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CeeLo Green, Sugar Ray Among Top Acts For Stamford's Alive@Five

For more information about Alive@Five  and Wednesday Nite Live visit Stamford-Downtown.com/Events
For more information about Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live visit Stamford-Downtown.com/Events Video Credit: StamfordDowntownDSSD

STAMFORD, Conn. – Lovers of all types of music will find something to match their taste in downtown Stamford this summer when the Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live concert series kick off in Columbus Park in July.

Alive@Five opens on Thursday, July 6 at 5 p.m. with a performance by CeeLo Green. The concert series runs for six Thursdays.

Wednesday Nite Live opens on Wednesday, July 12 at 6:30 p.m. with a performance by Dionne Warwick and runs for four Wednesdays.

In addition to Green on July 6, the Alive@Five 2017 line-up includes:

  • July 13: Ziggy Marley
  • July 20: Sugar Ray
  • July 27: Rachel Platten
  • Aug. 3: Plain White T's
  • Aug. 10: Phillip Phillips

In addition to Warwick on July 12, the Wednesday Nite Live line-up includes:

  • July 19: The Guess Who
  • July 26: Kool & The Gang
  • Aug. 2: The Four Tops

The Alive@Five concert series is produced by Stamford Downtown Special Services District in partnership with Reckson and BevMax. The festival entrance fee is $15, and only those over 21 will be admitted.

Wednesday Nite Live is presented by Morgan Stanley in partnership with City Carting & Recycling and is produced by Stamford Downtown Special Services District and the city of Stamford. The festival entrance fee is $15.

For more information and a complete list of rules and restricted items, visit www.stamford-downtown.com .

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