Wednesdays at the Plaza returns to Millennium

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Wednesdays at the Plaza, a free Summer concert series, will return to downtown Aurora for three dates in the Summer. The concerts will be held at the gazebo at Millennium Plaza, 21 S. Stolp Avenue, June 20, July 18, and August 15.
Each third Wednesday evening, June through August, will feature two bands along with food trucks, and a beer tent from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m..
• June 20: Soul Krave and Rebel Soul Revival will perform. A-Town Hot Dogs and Foxy’s Ice Cream are visiting food trucks. Leland Legends will be host to a beer tent in the lawn.
• July 18: The Reserve and Stumpwater will perform. Grumpy Gaucho adds to the food truck lineup.
• August 15: Saint Astro and Kevin Andrew Prchal will perform. A-Town Hot Dogs and Foxy’s Ice Cream will be visiting food trucks.
The free and family-friendly concert series was started in 2016 by Marissa Amoni and Tony Scott, and is presented by Aurora Downtown, a nonprofit of business and property owners in downtown Aurora’s Special Service Area #One.
“We’re very excited about the double bill this year. It’s great to grow the popular Summer concerts, and continue to offer free entertainment throughout the season,” said Amoni, event coordinator for Aurora Downtown.
Wednesdays at the Plaza is sponsored by Aurora Downtown, City of Aurora, Leland Legends, The Compounder, Reuland Food Service, Konen Insurance, realtor Vicki McCoy, and Yetee Records.
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—Aurora Downtown

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