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List: Uptown Columbus releases spring events

(Source: Uptown Columbus Facebook) (Source: Uptown Columbus Facebook)
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With the weather starting to warm up, now seems like the perfect time to start looking for springtime events and Uptown Columbus is here to help. They have just released their list of events coming up over the next few months.

The spring events kick off on St. Patrick’s Day, Mar. 17 with the St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival taking place on the 1000 block of Broadway from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. with music from Wolf & Clover and The Ragbirds.

The always-popular Friday Night Concert Series returns Apr. 6 with Departure: Journey Tribute Band.

Check out the list of the rest of the events, including the Friday night concerts below.

  • Spring Food Truck Festival
    • Mar. 24, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • Woodruff Park
    • $5 Cash
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • Apr. 6
    • Departure: Journey Tribute Band
  • Art is for Everyone & Strut the Hooch Parade
    • Apr. 7
    • 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
    • Market Days on Broadway
    • Free
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • Apr. 13
    • Lloyd Buchanan & Cubed Roots
  • Paddle South Freestyle Kayak Competition
    • Apr. 14 & 15
    • RiverWalk Island
    • Free
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • Apr. 20
    • River City Horns: Rhythm, Blues & Soul
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • Apr. 27
    • Peggy Jenkins & the Bizness
  • RiverFest & World Paddleboard Championship
    • May 4 at 6:30 p.m. and May 5 at 8 a.m.
    • Woodruff Park
    • Free
    • Music from D.S.O.S. in a tribute to Queen and AC/DC
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • May 4
    • Ultimate Garth Brooks Tribute Band
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • May 11
    • Mike Jerel & the Chemistry Project
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • May 18
    • Jain Hand Band: Allman Brothers Tribute Band
  • Friday Night Concert Series
    • May 25
    • Slippery When Wet: Bon Jovi Tribute Band
  • UCI Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup
    • June 2 at 7 p.m. and June 3 at 12 p.m.
    • 1000 Block of Broadway
    • Free

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