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Date:  Oct. 02, 2009
Media Contact:
Lauren Hammond

Carmel Arts & Design District  Continues Concert Series with Sunday “Jazz on the Monon”
Seasonal outdoor music series showcases local musicians

Carmel, Ind. – This October, the beauty and artistry synonymous with the Carmel Arts & Design District will extend beyond its galleries once again. Summer may be over, but the music goes on this fall during a reprisal of the popular Jazz on the Monon family concert series. Beginning Oct. 4, the District reinstitutes free afternoon concerts every Sunday.

Musicians will take the stage in the grassy area located on the southwest corner of Main Street and the Monon Greenway from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday of October.  Local performers scheduled to appear include:

  • October 4 – Heather Ramsey
  • October 11 – Carl Hines
  • October 18 – Wendy Reed
  • October 25 – Blair Clark

Concert attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs or blankets, and bike racks will be provided for guests that prefer to pedal and park. Bike racks will not be monitored, so guests should plan to bring a lock to secure their bicycle. For visitors arriving by car, parking is available at the Carmel Lions Club parking lot, Indiana Design Center underground garage and other public parking areas, as well as on-street parking in the District.

For a more information about Carmel Arts & Design District events during “Carmel Arts Month” and throughout the year, visit www.carmelartsanddesign.com or call 317.571.ARTS.

The Carmel Arts & Design District is the Midwest’s newest, premier setting for the arts and design industry. Already it has attracted well over 100 businesses, including art galleries, antique dealers, furniture and interior design showrooms, even a race track design company! There are restaurants, boutiques, creative service providers, and an eclectic variety of specialty retail stores. And the list of merchants continues to grow.

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