2024 East Green Summer Concert Series Season Lineup Announced

May 16, 2024

The East Green Summer Concert Series is excited to present their entertaining and diverse lineup of artists from around the country and around the corner for the 2024 East Green Summer Concert Series.

2024 East Green Summer Concert Series will consist of six free concerts that will begin at 8 pm and are presented every other Saturday evening at the Frost Kalnow Amphitheater in downtown Tiffin.

The East Green Summer Concert Series full season is sponsored by Reineke Family Dealerships. The series was organized as a nonprofit organization to promote fine arts, the performing arts and music education while engaging the community as determined by the board of directors. The East Green park is managed in conjunction with Tiffin Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, visit www.eastgreenconcerts.com.

Hubb's Groove

June 15  8 to 10 PM

To kick off the 2024 season, they welcome Cleveland band Hubb’s Groove on Saturday, June 15th in Tiffin’s second annual Juneteenth Celebration. Hubb’s Groove fuses together a large range of genres including soul, jazz, gospel, and R&B. The band is headed by acclaimed drummer Robert Hubbard Jr., who helped found the group in 1995. Hubb’s Groove, formerly known as Moment’s Notice, maintains a faithful following in Northeast Ohio and has performed alongside celebrated vocalists such as Angela Bofill, Roger Smith, Markus Johnson, and many more. They have also opened for Earth, Wind & Fire, Yellowjackets, Randy Crawford, among others. Hubb’s Groove holds the title of Cleveland’s Band of the Year in 2019 and Cleveland’s Best Jazz Band in 2022 by the Cleveland Music Awards.




June 29  8 to 10 PM

On Saturday, June 29, they welcome Nashville funksters, The Aquaducks, for an evening of funk and soul. The Aquaducks bring a fresh take to funk, with an infectious energy to satisfy all audiences. Taking inspiration from Stevie Wonder and Lettuce, The Aquaducks bring the fun to each of their live shows, as a Brooklyn blog described the band as "Dripping with enough funk to fill several swimming pools.” They have made several festival appearances including Bonnaroo, Rochester International Jazz Festival, FiBArk Festival, and countless regional festivals. Since 2016, The Aquaducks have released three EP’s and a live album. Their 2019 release, “The Deep End,” caught the attention of many, as the track “Got Me Funked Up” gained popularity through Spotify’s All Funked Up playlist. The Ducks’ recent EP “Solid Gold” provides 26 minutes of catchy melodies and grooves that are sure to get listeners on their feet. 


HERstory: A Tribute to Powerful Women in Music

July 13  8 to 10 PM

On Saturday, July 13, they welcome back some familiar faces to Tiffin, with a new show created especially for the East Green stage, “HERstory: A Tribute to Powerful Women in Music.” The show features East Green favorite PRISCA and Tiffin native Regina Sayles, performing classics from the last half century of popular music.

PRISCA is a songwriter and pop artist based in Atlanta, and currently serving as Artist-in-Residence at Tiffin University. With music that reflects the same diversity of colors and styles as her ever-changing hair, PRISCA has been called upon to write for both independent and label artists in the likes of Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Christina Aguilera, Jesse McCartney, The Voice, American Idol and many others. PRISCA has also sung alongside Kelly Clarkson, Ben Folds, Tegan and Sara, and Elle King.

Regina Sayles carries a wide reputation as a dynamic singer/songwriter and most recently, studio producer. Her sound blends pop, jazz, rock, and country, and she performs over 100 shows each year around the Northeast and Midwest. Regina has shared the stage with Tret Fure and Ani Defranco, and she has opened for Pat Benatar, the Steve Miller Band, Frankie Ballard and Dan & Shay. Her high-energy originals and familiar covers give even the most diverse audiences lots to enjoy.

The show will also bring together female musicians from around the region, sharing the stage for an evening of entertaining and inspiring popular songs.


Motor City Josh Big Band

July 27  8 to PM

On Saturday, July 27, they welcome Detroit blues band Motor City Josh Big Band in its premiere performance on the East Green stage. Headed by Joshua Ford, the band has shared their timeless blues sound with audiences internationally. Ford opened The Sound Shop Recording Studios in 2019, where he has worked as an acclaimed recording engineer, producer, and collaborator on over 250 recording projects. His studio work and live performances have granted him several honors from the Detroit Music Awards such as Outstanding Live Performance in 2020, Outstanding Blues Group in 2020, and Outstanding Record Producer in 2021. Since 1996, Motor City Josh has made over 25 festival appearances throughout the US and the UK. Their most recent album “Finding A New Gear” marks Motor City Josh’s 13th album release and offers a classic take on their signature sound that audiences have grown to love. (Photo by Dori Sumter, used with permission)


The Together Band

August 10  8 to 10 PM

On Saturday, August 10, they welcome back The Together Band to the East Green stage. Hailing from Northern Ohio, The Together Band fuses classic rock, funk, and soul for an evening of familiar favorites. The premier concert band with horns frequently appears across Northwest Ohio for shows in Findlay, Fremont, Clyde, Tiffin, and more. The Together Band has established a prominent local following after years of performance, pleasing audiences since the 70s. The band has performed in a three-state area, recording multiple records and playing with bands such as Ambrosia, Eddie Money and Rare Earth along with regional performances all over Ohio.

Stolen Silver

August 24  8 to 10 PM

On Saturday, August 24, they welcome folk rock band Stolen Silver back to Tiffin. Stolen Silver joined them during the first East Green Summer Concert Series in 2018, and they are bringing their skills back to the Frost Kalnow Amphitheatre this summer. Fronted by Levi Britton and Dan Myers, Stolen Silver’s style ranges from Indie-Folk to Americana to Pop-Rock. The band was originally a folk duo, but they have since expanded into a full six-piece band of experienced multi-instrumentalists from Chicago and Traverse City, MI. Stolen Silver has earned headlining bills at LA's Hotel Cafe and Chicago's renowned venues Hideout, Empty Bottle, Ravinia and Schubas, where they hosted a month-long residency after releasing a video for their previous single "Carbon Copy." They've also earned the seal of approval from WXRT and WLUW Radio, WGN-TV, UR Chicago, American Way and the Tribune's Red Eye edition.

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