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Music and arts highlight weekend’s entertainment

The Oats Park Arts Center’s two exhibitions, including Michelle Osman’s “I Saw Above Me That Endless Skyway,” are open for viewing after the concert.?
Courtesy of Churchill Arts Center

In addition to the year’s first free concert-in-the-park with singer-songwriter Rocky Dawuni at Centennial Stage on Saturday, this will be the final time art lovers will be able to see two exhibitions at the Oats Park Art Center.

The summer’s first free performance is June 15 at Oats Park’s Centennial Stage and is presented in cooperation with the mayor, city council and city of Fallon.

Dawuni performs his signature “Afro Roots” music, a mixture of Reggae, Afrobeat, Highlife and soul. Dawuni has shared the stage with Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, Bono, Jason Mraz, Janelle Monae and John Legend, among many others. CNN named him one of Africa’s Top 10 global stars, and he has played at prestigious venues such as The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

Also at the June concert, the Churchill Economic Development Authority is having its fourth annual “Please Don’t Make Me Attend Another Event” raffle. 3C’s Catering/The Running Iron Café and Twisted Branch will be on hand for food and drinks. The fun starts at 5 p.m. and continues through the Concert in the Park. The Art Bar will open beginning at 9 p.m. after the concert, and it will be the last public opportunity to view both art shows.

All gold tickets guarantee a ticket for a meal at the concert, and the first 50 silver/bronze tickets will also receive one meal ticket for each raffle ticket purchased. Beverage vendors will also be on site.

Tickets are available for purchase at the CEDA

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