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Urban Nights Rain Or Shine; Some Outdoor Events Canceled
DAYTON-- Urban Nights organizers said Friday night's event will still go on, despite canceling some outdoor events.
The event is a rain or shine event, and there are still over 100 indoor vendors participating.
Many events have been moved indoors, under tents or otherwise modified so they still can happen. Most of the activities planned throughout downtown will go on as planned.
Those activities include:
• Arts Corner, St. Clair and Fourth streets:
Most Arts Corner activities have been moved indoors at nearby businesses in the St. Clair Lofts. Enjoy a range of entertainment hosted by nearby businesses, including live entertainment, art exhibits and special sales.
• Live on Five, corner of Fifth and Pine streets in the Oregon District:
This area is under a tent and entertainment currently is scheduled to proceed as planned. Food vendors and a beer truck will be on hand, and a variety of bands will perform.
5-5:45 p.m.: The Broken Lights Band
6- 6:45 p.m.: Meghna & the Majority
7-7:45 p.m.: Cherry Lee and the Daddy Katz
8-10 p.m.: Magic Jackson
• Steamroller Printmaking: Flat-Out Fun!, Stivers School for the Arts, 1313 E. Fifth St.:
This activity has been moved under cover to Stivers’ loading dock at Fifth and Dutoit streets. Printmakers from the Dayton Printmakers Cooperative and students from Stivers School for the Arts will print large-scale linoleum blocks using a real steamroller as a printing press.
• RiverScape MetroPark, 111 W. Monument Ave.:
The activities at RiverScape will continue as planned. Check in at the RiverScape bike hub to start the Great Dayton Adventure Race, a fast-paced urban scavenger hunt around downtown. Grab a bite to eat at Dayton’s First Food Truck Rally and enjoy the lineup on the Waibel Energy Systems Stage under the cover of the RiverScape Pavilion.
5:30 p.m. The Dayton Poetry Slam Showcase
6 p.m. New Vega
8:15p.m. The Ark Band
• Wright-Dunbar Business Village Entertainment, West Third Street area
Enjoy live entertainment, cultural arts, creative and tasty cuisine, and other festivities. Special events include:
• Gospel and R&B Plaza, Third & Williams streets: Featuring live entertainment and four food vendors.
• Dance Tent, 1133 W. Third St.: Featuring entertainment by DJ Master G, three food vendors and a spirits bar.
• Jazz Plaza, West Third Street: Featuring live jazz entertainment and food stations.
• The Lounge, 1100 W. Third St.: Presenting a ticketed event at 8:30 p.m., a tribute to The Ohio Players by D-Funk All Stars. Call 443-0249 for tickets and information.
The events that have been canceled are:
• International Street, held at Second Street between Main and Jefferson streets: Second Street will not be closed to traffic and outdoor performances have been canceled, as dancers are not able to perform on a wet surface.
• Urban Bikes @ Urban Nights and other activities scheduled for Courthouse Square
• Green Fest, held at Monument Avenue by RiverScape MetroPark
A map of participating venues and a complete list of their events and specials is available online at www.downtowndayton.org and at info tents located throughout the event area and at participating venues.
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