Lineup Announced for the Third Annual 330 Day Concert

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COURTESY OF THE NUMBERS BAND
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The Summit 90.7/91.3 FM has just announced the lineup for the third annual 330 Day Concert. The event, which takes place at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 30, at the Akron Civic Theater, will feature 33 local acts.

Brian Lisik, Ledges, the Kidney Brothers, Tracey Thomas, Stems, Zach, Marc Lee Shannon, Yankee Bravo, Shooter Sharp & the Shootouts and Demos Papadimas are among the performers scheduled to play.



The Civic stage will be split in half for this event to offer two side-by-side performance spaces. Akron singer-songwriter and Summit Marketing & Event Coordinator Ryan Humbert, who most recently put together a tribute to the late Tom Petty at Akron's E.J. Thomas Hall, will produce the event that supports and promotes the Summit's local-music-only radio station, The330.net.

Summit members will receive preferred seating for this event, and can RSVP via an invitation only event page. Admission is free with a $10 suggested donation, and all ages are welcome.




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