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Lando’s Old School Music Festival

September 14, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Hamilton County Fairgrounds

$25.00 – $85.00
Old School Music Festival
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An Old School Music Festival is just what Cincinnati needs! Tickets start at $25.

In a city with rich arts and culture history, the selection for mature African Americans is often limited. Lando Chapman’s answer to the limited entertainment options for mature partygoers is to create cultural experiences here in his hometown. Cincinnati is set to host the first-ever Lando’s Old School Music Festival and you need to be there.


The music festival will be on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at 6 p.m. at Hamilton County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 3 p.m. Among the lineup are national talents Solo, Donnel Jones, Lyfe Jennings, and Stokely (lead singer of Mint Condition). Tickets range from $25 – $85 and are currently available on Eventbrite.
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If you’ve ever been an attendee of one of Ril Entertainment’s Old School parties, you know that they are good, clean fun! Lando’s Old School Music Festival will be no exception. Before the opening acts hit the stage, Lando is hosting a Day Party at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds. Arrive early and enjoy partying the rest of the day away.



About RilEntertainment
Cincinnati native, Orlando “Lando” Chapman continuously strives to create entertainment options for mature Cincinnatians who like to go out and have a good time. RilEntertainment’s goal is to provide entertainment with a purpose for a forgotten audience.  It prides its idealism with purpose and nostalgia.  Also, in the years to come, RilEntertainment plans to expose, elevate, and preserve the Cincinnati Old School scene.


About Hamilton County Fairgrounds
Smack in the middle of the northern Cincinnati suburb of Carthage sits nearly 30 acres of green space amid a sea of industry and commerce. Fronted by the busy Vine Street thoroughfare and less than a mile from Interstate 75, this oasis is home to the Hamilton County Agricultural Society, producers of the annual Hamilton County Fair.

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Hamilton County Fairgrounds
7801 Anthony Wayne Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45216 United States
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(513) 761-4224
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