Cleveland (June 11, 2019)–The Cleveland Museum of Art’s City Stages returns for a series of summer block parties in front of Transformer Station on three Wednesday evenings in July at 7:30 p.m. City Stages is the museum’s acclaimed global music series that brings international artists to this neighborhood stage. For more information visit cma.org/citystages.
Music starts at 7:30 pm.
Wednesday, July 10: Tal National
Combining original music with traditional arrangements of West African folk songs and incorporating themes of love, tolerance, peace and beauty.
Wednesday, July 24: Garifuna Collective
Blending contemporary Garifuna roots music with dance performed by composers and musicians who push the boundaries of this Central American musical tradition.
Wednesday, July 31: BKO
Presenting a journey into the heart of contemporary Malian music, combining two of the West African nation’s most well-known traditions.
CMA Studio Go
Stop by Studio Go, the CMA’s mobile art studio, to participate in hands-on art-making activities, pop-up drawing classes, and other family-oriented art projects. On-site at Transformer Station each concert night from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Food and Drink
Food and drinks available for purchase from on-site food trucks.
Performing Arts 2018–2019 Season Sponsor: Medical Mutual
City Stages Contributing Sponsor: Ohio City Incorporated