We hope you are ready for a beautiful kick-off to summer with Debbie Duncan at Live on the Drive 2015. Duncan’s beautiful jazz melodies will fill the parkway on June 11th from 6-8pm and we hope you and your neighbors are available to hear it.
This year we’ll bring back the great food vendor selection, so come with an appetite! We’ll have food from The Lowry Cafe, Mama Donato’s Woodfired Pizza, Sandy’s, and Nona Rosa’s.
The evening doesn’t stop when the music does, we’ve got a movie on the parkway at dusk. Diary of a Wimpy Kid will be showing about 8:30pm after the concert. Stay the whole evening and enjoy the show.
We are still looking for help distributing movie posters and fliers. If you are able to help us with distribution or volunteer to help with our Social Media please contact the office at 612-588-1155 or email cna@Clevelandneighborhood.org
Live on the Drive is presented by the Cleveland Neighborhood Association with our founding partner, North Memorial, and partner Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. Thanks to our sponsors North End Hardware and The Lowry Café, Westphal Auxiliary Legion, Insight News, Healy Creative, North News, Victory Neighborhood Association, Washburn-McReavy, A-Sign 4 U, Hawthorne Neighborhood Council and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council. This activity is funded, in part, by appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State’s general fund, and its arts and cultural heritage fund that was created by a vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.
Live on the Drive brings people together from across the Northside and throughout the greater Twin Cities to hear extraordinary music and to celebrate summer, good health and Northside city living. Last summer, over 4,500 people attended, and we expect even more will come out to see this summer’s incredible slate of Minneapolis-based musicians: jazz vocalist Debbie Duncan (June 11th), Hip-Hop Artist Toki Wright (July 9th), and Guitarist Javier Trejo (August 13th). Food vendors and Movies in the Park are back to finish out each concert night: Diary of a Wimpy Kid (June 11th), We Bought a Zoo (July 9th), and The Blind Side (August 13th). Our Artist Spotlights during intermission and more will round out what has become a staple of summer on the Northside.
For more information, call 612-588-1155 or visit LiveOnTheDrive.org