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Five Free Outdoor Brady Block Parties Anchored by Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Concerts to take place in the West End, The Banks, Price Hill, Avondale, and Woodlawn/Lincoln Heights

In partnership with local community organizations, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is pleased to present Brady Block Parties, a FREE series of outdoor events across Greater Cincinnati. Gather your family and friends for an evening of food, activities, art, community, and the sounds of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in a neighborhood near you!

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Upcoming Neighborhood Concerts

Pride

June 6 at 6 p.m., concert 7:30 p.m.
The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park (The Banks)
Celebrate LGBTQIA+ Pride with the CSO! Enjoy local vendors and giveaways, food trucks, activities, and entertainment with Cincy Nice before a concert with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra featuring classically trained opera singer Monét X Change of RuPaul’s Drag Race and the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus.

pride block party

West End

June 23 at 6 p.m., concert 7:30 p.m.
Ezzard Charles Park (The West End)
Enjoy music and art activations, activities for all ages, and food trucks from local vendors. Check out a FREE cookout with various food options, plus a popcorn and cotton candy machine. The party is capped off with an outdoor concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

west end block party

Price Hill

July 14 at 6 p.m., concert 7:30 p.m.
Dunham Recreation Center (West Price Hill)
Enjoy music and art activations, activities for all ages, and food trucks from local vendors. Check out a FREE cookout with various food options, plus a popcorn and cotton candy machine. The party is capped off with an outdoor concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

price hill block party

North Avondale

July 19 at 6 p.m., concert 7:30 p.m.
North Avondale Recreation Center Fields (North Avondale)
Enjoy music and art activations, activities for all ages, and food trucks from local vendors. Check out a FREE cookout with various food options, plus a popcorn and cotton candy machine. The party is capped off with an outdoor concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

north avondale block party

Woodlawn/Lincoln Heights

August 1 at 6 p.m., concert 7:30 p.m.
Woodlawn Community Center (Woodlawn)
Enjoy music and art activations, activities for all ages, and food trucks from local vendors. Check out a FREE cookout with various food options, plus a popcorn and cotton candy machine. The party is capped off with an outdoor concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Woodlawn/Lincoln Heights

About Brady Block Parties

The Brady Block Parties, named in honor of Andrew J. Brady, longtime Cincinnati orchestra and band director at Western Hills High School, take place outdoors across Greater Cincinnati. Each Brady Block Party will include art activations by Robert O’Neal Multicultural Arts Center (ROMAC), games and activities for all ages in collaboration with Cincinnati Circus, and food from area vendors. It will culminate with an outdoor concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Community partners include the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus, Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses, Price Hill Will, Cincinnati Recreation Commission, Village of Woodlawn, Village of Lincoln Heights, and North Avondale Community Council.

About the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is an American orchestra based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its primary concert venue is Music Hall. In addition to its symphony concerts, the orchestra gives pops concerts as the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. The Cincinnati Symphony is the resident orchestra for the Cincinnati May Festival, the Cincinnati Opera, and the Cincinnati Ballet.

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All programs, artists, dates, and locations are subject to change. A full listing of activities, vendors, and complete event details can be found at cincinnatisymphony.org/BlockParties.

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Written by Sophie Barsan

Sophie Barsan is a writer at The Voice of Black Cincinnati, where she covers events and client -focused content. Sophie's work is central to keeping the community informed about Cincinnati vibrant array of activities and opportunities. Her dedication to exploring and highlighting the city's cultural richness makes her stories a must-read for anyone looking to engage with the local scene. Connect with Sophie on LinkedIn for a deeper look into her articles and contributions.

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