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Join us for the final Rhythm on the River performance of the season! THE STEEPWATER BAND along with Angela Perley & The Howlin' Moons wrap up the series this Friday. Food and beverage sales begin at 6:30 p.m. and music begins at 7:00 p.m.
Chicago roots-rock veterans, The Steepwater Band, have been playing their hearts out all over the world for nearly two decades. Their hard-driving synthesis of gutsy rock, gritty Delta blues, soulful backwoods boogie and down-home psychedelia fits perfectly in a retro-world enamored with the Mick Taylor-era Stones, early Hendrix and The Black Keys. The band's infectious energy is equally evident in their live performances, as critics and fans hail their shows as forceful and intoxicating.
Earning comparisons to everyone from Joan Jett to Patsy Cline, Angela Perley is a dynamic front-woman who commands the stage with her booming voice and incisive lyrics. Backed by the Howlin’ Moons, a group of guitar slingers and rhythm players who play like a raw, ragged roadhouse band, Perley is winning over nonbelievers the old-fashioned way with tireless touring and well-crafted albums.
Admission is FREE.
Tonight, kick off the weekend at Rhythm on the River. A special performance is in store tonight, as BalletMet Columbus features excerpts from their upcoming 2015-2016 season. You won’t want to miss this free, family-friendly event. Food and beverage sales begin at 6:30 p.m. and the performance starts at 8:00 p.m.
BalletMet Columbus in collaboration with Cincinnati Ballet present Symphony in C choreographed by George Balanchine. Also featuring Victoria Morgan's Bolero ...
UPDATE: The fountain is now operating. It's a beautiful day -- reminder that this evening there is a free performance of BalletMet and Opera Columbus
in the park at 8 pm.
The fountain is not operating due to remote testing by the company that created and manages the computer program that operates the fountain features. Please check back for updates.
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