Party in the Park, an annual Cincinnati tradition located at the Serpentine Wall at Yeatman's Cove, will begin its 2014 season Wednesday with a 16-week music lineup throughout the summer.
Organizers said acts scheduled to perform at both Bunbury and Buckle Up festivals will be at Party in the Park July 9 and 16 -- including The Yugos, Archer's Paradox, Great Good Fine OK and The Alternate Routes.
"This season we have been able to combine the region's longest-running music party in Party in the Park with two up-and-coming music festivals with Bunbury and Buckle Up, and with that type of blend, there won't be a week you will want to miss by the river," said Patrick Sheeran, Vice-President of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. "It's the perfect mix of local and national musical acts, cold beer, and great friends in one of Cincinnati's most ideal settings."
Happy Hour from 5 to 6:30 p.m. features discount prices on Bud Light. Strong's Bick Oven Pizzeria is also available for purchase.
Party in the Park is presented by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Bud Light and 96 Rock and runs 5 to 10 p.m. every Wednesday through August 20.
Party in the Park 2014 Music Lineup
May 7 – Naked Karate Girls
May 14 – Zack Attack
May 21 – Danny Frazier Band
May 28 – Final Order
June 4 – Flip Cup All-Stars
June 11 – The Menus
June 18 – Dan Varner Band
June 25 – LDNL
July 2 – DV8
July 9 – The Yugos (5:30-6:55pm)
Archer's Paradox (7:25-8:20pm)
Great Good Fine OK (9:10-10:00pm)
July 16 – Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle (5:00-8:00pm)
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