Dayton, Ohio (WDTN) - The Downtown Dayton Revival Music Festival is now just two weeks away with performances by Train, John Legend, Guided by Voices, The Ohio Players, Guster, Rusted Root and many more!
This two-day street festival is coming up Sept. 8-9, when three stages will be set up in downtown Dayton.
Those locations have just been announced.
The first is in the field where the old Patterson HS sat.
The 2nd is behind Memorial Hall and the 3rd is on St. Clair in front of Cooper Park.
Festival organizers hope the event brings Dayton into the national music scene.
In addition to more than 30 bands, there are family-friendly events, as well as other activities and of course plenty of food and drink.
Festival attendance will be limited to 40,000 for the weekend.
For two day tickets and a complete performance line-up, plus concert updates click here
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