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Monday, February 25, 2019

The Summit's Annual 330 Day Concert to Take Place on March 30

Posted By on Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 4:23 PM

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Some of the region’s best bands will perform at the Summit 90.7/91.3 FM’s fourth annual 330 Day Concert, set to take place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, at Umstattd Hall in Canton.

The free event will feature stripped-down, acoustic performances from Angie Haze, Brent Kirby, Broken Transmitter, the Brothers Dualist, Cody J. Martin, Diamond Kites (featuring Jeff Klemm), Diana Chittester, Don Dixon & Marti Jones, the Dreemers, Emily Gambone, Flight 619, Floco Torres, the Got It Got It Need It, Gretchen Pleuss, Hal Walker, Hey Monea, Jim Ballard, Labra Brothers, Madison Cummins, Marc Lee Shannon, Ohio Weather Band, Shelby Olive, Shivering Timbers, the Shootouts, the Speedbumps, Spy Convention, Stems, Tracey Thomas, the Vindys, Wesley Bright & the Honeytones, White Buffalo Woman, Yankee Bravo and Zach.



The Umstattd Hall stage will be split in half so that while one group is performing, another act will be able to set up on the opposite side of the stage.

Summit members will receive preferred seating. Admission is free with a $10 suggested donation.

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