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Music in the Parks

July 8 @ 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 15, 2021

July 7 Update: Due to the weather forecast, the July 8 Music in the Parks drive-in concert featuring Victorious Kaybirds has been moved to an indoor location at the Amelita Mirolo Barn (4395 Carriage Hill Lane). Doors will open at 6 pm with a concert start time of 7 pm. No pre-registration will be required. Doors to the barn will be left open for ample air circulation. Masks are strongly encouraged for those who are not vaccinated. Chairs will be provided, however, you are welcome to bring your own along with food and non-alcoholic beverages. If the rain clears by the start of the concert there is plenty of space to sit outside and still enjoy the show!  We hope to see you there!

June 9 Update: Due to the weather forecast, the June 10 Music in the Parks drive-in concert featuring Red Healer has been moved to an indoor location at the Amelita Mirolo Barn (4395 Carriage Hill Lane). 

May 21 Update: We have made a few changes to this year’s Music in the Parks concerts for the summer! We are offering a mix of drive-in concerts and concerts in our parks this summer. Please see the schedule below for updates to the locations. Registration is not required.

In the event of inclement weather, the event will unfortunately be cancelled, announced on the City’s website and social media accounts (@CityofUA and @CityofUAPR for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). If you have questions, please call Parks & Recreation at 614-583-5300.

A huge thank you to National Church ResidencesWright Patt Credit Union and Pagetech Limited for making this event possible.

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2021 Music in the Parks Series Lineup

The Moxie Strings | June 3
Location: Amelita Mirolo Barn, 4395 Carriage Hill Ln
Doors open at 6 pm and concert begins at 7 pm

Hailed by The Grand Rapids Press as “top-notch, instrumental wizardry,” The Moxie Strings offer listeners the unique opportunity to experience some of the world’s best- known instruments through an electric, innovative lens.
//www.themoxiestrings.com/

Red Healer | June 10
Location: Amelita Mirolo Barn, 4395 Carriage Hill Ln
Doors open at 6 pm and concert begins at 7 pm

Red Healer fuses folk and soul with light-hearted lyricism that never takes itself too seriously. Inspired by the energy of the red heeler (Australian cattle dog).
//redhealerband.com

Deuce ‘n a Quarter | June 17
Location: NW Kiwanis Park 4840 Stonehaven Dr
Parking off of Stonehaven Drive or National Church Residence (2245 N Bank Dr)

Deuce ‘n a Quarter is a hard driving blues machine fronted by the powerful voice and wailing harmonica of Brian Peters. The band’s forte is its original music, where you’ll hear the influence and respect paid to many blues legends. Take a joyride with Deuce ‘n a Quarter as they blend talent and feelings to create a modern yet classic blues vibe!
//www.deucenaquarter.com/

Ladies of Longford | June 24
Location: NW Kiwanis Park 4840 Stonehaven Dr
Parking off of Stonehaven Drive or National Church Residence (2245 N Bank Dr)

The Ladies of Longford serve up a unique blend of Contemporary Celtic, Traditional Irish and fresh acoustic styles. They are most often defined by their superb vocal Harmonies and excellent musicianship. This high energy all woman band shares its inspired gifts of melody and performance to a vast range of fans. You can count on the Ladies to bring Celtic music to your soul!
//ladiesoflongford.com/

Largemouth Brass Band | July 1
Location: Amelita Mirolo Barn, 4395 Carriage Hill Ln
Food Trucks:  Porketta (//porkettacbus.com/menu-2/) and Kona Ice (//www.kona-ice.com/)

Born in Athens, Ohio and relocated to Columbus, Largemouth Brass Band is sure to get the party started and keep it going. With innovative and fresh original music inspired by everything from New Orleans trad-jazz to funk, pop, and hip-hop, this band’s sound is a genre-busting explosion of energy that entertains audiences of all ages.
//www.largemouthbrass.com/

Victorious KayBirds | July 8
Location: Amelita Mirolo Barn, 4395 Carriage Hill Ln
Food Truck:  The Lumpia Queen (//www.thelumpiaqueencatering.com/foodtruckmenu)

A joy-inducing band with an interesting, ever-increasing repertoire of Soul, Rock, Blues, NOLA & other genre tunes. Victorious KayBirds are an eclectic, experienced, engaging band ready to bring inventive arrangements and unique but familiar sounds that guarantee a good time.
//www.victoriouskaybirds.com/

The Deeptones | July 15
Location: Thompson Park, 4250 Woodbridge Rd
Food Trucks:  Tortilla (//www.tortillastreetfood.com/menu-1) and Kona Ice (//www.kona-ice.com/)

The Deeptones will be sure to make even people with two left feet get up and dance as they bring a bit of funk to Upper Arlington. Join us for the final concert of the Music in the Parks season as The Deeptones create their own unique blend of funk, pulling from soul, jazz, blues, rock and more!
//www.thedeeptones.com/

In the event of inclement weather, the event will unfortunately be cancelled, announced on the City’s website and social media accounts (@CityofUA and @CityofUAPR for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). If you have questions, please call Parks & Recreation at 614-583-5300.

Details

Date:
July 8
Time:
7:00 pm-8:30 pm
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Organizer

Parks & Recreation
Phone:
614-583-5300
Email:
parks@uaoh.net

Venue

Various Locations
Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States + Google Map
Phone:
614-583-5000

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