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Don’t let the cool weather keep you in. Here are African American Midwest festivals and concerts to keep you on the move.
As the cool weather slowly approaches, so will the feeling of being cooped up in the house. You can still hang out with friends, travel, and enjoy good drinks, music food and more. Check out these African American Midwest festivals and concerts that are trip worthy. The information in this article is as current as of the publication date. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information prior to acting.
Cirque du Soleil on Ice: Axel
Heritage Bank Center Cincinnati
January 23 – 26, 2020
$34 – $150
Cirque du Soleil will feature spectacular skating, breathtaking acrobatics on ice, astonishing visual effects, and live music that seamlessly integrates popular songs with new original scores.
Jill Scott Words and Sounds Volume 1 Anniversary Tour
MGM Northfield Park
On sale December 5
It’s the anniversary of her classic album featuring songs like A Long Walk, The Way and more! She will also be performing on February 23 at Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, IN.
No Limit Soldiers Reunion
Rupp Arena Lexington
March 1, 2020
$42 – $102
Master P has gathered his No Limit Soldiers for a 20 year anniversary reunion tour performing some of the greatest hits from the No Limit Records catalog. The energy and excitement will ignite Rupp Arena as Master P, Silkk The Shocker, Mystikal, Fiend and Mia X hit the stage. Groupon discount tickets are also available.
Did we miss a few? Don’t keep them to yourself. Let us know! Contact us at The Voice of Black Cincinnati for any concerts or festivals that we may have missed.
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Marissa Staples, Writer
The Voice of Black Cincinnati