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Relive music from the early 2000s at Cincinnati Friday Flow Series!

 

Washington Park’s free R&B series Friday Flow returns with 13 weeks of exciting summer entertainment. Concerts are from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Washington Park’s main stage on the civic lawn. The popular series remains Washington Park’s highest-attended music event, drawing approximately 2,500 patrons each night.

 

Friday Flow aims to showcase the top R&B artists and groups in the business. A new local or national artist or group is featured every Friday. The series is a fantastic chance to learn about new musicians and enjoy old favorites’ sounds.

 

 

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2023 Summer Dates and Lineup for Friday Flow

 

This series has concluded for 2023. Check back later for the 2024 dates and lineup.

 

 

Concessions

 

Washington Park sells Coca-Cola products, beer, wine, seltzer, and liquor from various brands. No outside alcohol is permitted in the park. Bags and coolers are subject to search. Those bringing in outside alcohol may be ticketed for open containers.

 

 

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Weather Policy

 

Events are rain or shine; however, in severe weather or heavy rain, 3CDC may cancel an event. All event cancellations will be posted on Facebook, usually approximately an hour before the start.

 

 

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Washington Park Venue Details

 

Ten years ago, in 2012, 3CDC completed the renovation of Washington Park and began programming the space with free events. Today, Washington Park welcomes millions of individuals each year from all over. The park hosts over 500 events annually, including live music, public markets, outdoor fitness classes, children’s activities, and more.

 

Parking

 

A 450-space underground garage, surface lots, and on-street parking are available near Washington. Use the Cincy EZ Park App to pay for parking as appropriate.

 

More Information

 

 

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Written by: Crystal Kendrick

 

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Written by Crystal Kendrick

Publisher, The Voice of Black Cincinnati