Walk the Moon to Headline the Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial Closing Concert

Tickets are on sale now.

click to enlarge Cincinnati's Walk the Moon plays the Andrew J Brady Music Center on Oct. 15. - Photo: Grant Spanier
Photo: Grant Spanier
Cincinnati's Walk the Moon plays the Andrew J Brady Music Center on Oct. 15.

Cincinnati native Walk the Moon will be coming back to the Queen City for a concert that marks the end of the Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial celebration.

The year-long celebration marking the 200-year anniversary of the founding of Cincinnati’s first Jewish cemetery will culminate in a concert at the Andrew J Brady Music Center on Oct. 15.

“Legacy: A Concert for Cincinnati” will feature co-headliners Walk the Moon and Grammy-nominated Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue plus special guest Lawrence.

“Our objectives for this Bicentennial have always been to INSPIRE, ELEVATE, and CONNECT,” Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial co-chair Kim Heiman said in a press release. “Through the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, and with help from numerous sponsors and partners, we have helped create more than 50 events, exhibitions, and experiences since September of 2021. More than 25,000 people have commemorated this milestone with us. We like to say that this concert is one night, 200 years in the making!”

Tickets cost $20 and are on sale now at ticketmaster.com and bradymusiccenter.com.

The Andrew J Brady Music Center is located at 25 Race St., The Banks.

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