By 1812Blockhouse

Combining music and nature, Kingwood Center Gardens has announced its popular free concert series, Live on the Lawn, taking place every Thursday evening throughout the month of July. Setting the stage for an unforgettable experience, the concerts will commence at 7 PM, with free admission open to the public starting at 6:30 PM.

Showcasing an impressive lineup of talented artists, the 2023 edition of Live on the Lawn promises to treat audiences to a diverse range of musical styles and performances. On July 6, attendees will be treated to the delightful tunes of Tom’s Kitchen Table, followed by the sensational sounds of Conne on July 13. On July 20, the stage will come alive with the soulful melodies of Steve Brown and Friends, and the series will culminate on July 27 with a captivating display of jazz mastery by the renowned Just Jazz Live ensemble.

As guests immerse themselves in the melodious ambience, they are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets. To satisfy culinary cravings, an array of food and beverage options will be available for purchase.It is important to note that all attendees must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcohol, and any alcoholic beverages must be acquired and consumed solely within the venue grounds, as outside alcohol will not be permitted.

Live on the Lawn 2023 owes its success and continued support to the generous sponsorship of Modern Woodmen of America Fraternal Financial and Pacific Impressions Landscaping, Inc. The event also owes its media coverage to the esteemed North Central Ohio Media Group, serving as the official media sponsor.

For further details, including alternative arrangements in the case of inclement weather, music enthusiasts and nature lovers are encouraged to visit the official website at Join us for an unforgettable summer of melody and magic at Live on the Lawn 2023, where the splendor of music intertwines with the beauty of nature,

Source: Kingwood Center Gardens; Photo: 1812Blockhouse

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