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Downtown at Dusk

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Thursdays this Summer

The Downtown@Dusk concert series will return to the Bud and Susie Rogers Garden for its 38th season. This year’s series will take place on Thursdays with four concerts from Thursday, July 14 through Thursday, August 4. Each week, watch as local performers light up the Downtown@Dusk stage with their musical talents from 6:30–8:30 pm. Downtown@Dusk concerts are free and will be held rain or shine in the garden.

July 14 | 6:30

Chris Coles Gleam

July 21 | 6:30

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Chris Coles’ Gleam

Saxophonist Chris Coles and his group Gleam features Northeast Ohio musicians Theron Brown, Zaire Darden, Gabe Jones, Tommy Lehman, and Jordan McBride. The group will perform Love Deamon Song Cycle project, a collection of songs Coles wrote for Garra, an anime character from the Naruto Manga Universe.

15 60 75 Numbers Band

Originating from Kent in 1969, The Numbers band has been praised by almost every national music publication and several international publications since the beginning of their 50 years of live performances and recordings. 

July 28 | 6:30

Umojah Nation

August 4 | 6:30

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Umojah Nation

A vibrant Akron-based reggae band that has operated in the Akron-Cleveland scene for over 14 years. While seeded in Jamaican roots and dancehall, they possess an original style in reggae all its own. This seven-piece band is led by huband-wife team Tracey and Stefano Nguma, and features Egan Ammerman, Ceco Selinas, Brian Marsh, Ali Boyd, and Junior Brown.

Labra Brothers
The Labra Brothers have established themselves regionally, not only as the standard within their core genre of Latin Funk & Soul, but as a dynamic and diverse juggernaut of musical presentation. To see this band at a live stage show event is to experience an urge to dance that even the strongest can’t resist. It may even leave you wondering if there are open positions remaining within the family.

The Museum strives to follow the most current COVID-19 safety guidelines of our county and federal agencies. We encourage our patrons to enjoy the space safely and responsibly.

The Museum is a smoke-free environment. Thank you for leaving your pets, bikes, skateboards, sporting equipment, chalk, glass bottles, cans, coolers, alcoholic beverages, and tobacco products including e-cigs at home.