EVENTS & CONCERTS: THE YOUNGSTOWN EXPERIENCE
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Celebrate Poland is a fun family-friendly celebration in honor of the community of Poland, Ohio! The community of Poland and the surrounding areas come together for this two day fun filled event. Celebrate Poland includes Fireworks, Bands, Craft Show, Poland Idol Singing Contest, Food Vendors, Parade, Chalk It Up Sidewalk Art, and many other events for […]Find out more »
Ribbers & Rockers Unite For Summer's Ultimate National Rib Cook-Off & Music Festival! Admission is $7.00 per person per day. Advance weekend pass is $25.00. Both single day and weekend passes are on sale at ribsnrock.com. Gates open at noon June 27-30. Entertainment schedule: Thursday, June 27 6:00pm Generation Rock 8:00pm The Clarks Friday, June […]Find out more »
Part scavenger hunt, part road trip, the Amazing History Race is a fun summer evening event that tests your knowledge of local history. Individuals or teams will begin their vehicular adventure with a set of clues directing them to a number of different landmark sites spread throughout the Valley. If you're directionally (or historically) challenged, […]Find out more »
The Youngstown Playhouse presents Broadway in Color: A Musical Revue in the Moyer Room. A retrospective of stage musicals depicting the African-American experience, spanning nearly a century and featuring some of the greatest show stopping songs in Broadway history. Performances are Friday, June 21 at 7:30pm; Saturday, June 22 at 7:30pm; Sunday, June 23 at 2:30pm; Friday, June 28 at […]Find out more »
Classic rock band Chicago will return to Youngstown on Friday, June 28 for an 8:00pm concert at The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre. Gates open at 7:00pm. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Chicago has produced dozens of hit songs since the act premiered in 1970, including “25 or 6 to 4,” “Does Anybody Really Know […]Find out more »