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Jousting is one of the main attractions at the Iowa Renaissance Festival & Gathering o’ Celts, held over Memorial Day weekend and June 3 and 4 in Middle Amana Park.
The festival helps launch the summer outdoor season, with various history-inspired re-enactments, encampments, food and music. The amphitheater is a hotbed of activity during the summer, from concerts to community festivals.
(The Gazette)Garrison Keillor walks among the audience as he opens his 2015 performance of “A Prairie Home Companion: The America the Beautiful Tour” at the Mc Grath Amphitheatre in Cedar Rapids. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) ‘Ragtime’ Revival Theatre show highlights issues still relevant today Review: ‘Motown: The Musical ‘ a smooth slide through Motown history New play ‘Apples in Winter’ rolls questions into pies Theatre Cedar Rapids looks ‘Beyond the Stage’ Women’s March coming to Iowa City’s Film Scene Art Fairs, festivals, concerts and plays are among the building blocks for cultural fun under the summer sun and stars.
Here’s a look at just some of the outdoor events happening around Eastern Iowa.
More will pop up, so keep checking the calendar listings at IOWA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL & GATHERING O’ CELTS: 10 a.m. 2 and 16, downtown Cedar Rapids; Market After Dark: to 11 p.m. 26; Cedarrapids.org/events/farmers-market MARION BBQ RENDEZVOUS: 11 a.m. June 3, City Square Park, Marion; barbecue vendors, beer, live music, kids’ activities; Facebook.com/rendezvous TANAGER PLACE SUMMER FEST: to p.m. SW, Cedar Rapids; kolach sales, games, carnival rides, music, food; Stludmila.org/kolachfestival RIVERSIDE THEATRE IN THE PARK: Festival Stage, Lower City Park, Iowa City; “Macbeth,” June 9 to 18, “The Bomb-itty of Errors,” June 23 to July 2; times and dates vary; to , (319) 338-7672, gate or Riversidetheatre.org/shows/ FREE MOVIE SERIES: Saturday nights, June 10 to 24, July 8 to 29 and Aug. ALSO: Dispatch, July 3; Diana Ross, July 9; In This Moment, July 12; Lifehouse & Switchfoot, July 25; 2Cellos, July 27; Primus, Aug. 10; tickets and details, Mcgrathamphitheatre.com/events/ MARION COMMUNITY BANDS: 7 p.m.
25, Pedestrian Plaza by Sheraton Iowa City Hotel, downtown Iowa City; rain site Chauncey Swan Parking Ramp, free admission; UPTOWN FRIDAY NIGHTS: 6 p.m. NE, Cedar Rapids; activities, displays, entertainment; free; Tanagerplace.org/event/summer-fest-2017 CEDAR RAPIDS MUNICIPAL BAND: 20 free concerts, generally p.m. 6; professional ensemble performing in metro area parks and neighborhoods; AMERICA’S RIVER FESTIVAL: June 8 to 10, Port of Dubuque, East Third Street, along the Mississippi River in downtown Dubuque; regional and national bands, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on June 8, Tucker Beathard and Old Dominion on June 9, and the Little River Band, The Guess Who and Styx on June 10; Saturday afternoon craft beer Tappening; tickets and admission varies; ROBINS ROUNDUP: 5 p.m. SE, Cedar Rapids; one-act interactive comic opera, bring seating; tickets, or (319) 362-7375; information Cr-opera.org/Content/CEDAR RAPIDS FREEDOM FESTIVAL: June 11 to July 4, Cedar Rapids metro area; June 11 Praise on the River; June 15 Tribute to Heroes dinner; June 25 Army Band concert; June 30 concert at New Bo.
Complete schedule: Freedomfestival.com/events/ CRBT MOVIES ON THE RIVERBANK: June 17, “The Secret Life of Pets”; July 15, “Sing”; Aug. activities, movie at dusk, Mc Grath Amphitheatre, 475 First St.
SW, Cedar Rapids; IRISH DISTRICT MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL: 4 to 10 p.m.
June 17, Shores Central Park Building, 700 16th St.
NE, Cedar Rapids; live music, local food and arts vendors, Kid Zone; adults at the gate, free ages 12 and under with adult; WURST FEST: June 17, Amana Colonies; BALLOON GLOW: 6 to 10 p.m. SE, Cedar Rapids; music, food, tethered hot-air balloons; free with Freedom Festival button, available at gate beginning at p.m.; CEDAR RAPIDS BBQ ROUNDUP: June 22 to 25, Mc Grath Amphitheatre, 475 First St. Threshers Rd., Mount Pleasant; museums, displays, parades, steam engines, country concerts; l Comments: (319) 368-8508; [email protected] bluesman Kevin “B.