Cleveland Museum of Art Announces Schedule for Ohio City Stages


  • Courtesy of Monterey International
  • King Sunny Ade
For the past couple of summers, the Cleveland Museum of Art has hosted Ohio City Stages, a weekly summer block party that takes place in front of the Transformer Station during the month of July. Acts slated to play this summer include Nigerian singer, composer and guitarist King Sunny Adé, Colombian musician Mario Galeano, desert blues rockers Tamikrest and Mexican festival favorites Los Cojolites. The concerts take place at 7:30 p.m., and admission is free. Vendors will be hand to sell food and drinks as well. Here’s the schedule:

July 8: King Sunny Adé & His African Beats
July 15: Ondatrópica
July 22: Tamikrest
July 29: Los Cojolites

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