Saturday, September 08, 2007


Washington Park Music Festival

I am happy to announce we are bringing WPMF back as a day show during MPMF. THis years event will be bigger and better, and best yet, it will be rain or shine with tent protection in case it does rain again.

The event is a celebration of local music, and an introdcution to Washington Park, one of Cincinnati's best kept secrets, an aboslute gem of an urban park. And we are tying it this year to the School for the Creative and Performing Arts which will be breaking ground at the front door of Washington Park later this fall. See our myspace page ( for more details and samples from some of the bands that will be playing.

Stop by Washington Park (across from Music Hall in Over-the-Rhine) for drinks, food, music and mingling on Saturday, Sept. 29, during the last day of the annual rock 'n' roll event, MidPoint Music Festival.

Bands include Pearlene, Bad Veins, 500 Miles to Memphis, (with one final band to be confirmed soon) starting early in the afternoon and leading up until MidPoint kicks off with its pre-party that night.

WHEN: 1:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29
WHERE: Washington Park,1203 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
PRICE: $5 donation or free with MidPoint wristband; benefits the School for Creative and Performing Arts
ETC: Christian Moerlein Beer, water and food available, with proceeds benefiting SCPA.

Thanks to our presenting sponsors Mayerson Foundation, Duke Energy and CiNWeekly. Thanks also to our partners/sponsors: Gateway Quarter, Model Group,, Shake It Records, Each Note Secure, OTR Chamber, Strata-G, and Give Back CIncinnati


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