Summer Concert Series in Columbus

Are you ready to gather in the streets, eat, drink, and be merry, Columbus?

The 2015 live July concert series will be kicking off on July 9th with The Floorwalkers headlining. Thursday nights on the Commons will be your perfect jumpstart to the summer weekends. Dive into the local music scene at the world-class Columbus Bicentennial Pavilion at Columbus Commons.

The concerts are FREE. Bars open at 5 o’clock.

Music starts blaring at 5:30 pm with main acts hitting the stage at 9 pm.

Every Thursday you can also enjoy unique culinary delights in the Food Truck Food Court. Be sure to give #ColumbusCommons and the food trucks a shout out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram while appreciating your delicious finds!

New this year Columbus Commons and State & Third are partnering up offer to provide an open-air marketplace which will be featuring local craft vendors specializing in jewelry, books, clothing, and art. How exciting is that?!

Let’s keep the concert series fun and enjoyable for all, including the local economy, with some common curtesy. The organizers request coolers be left at home. Beverage and food-truck concessions will be on site, in addition to easy access to a plethora of restaurants—like Arch City Tavern—within walking distance so there’s no need to bring the pesky things. They’re bulky and will be hard to keep up with. Feel free to bring your blankets and chairs to get comfortable, however! The most important thing to remember is to be safe, have fun, and make memories.

Parking will be available at the Columbus Commons Garages, located at 191 S. Third St. and 55 E. Rich St.

#LiveTheMusic at #ColumbusCommons

 

2015 CONCERT SCHEDULE

July 9

The Floorwalkers   

Nick D and the Believers, Happy ChiChester

July 16    

Angela Perley & the Howlin’ Moons  

Topher James & the Bisquet Brigade

Blaze Johnson Jr. (from The Voice)

 

July 23

Mojoflo

Jared Mahone Band

Donna Mogavero

 

July 30

Popgun

Reaganomics

Alex White


No Replies to "Summer Concert Series in Columbus"


    Got something to say?

    Some html is OK