DEARBORN, Michigan – The Dearborn Recreation and Parks Department has rescheduled the next Music Under the Stars Concert to Thursday, Aug. 23 due to expected weather conditions and other considerations.
The concert had been scheduled for today (Thursday, August 9). The rescheduled date will still include a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the outdoor pool at Levagood Park. At the Aug. 23 concert, the Bomb Squad will entertain swimmers and visitors at the pool during the “Funk and Dunk Concert.”
And on Thursday, August 30, the final concert of the Music Under the Stars series will feature Fifty Amp Fuse at the Dearborn Hills Golf Course. That concert is also at 7:30 p.m.
Bring your own lawn chairs and enjoy the live music. For more information call 313-943-2354.
More free outdoor concerts are sponsored by the West Dearborn Downtown Development Authority (WDDDA) and the East Dearborn Downtown Development Authority (EDDDA).
The final concert in the EDDDA’s Summer Jazz on the Avenue series at City Hall Park, Michigan Avenue and Schaefer, will be 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15. It features Alexander Zonjic’s All-Star Jam.
For more information on the EDDDA’s concerts, visit eastdowntowndearborn.com.
The WDDDA’s hosts Friday Nites in the Park in the Bryant Library’s Muirhead Plaza, 22100 Michigan Avenue. Concerts are 6:30-9p.m.
The remaining line up is as follows:
- August 10 – Cleary Quartet – Beatles Tribute Band
- August 24 – Beat Club
For more information on the WDDDA’s concerts, visit dearbornwestonline.com.