Dowagiac Summer Concert Series

June 06, 2019
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, June 6 through August 8. Concerts are held at the James E. Snow Professional Building at Main & Front streets.  Music enthusiasts enjoy vocal and instrumental performances from the big band sound of the 40s to rhythm & blues, jazz, bluegrass and rock & roll. Proudly presented by the Dowagiac Downtown Development Authority (DDA), the fine arts series is being underwritten by Chemical Bank, Honor Credit Union and Cass County COA.  

To determine if a concert has been postponed, due to weather, call 1-269-591-9185.

   

 

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