Enjoy Troop, Bobby Valentino, Natural Progression and more at Cincinnati Friday Flow!
It’s time for the summer kick-off of the Cincinnati Friday Flow R&B Series at Washington Park. This free concert series is a Cincinnati favorite. The concerts will be held on Friday evenings on the Civic Lawn. Music begins at 7 p.m. The headliners will take the stage at 9 p.m.
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The concession stands at Washington Park offer a full bar that includes beer, wine, liquor and Coke products. Beer from Taft’s Ale House, MadTree Brewing, Rhinegeist and the Christian Moerlein Brewing Company will also be available for purchase. So go ahead and throw your lawn chairs, blankets and comfortable shoes in the trunk!
Here are the 2018 Summer Headliners of the Cincinnati Friday Flow R&B Series.
June 1 – Troop
June 8 – Men at Large
June 15 – Ley Ley
July 20 – Tony Terry
August 3 – Natural Progression
August 10 – Keith Robinson
August 17 – Radio Black
If you have any questions about the Cincinnati Friday Flow Series, please call 513-621-4400.
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Washington Park Daily Parking Rates
0-1 hour – $3
1-2 hours – $4
2-3 hours – $5
3-4 hours – $6
4-5 hours – $7
5-6 hours – $8
6-7 hours – $9
Over 7 hours – $10
Friday – Saturday after 4 pm: $6 flat rate (max 8 hours, after which normal Weekday or Weekend rates apply)
Special Event Rates between $3-$15 may apply dependent on neighborhood events. Payment upon arrival is encouraged during Special Event Rates to allow for faster egress. Monthly parking is available for $100 a month. For more information about Washington Park Daily Parking Rates, please contact the Garage at 513-246-1920.
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