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Lincoln-favorite, The Wildwoods, played Stransky Park for a night of pleasant weather and relaxing music.
Denver-based group, Pink Fuzz, made a stop in Lincoln to play The Zoo Bar. They joined Nebraska musicians Shiitake Sunday and Marc Mason.
Marquis Hill joined the Jazz in June lineup for the June 18 concert. Hill leading a five-piece band brought a night of great jazz solos to the indoor-venue at The Bourbon Theatre.
We had the honor of sponsoring the Nebraska Folk & Roots Festival. This is the sixth annual festival happening, for the first time, at Pinewood Bowl.
Our Stransky Park Concert Series continues. On Thursday, June 17, Blét and Seasaw joined us for a nice evening of indie pop and indie rock.
Juneteenth began as a holiday to commemorate the announcement on June 19, 1865, that slavery was abolished. This holiday sparks many celebrations all across the country, including right here in Lincoln.
Living up to its tradition Nebraska’s Folk & Roots Festival is celebrating its sixth year this year, with Grammy Winning artists, competitions, food and prizes. This year’s attendance is expected to surpass previous years.
On June 15 the Downtown Lincoln Association is holding the first ever Downtown Family Day. This free event is held at Tower Square, where families will be able to enjoy the day with fun activities.
Due to the high threat of rain, Jazz In June was moved indoors to The Bourbon Theatre. The packed venue featured a night full of Brazilian Jazz and Bossa Nova from Utah-based group, Evening In Brazil.