Dayton, Ohio – People can finally enjoy some cultural manifestations and music events after two years since all of the events that included gatherings of people were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dayton Music Fest is returning to downtown Dayton on October 21 and October 22 for the 18th time. The event will take place at Blind Bob’s and Yellow Cab Tavern.
The event planners are working on putting together a concert that will include both established musicians and up-and-coming artists.
Nathan Peters, Dayton Music Fest organizer, stated in a press release, “It’s been exciting to see how this year’s lineup has come together. From some amazing Dayton reunions, to getting Haunting Souls, who haven’t played with this original lineup since 1989, and working with some of our favorite acts that are up and coming today, this will be an incredible year for Dayton Music Fest!”
There will be a total of twenty bands performing, in addition to MCs, hip-hop artists, and DJs. At 6 p.m. on both evenings, five “Songwriters in the Round” will perform at Yellow Cab Tavern. Around 8 o’clock in the evening, full bands will begin performing at each venue.
Tickets for the two-day weekend event may be purchased in advance for $20 and at the door for $25. Tickets for a single day may be purchased at the door on Friday and Saturday for the price of $15.
430 E. Fifth Street is the address of Blind Bob’s. At 700 East Fourth Street is where you will find the Yellow Cab Tavern.
Tickets may be purchased at https://ten-high-productions.square.site/, and more information on the Dayton Music Fest can be found at https://www.facebook.com/daytonmusicfest/.