Outdoor Concert Set for Thursday Rescheduled Due to Threat of Rain
The Music Under the Stars concert is just one of several remaining outdoor summer shows in Dearborn.
Rain is on its way, the National Weather Service says–and as a result, the City of Dearborn is rescheduling an outdoor concert that had been set to take place Aug. 9.
The Dearborn Recreation and Parks Department has moved the next Music Under the Stars Concert to Thursday, Aug. 23, the city announced Wednesday.
The move was made both due to the expected weather conditions, and a death in the family of one of the members of the band scheduled to perform–the Bomb Squad.
At the Aug. 23 concert, the Bomb Squad will entertain swimmers and visitors at the pool during the “Funk and Dunk Concert.” The evening will include a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the outdoor pool at Levagood Park.
The show will begin at 7:30 p.m.
And on Thursday, Aug. 30, the final concert of the Music Under the Stars series will feature Fifty Amp Fuse at the Dearborn Hills Golf Course. That concert is also at 7:30 p.m.
Bring your own lawn chairs and enjoy the live music. For more information call 313-943-2354.
Want more summer music? Check out Dearborn Patch's guide to summer concerts, including the concluding shows for Friday Nights in the Park and Jazz on the Ave, hosted by the West Dearborn Downtown Development Authority and East Dearborn Downtown Development Authority, respectively.