Mason Expands 2018 Music in Mason Summer Concerts

Music in Mason is back in 2018 with double the music and double the fun for the community to enjoy! The City will be hosting eight concerts on Mason’s Downtown Plaza on Friday evenings throughout the months of June and July. In addition to live music, the events will also feature food, beverages, kids activities, local business displays and more!

The 2018 concerts will kick off on Friday, June 1 with a Downtown Block Party beginning at 6 p.m. featuring music by 3 Day Rule playing the best of pop music followed by a mix of soul, funk, pop and R&B by The Company until 10 p.m. Kids activities, vendors and exhibitors will fill the streets so residents are encouraged to come out and end the work week with a night of live music and entertainment all for a good cause! Proceeds from beverage sales will benefit the Mason Parks and Recreation Foundation’s all-inclusive Common Ground playground and the American Legion’s efforts to rehabilitate a home for veterans in need.

Due to the extent of activities taking place, road closures will occur to insure the safety of event participants. US Route 42 from the intersection of North East Street to Second Avenue and West Main Street will close beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 1 and July 27 for the Downtown Block Party events. During the other six Music in Mason concerts, US Route 42 will remain open, and West Main Street from US Route 42 to North Forest Avenue will be closed along with North West Street from US Route 42 to Church Street beginning at 3:00 p.m. Detours for local traffic will be provided.

Local businesses are encouraged to take advantage of a free opportunity to promote their business as a vendor or exhibitor at one or all of this summer’s concerts. For more information on how you can participate please contact Dan Chambers, Program Supervisor at 513.229.8555 or by email at dchambers@masonoh.org.

For more information or to check out the complete schedule of Music in Mason concerts this summer, please visit www.imaginemason.org.

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