skip to Main Content
Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Music in the Parks

June 20 @ 7:00 pm-8:30 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until July 18, 2019

Music In Park
Music In Park

Music In Park



Songs At The Center

Songs at the Center

Asian Festival Showcase

Asian Festival Showcase

Thiossane West African Institute

Thiossane West African Institute

Camp Jazz

Camp Jazz

Jazz In July

Jazz in July

Bring your friends and family, gather on lawn chairs or blankets, and enjoy some talented bands at Music in the Parks this summer.  Concerts take place on the UA Arts Stage at the Amelita Mirolo Barn in Sunny 95 Park, 4395 Carriage Hill Lane Thursday evening from 7-8:30pm.  The fist kickoff concert will be held at the Green at Kingsdale, 3150 Tremont Road.  Concerts are free to attend.

Thank you to our Music in the Parks sponsor Wright-Patt Credit Union.

 2019 Lineup for Music in the Park Series

June 6:  Conspiracy at the Green at Kingsdale

Upper Arlington’s Music in the Parks is kicking off at Kingsdale on June 6th at 7pm. Bring your lawn chair or blanket to the Green at Kingsdale, 3150 Tremont Road, and enjoy the music of Conspiracy. Parking and admission are free.

Everything you’ve heard about this Conspiracy is true: it’s slick, funky, it’s soulful – and it never stops until everybody’s having a good time. With it’s crack three-piece horn section and four amazing vocalists, this group is one of the most sought after in the region.

June 13:  Songs at the Center w/ Eric Gnezda, Lil’ Red & the Rooster, and Olivia Millerschin

We are thrilled to have Songs at the Center perform this year at Music in the Parks. Songs at the Center is a national public television series showcasing singer-songwriters performing “in the round.” Series creator and host of the show, Eric Gnezda is an award-winning songwriter and television journalist. He and his work have been featured on media around the world. Joining Eric for the concert will be the Lil’ Red & Rooster and Olivia Millerschin.

Lil’ Red & Rooser is a contagiously charming international duo that creates electric band blues in a roots blues format.  Touching, refreshing with a bit of humor, their originals bring the 40’s and 50’s blues and rhythm and blues into the present day.

At 23 years old, singer-songwriter Olivia Millerschin has composed and released two full-length albums.  She was a quarter finalist on America’s Got Talent, won the Great American Song Contest, is featured on Republic Records soundtrack to a recent Mitch Albom novel, and has music in national film and TV.  She plays ukulele, piano and guitar, headlines national tours, and opens for established artists.

June 20:  Asian Festival Showcase w/ Pandesal and The EJ Duo

Beginning in 1995, the Asian Festival is a popular event that takes place in May and promotes the importance of cultural diversity in building a vibrant, prosperous, and healthy community.  This week we are bringing a bit of the Asian Festival to Upper Arlington.  Pandesal is a Filipino band that has previously performed at the Asian Festival.  Joining them is The EJ Duo, an R&B and Pop band that specializes in Asian music.

June 27:  Thiossane Institute of West African Drum and Dance w/ Ohio Dance

Brought to you by Ohio Dance, Thiossane (pronounced cha- sahn) was formed with the express purpose of bringing authentic West African cultural representation to a variety of local, national, and international communities. Thiossane introduces the richness of West African culture through dance and music to create a space of learning and growth in traditional African culture.

July 11:  Camp Jazz

Students have been working hard all week to bring you a great performance with The Jazz Arts Group’s Jazz Academy.  Throughout camp students will explore the ins and outs of singing with a live band, including style, technique and tips to take their singing to the next level.  Spots still available to enroll!

July 18:  Jazz in July w/ Columbus Jazz Orchestra

Our last concert of the summer will feature a night of Jazz with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra, led by world-renowned band leader and trumpet virtuoso Byron Stipling.  By incorporating contemporary arrangements into its repertoire and commissioning new arrangements and masterworks for jazz orchestra, the CJO promotes the future of big band jazz and cultivates the dynamic, adventurous spirit that has kept audiences coming back again and again.

Join us at the Amelita Mirolo Barn for a VIP reception prior to the concert at 6pm.  Mingle with the musicians of Columubs Jazz Orchestra backstage while enjoying drinks and light refreshments.  Then sit back in reserved seating and enjoy the performance.  Tickets for the VIP reception are $25 and can be purchased on eventbrite.  Limited space available.

Thank you to our Jazz in July sponsors Brienza Financial Services, Hyre Personal Wealth, Logan Financial Group for their support of this great evening of music.


June 20
7:00 pm-8:30 pm
Event Categories:
Event Tags:


Parks & Recreation


Sunny 95 Park
4395 Carriage Hill Ln
Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States
+ Google Map

Submissions to our Community Calendar
As a service to the community, the City hosts an online Community Calendar. We invite you to submit details of upcoming special events that are open to and promote government interests of the community at-large, as determined by the City of Upper Arlington.

To submit a calendar listing, please use this online form. Submissions should include a photograph (no posters or logos) with a minimum size of 1920 pixels wide x 1275 pixels high. We recommend that you submit items at least three months in advance, since we may include some community events in the City’s print and e-newsletters as space allows.

The City will not post routine items such as programs, club meetings or classes. The inclusion of a special event does not represent an endorsement from the City. The City reserves complete control of any event postings on the Community Calendar and has final approval authority over them. Community Calendar postings are not intended to, and do not, create a public or designated forum for private speech of any kind. The City reserves its right to refuse a submission

Back To Top