Dowagiac Summer Concert Series

June 03, 2021
7:30pm - 8:45pm

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Reminiscent of the musical fare presented during the late 1800s by Round Oak Band, families gather downtown on Thursday evenings for Dowagiac's Summer Concert Series, beginning June 3. Concerts will be held upon the grounds of the James E. Snow Professional Building at Main and Front Streets, downtown.   Music enthusiasts enjoy vocal and instrumental performances from the big band sound of the 40s to rhythm & blues, jazz, bluegrass and rock & roll.

To determine if a concert has been postponed, due to weather, call 1-269-591-9185 or email VPhillipson@Dowagiac.org.

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