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Location

Burnet Woods Bandstand
Burnet Woods Drive, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Date

Jul 13, 2022
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Time

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Burning Caravan at Wednesdays in the Woods

Celebrate everything great about summer outdoors and in-person at Clifton Cultural Arts Center’s spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts. Presented by the Louis & Melba Schott Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, CCAC’s 14th annual summer concert series celebrates art, music, community, diversity and connection – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!

  • Tonight’s dessert vendor is streetpops. (No dinner vendor for tonight, so bring your own picnic!)
  • We’re making Campfires at the Kids Art Corner, sponsored by the Scripps Howard Foundation.

View full Wednesdays in the Woods lineup

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About the Band: Burning Caravan

Burning Caravan is a Cincinnati-based four piece gypsy jazz, swing and Americana instrumental and vocal ensemble performing songs of Django Reinhardt, Sidney Bechet, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Dan Hicks, Pokey LeFarge and others.

The band was formed in 2008 by Paul Gibby as “The Hot Club of Terrace Park,” a weekly gypsy jazz jam session at Dilly Deli in Mariemont. The band soon found work as a four-piece ensemble renamed ‘Burning Caravan,’ and has been performing regularly in the Cincinnati jazz scene since. In September 2016, Cincy Magazine named “The Burning Caravan at Japp’s” #6 on their ‘Best of the City’ list. Current members are: Chris Miller, trumpet, vocals and percussion; Mike Barrett, guitar and vocals; Bart Johnson, bass and vocals; and Brian Lovely, lead guitar.

In addition to regular appearances at Japp’s, Burning Caravan has performed at Taste of Cincinnati, Maifest, Summerfair, Bockfest, Findlay Market, Mecklenburg Gardens, Cafe Vivace, Behringer-Crawford Museum Concert Series, Baker-Hunt Arts Center Concert Series, Irish Heritage Center of Cincinnati, Myrtle’s, Neon’s, Dilly Deli, The Harth and Kerrikin Spirits.

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