Free outdoor concerts all summer in Dearborn

Photos courtesy of the city of Dearborn

Photos courtesy of the city of Dearborn


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Alexander Zonjic & Friends kicked off the East Dearborn Downtown Development Authority’s second annual Jazz on the Ave concert series in City Hall Park last Wednesday. More than 400 jazz fans of all ages turned out to listen and dance to the sounds of Zonjic and his band. For more free concerts in the city of Dearborn this summer, see the attached story below.

Music plays on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

DEARBORN – Free outdoor concerts highlight summer in the city, with music playing Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays some weeks.

On Wednesdays, the East Dearborn Downtown Development Authority sponsors Jazz on the Ave at City Hall, 13615 Michigan Ave.

On Thursdays, the city sponsors Music under the Stars at various parks and the Dearborn Hills Golf Course.

On Fridays, the West Dearborn Downtown Development Authority offers free concerts at the Muirhead Plaza, adjacent to the Bryant Library, 22100 Michigan Ave.

Wednesdays: (7 p.m. concerts)
July 21, Modern Tribe, featuring Charles & Gwen Scales

July 28, Rayse Biggs Band

Aug. 11, Thornetta Davis Band

Aug. 18, Kimmie Horn Show

Aug. 25, the Brothers Groove

In case of rain, the Wednesday concerts will be at the Arab American National Museum, 13624 Michigan Ave. (Directly across the street from City Hall park.) Details available at www.eastdowtowndearborn.com.

Thursdays: (7:30 p.m. concerts)
July 22, Chain Reaction, Crowley Park

July 29, Dr. Pocket, Ford Field

Aug. 5, Sun Messengers, Dearborn Hills Golf Course

Aug. 12, Bomb Squad, Dunworth Pool Deck “Funk and Dunk” concert

Aug. 19, Bobby Lewis & Gia Warner, Bryant Library Courtyard

Aug. 26, Fifty Amp Fuse, Dearborn Hills Golf Course

For details about the Thursday concerts, call (313) 943-2350 or go to www.dearbornfordcenter.com.

Fridays:
July 30, 6:30-9 p.m. Crush, the sounds of classic rock and more

In case of rain, the Friday concerts will be in the Henry Ford Centennial Library. Maps and details are available at www.dearbornwestonline.com.

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