Warehouse District Kicks Off Free Lunchtime Concert Series Today

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Today marks the start of Warehouse Wednesdays going down at the Worthington Yards Courtyard of the Warehouse District.

The free (mostly outdoor) music and arts series features 9 local musicians playing their best stuff, acoustically, during lunchtime from 11:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. Each week, guests also can check out the nearby Yards Project art gallery, which shows off work from Cleveland artists. That space opens at 12:45 p.m. for tours.



Check out the musician lineup below:

June 19 - Michelle Gaw
June 26 - Brenna Lynn
July 3 - Dan McCoy
July 10 - Brent Kirby
July 17 - Gretchen Pleuss
July 24 - Ray Flanagan
July 31 - Jul Big Green
Aug. 7 - Jacob Frish
Aug. 14 - Gina Brooklyn



Every Wednesday during the series run, the nearby Pheonix Coffee is offering 10 percent off on iced coffee, while other restaurants plan to offer lunch deals as well.

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