Zing in the City brings RED, WHITE & BLUE FUN downtown on June 30
CANTON, OHIO (June 22, 2010) – Come downtown on Wednesday, June 30, for some red, white and blue music under the twilight’s last gleaming at Zing in the City! This FREE spectacular summer symphony performance is sure to have you waving your flag! Prepare to take an amaZING Patriotic Adventure with the Canton Symphony Orchestra under the direction of assistant conductor Matthew Brown! You’ll be proud to be an American with moving performances of 1812 Overture, The Stars and Stripes Forever, America the Beautiful and the Star Spangled Banner. Theatre-style concession snacks will be on sale for munching. The Star-Spangled Spectacular begins at 8 p.m. and a dazzling array of bombs bursting in air will kick off at 10 p.m., presented by Schulman & Zimmerman. Come downtown early to save your seats and enjoy the oldies music of Ryan Parkinson from 5 - 7 p.m., with other patriotic celebrations happening at 7 p.m., including a Salute to our Soldiers, presented by Gasser Fine Jewelers. Have little ones? Bring them down for crafts and make-and-take activities, or stroll along the “artists’ row” while enjoying in-crowd entertainment from clowns, magicians and other performers! The amaZING Patriotic Adventure is happening in downtown Canton along Market Ave. N between Third and Fourth Sts. NW in the Kresge Green and surrounding area. Generous sponsors to Zing in the City include The Timken Company, Aultman Health Foundation, AultCare, Schulman Zimmerman & Associates, Downtown Canton Special Improvement District, Gasser Fine Jewelers, Blue Moon, The City of Canton, Mix 94.1 and News-Talk WHBC 1480 AM, PPI Graphics, The Repository, Stark County District Library, Canton Chair Rental, King Properties and Lee Spencer Photography. Visit www.ZingintheCity.com for more information and a full schedule of the evening’s festivities.