Weekend music has returned to the Mt. Adams Pavilion!

The Pavilion Summer Music Series at Mt. Adams Pavilion (949 Pavilion St Cincinnati) continues this Friday Jun 1 and will run through Saturday Sep 29! Every Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. you can come out and enjoy outdoor live music!

Also added this year is a brand-new blender bar! The blender bar will bring you cool concoctions throughout the evening. Make sure to check out the Moscow Mule!

Here is the Pavilion Summer Music Series line-up for 2018:

 

May

Friday, May 18 – Lounge Project

Saturday, May 19 – The SunBurners

Friday, May 25 – Abby Lane Black

Saturday, May 26 – CORE

 

June

Friday, Jun 1 – Cherry On Top

Saturday, Jun 2 – The Sunburners

Friday, Jun 8 – Lounge Project

Saturday, Jun 9 – Search Party

Saturday, Jun 16 – Cereal Killers

Friday, Jun 22 – Lounge Project

Saturday, Jun 23 – What She Said

Saturday, Jun 30 – Snidely Whiplash

 

July

Friday, Jul 6 – Lounge Project

Saturday, Jul 7 – Cherry on Top

Friday, Jul 13 – Abby Lane Black

Saturday, Jul 14 – What She Said

Friday, Jul 20 – Lounge Project

Saturday, Jul 21 – The Sunburners

Friday, Jul 27 – Jamwave

Saturday, Jul 28 – Search Party

 

August

Friday, Aug 3 – Abby Lane Black

Saturday, Aug 4 – The Sunburners

Saturday, Aug 11 – Cherry on Top

Saturday, Aug 18 – Snidely Whiplash

Friday, Aug 24 – Lounge Project

Saturday, Aug 25 – CORE

Friday, Aug 31 – Abby Lane Black

 

September

Saturday, Sep 1 – The Sunburners

Friday, Sep 7 – Lounge Project

Saturday, Sep 8 – CORE

Friday, Sep 14 – What She Said

Saturday, Sep 15 – The Sunburners

Friday, Sep 21 – Lounge Project

Friday, Sep 28 – Abby Lane Black

Saturday, Sep 29 – Jamwave

 

Clear your calendar for lively nights overlooking the city!

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.