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‘Jazz in the Streets’ Returns to UMB on Sept. 20

The free jazz and rhythm and blues concert “Jazz in the Streets” is returning to the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) on Thursday, Sept. 20, featuring April Sampe and DJ P Drama.

Thanks to a partnership among UMB’s The Grid, the UM BioPark, UMB’s Council for the Arts & Culture, the Finn Group, and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks, “Jazz in the Streets” will take place on Sept. 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. on the lawn across from the BioPark (between MLK Boulevard and South Poppleton Street).

Food trucks and more will be on-site, so bring a lawn chair and join us for the concert, which is open to the entire family. Smoking is prohibited.

The first concert, held Aug. 23, had the Craig Alston Syndicate and DJ P Drama as the featured artists and included a visit from Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh. To see a photo gallery of the first concert, go to UMB’s Facebook page. You also can watch a video from the event at the Facebook page.

Communications and Public AffairsCommunity Service, For B'more, UMB News, University LifeSeptember 4, 20180 comments

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