ending of the Birding Festival.

“It gives the birders an opportunity to have a concert at the end of their festival,” Cuellar said.

Cuellar said Blues on the Hill concerts are the biggest events of the year and usually attract anywhere from 2,000 to 8,000 people.

This concert will be no different.

“We expect a large crowd,” Cuellar said.

The event will also include 13 local food vendors that will sell items such as funnel cakes and pizza.

Outside food and drinks will not be allowed during the concert.

“We want to encourage everyone to support the local businesses that will be at the event,” Cuellar said.

Cuellar encourages those attending to arrive early in order to find a proper place to sit and good parking.

If You Go:

WHAT: Blues on the Hill

WHEN: Tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 11

WHERE: Lon C Hill Park

TIME: 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

COST: Free admission

If You Go

WHAT: Blues on the Hill

WHEN: Tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 11

WHERE: Lon C Hill Park

TIME: 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

COST: Free admission