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Dayton Old Timers Weekend Presents:

Bands on the Run

July 25th

Bands on the Run

About the Event

“Bands on the Run” Concert will begin at 5:30pm on
July 25
th and will end around 8:30pm. 

Nine different bands
will play in nine zones around town (see map), rotating every 20 minutes or so. This will allow folks to come outside and enjoy music right in front of their homes. Even if the bands are not coming directly in front of your home, they can still be heard from a block away.
All zones will
hear every band! 

Bands on the Run Zones

"Bands on the Run" Lineup

 

Band Name

Type of Music

Coral Creek Bluegrass

Bluegrass & Oregon tunes

Wild Ride

County & Gospel

Phoenix

Bluegrass & Folk

Dusty Rust

Neo County Honky Tonk

Mark Seymour & Friends

Americana

Mark Stevenz as Elvis

All you favorites from
the King

Gypsy Marshall Duo

Bringing Back the Memories

Ayala’s Band

Latin Music

Wheelhouse

Cover Band


Dayton Fire District Fundraiser
Community Dinner Food Delivery

 

The City is excited to present a “Don’t Stand So Close To Me” community dinner. Simply place a delivery order with your favorite Dayton restaurant during the “Bands on the Run” event and volunteers from the Fire District will deliver your order right to your yard!  This fundraiser is replacing the annual chicken BBQ and all tips are a donation to the Fire District, so let’s be generous! 

Whatever your dinner plans, why not eat outside
with your neighbors to enjoy the music?

History of Old Timers Picnic/Weekend

Held on the last weekend in July, this annual celebration began in 1934 and was a day set aside for all Dayton residents to renew old friendships and make new ones.  The picnic began as a celebration potluck with all participants contributing to one main table.

Throughout the years, the gathering has become a time of family gatherings and class reunions where old timers continue to gather.  This tradition is still continuing after 85 years.  In 1980 the Old Timers Picnic name was changed to the Old Timers Weekend in order to celebrate 100 years of incorporation of the City of Dayton.

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