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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Edgewater LIVE Concert Series and Euclid Beach Concerts to Kick Off in June

Concert Announcement

Posted By on Thu, May 14, 2015 at 10:37 AM

Last year, the Cleveland Metroparks launched its extremely popular Edgewater LIVE Thursday night happy hour concert series. The event is set to start up again on June 11; the concerts take place from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. In addition to featuring a performance by a local band, the events feature yoga, stand up paddleboarding and cornhole. And those ubiquitous food trucks will be on hand as well. The Metroparks has also announced the lineup for the Euclid Beach concerts that feature a similar mix of music and family friendly activities. They run Fridays from June 12 through Aug. 21. Here are the schedules:


Edgewater LIVE Schedule

June 11: The Whiskey Kings
June 18: Billy Likes Soda
June 25: Easy Glistening
July 2: Sunset Drive featuring Billy Morris
July 9: Almost Famous
July 16: The Spazmatics
July 23: Thunder Gun Express
July 30: Rock the House
Aug. 6: Brigid's Cross
Aug. 13: Revolution Pie

Euclid Beach Music Schedule

June 12: The Ray Bans
June 19: Second Time Around
June 26: Mary Glover & The Mighty Golden Echoes, The Prayer Warriors
July 3: Kinsman Dazz Band featuring Remixx R & B
July 10: Forecast
July 17: The Sloppy Joe Band
July 24: Hubbs Groove
July 31: Eddie & the Edsels
Aug. 14 : Shout
Aug. 21: The Benjaminz

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