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Thursday's Edgewater LIVE canceled again due to weather

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Posted at 11:35 AM, Jun 20, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-20 11:35:13-04

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Metroparks has canceled Thursday’s Edgewater LIVE event again due to expected inclement weather, the third such time in just several weeks.

The series will resume tomorrow night with Euclid Beach LIVE featuring Sending up Songs of Praise, park officials said. Euclid Beach LIVE, at the Euclid Beach Pier, offers visitors a food from a selection of food trucks and free music.

Due to Thursday's cancellation, the June 27 Edgewater LIVE will feature dual headliners Recess and Front Porch Lights, as well as Tri-C opening act Grenon.

The May 30 and June 13 Edgewater LIVE events were also canceled due to rain. An August 15 date was added to feature the headliners impacted by those cancellations.

RELATED: First Edgewater LIVE of the season postponed due to weather conditions

The schedule for the remaining events is below:

Edgewater LIVE lineup

May 30: Cleveland's Breakfast Club | ’80s Rock (CANCELED)
June 6: Bronx Country | Country
June 13: Carlos Jones and the P.L.U.S. Band | Reggae (CANCELED)
June 20: Front Porch Lights | Indie Rock
June 27: Recess | Pop / Rock and Front Porch Lights | Indie Rock
July 11: The Benjaminz | R&B / Motown
July 18: Disco Inferno | Disco / Funk / ’70s & ‘80s
July 25: The Cover Ups | ‘90s / Rocking Dance Party
August 1: The Prince Project Band | Prince Tribute Band
August 15: Cleveland's Breakfast Club | '80s Rock and Carlos Jones and the P.L.U.S. Band | Reggae

Euclid Beach LIVE lineup:

May 31: The Mourning Glory Band | Classic Rock
June 7: Aretifex | R&B / Motown
June 14: Rare Image | Motown
June 21: Sending up Songs of Praise | Gospel
June 28: Kinsman Dazz Band All Stars with Just Charnise | R&B
July 12: Funkyard X | Funk / R&B
July 19: Shout | Top 40 / R&B
July 26: Ras T Dubflex | Reggae
August 2: Russell Thompson and the Free Agent Band | Jazz

RELATED: Everything you need to know about the Cleveland Metroparks summer-long concert series