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Outdoor Rock Concert and Cruise-In

“NIGHTS IN THE HEIGHTS” FREE OUTDOOR ROCK CONCERT AND CRUISE-IN, hosted by the City of Broadview Heights, will be Friday, June 19, rain or shine, from 7PM to 10PM. Featuring the rock band “Everything Must Go” ( 70s, 80s and 90s). Will be held at 9543 Broadview Road in the pavilion near the football field. Free parking and shelter in the event of rain. Food and adult beverages will be available for purchase. Main sponsors include the Broadview Heights Community Foundation and Dunkin Donuts. This is the first of a three-concert series. Questions: 440-526-4357.

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