Summer In The City: July 2018

. June 30, 2018.
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Festival

Come out and party with thousands of other Toledoans at the Museum’s fifth annual Block Party featuring live entertainment, food, and music.

6-10pm | Saturday, July 7th
Toledo Museum of Art | 2445 Monroe St.
419-255-8000 | toledomuseum.org
Free

Music

Revel in a night full of drinks, small bites and jazz. Join Strive Toledo, a non-profit partnering with law enforcement and educators to promote education, physical fitness and social development for youth, for live music provided by Damen Cook and Friends at Jazz at the Toledo Police Museum “After Work” gathering.

$30-$35
5:30-8:30pm | Friday, July 13th
Toledo Police Museum | 2201 Kenwood Blvd
419-322-8424 | toledopolicemuseum.com

Music

Surf the U.S.A. with The Beach Boys at their Centennial Terrace concert. Listen to the band’s hits, dubbed the “Sounds of Summer”, while soaking up some sun and drinking a beer or two.

$32-$60
7:30pm | July 18th
Centennial Terrace | 5773 Centennial Rd. | Sylvania
419-381-8851 | centennialterrace.org

6th Annual Classic Car & Truck Show

Show off your historical car or come check out automobiles on display.

5-8pm | July 19th
To register, call 419-661-5036
Hollywood Casino | 1968 Miami St.
419-661-5200 | hollywoodtoledo.com
Free

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