Tonight’s Evening Shade concert featuring the Collins Brothers and Peter Rivera, former lead singer and drummer for Rare Earth, will take place at Arnold Memorial Elementary School at 6:30 p.m.
The event was moved from Johnston Park because of rain, according to a news release.
“The show always goes on,” said Nancy Neal, vice president of communications for the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. “While we cannot control the weather, we can continue to offer a wonderful evening of free music to our community in downtown Cleveland — just a few blocks from the outdoor venue.”
“Where else can you enjoy a free concert of this caliber on a Friday evening that would cost you $50 tomorrow night in Atlanta?” concert organizer Kyle Elrod said.
Concertgoers are urged to park on the gymnasium side of the school, located at 473 8th St., NW, in Cleveland.
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