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TICKET DEAL: The Pixies one of 40 concerts you can see for $25 this summer

If you’re looking for a bargain on summer concert tickets, consider a trip or two to Indianapolis.

Live Nation Entertainment is promoting a 4th of July Ticket ‘Explosion’, with all tickets on sale for $25 for 40 concerts in Indiana.

All three Indiana concert venues participating in the sale are approximately a two-hour drive from the Dayton-area. The venues include Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park and Old National Centre.


Starting Friday, June 29, at 10 a.m. through 10 p.m. Monday, July 9th. Tickets are available only online and can be purchased while supplies last at .

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Ruoff Home Mortage Music Center

Indiana’s largest outdoor music venue

7/8 — Weezer & Pixies

7/11 — Styx & Joan Jett

7/12 — Lindsey Stirling & Evanesence

7/13 — Foreigner w/ Whitesnake

7/20 — Bush, STP & The Cult

7/31 — Wiz Khalifa & Rae Sremmurd

8/5 — Charlie Puth & Hailee Steinfeld

8/10 — Jeff Beck & Paul Rogers

8/11 — Chicago & REO Speedwagon

8/12 — Avenged Sevenfold

8/17 — G-Eazy w/ Lil Uzi Vert, Ty Dolla $ign

8/23 — Gov’t Mule & The Avett Brothers

8/26 — Niall Horan & Maren Morris

9/6 — Counting Crows & LIVE

9/8 — Pentatonix w/ Echosmith

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Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park

7/17 — Halsey w/ Jessie Reyez

7/20 — Tedeschi Trucks Band

7/28 — Portugal. The Man

8/1 — Walk The Moon w/ COIN

8/11 — Umphrey’s McGee w/ Spafford

8/12 — Blackberry Smoke & JJ Grey

8/18 — Dwight Yoakam

8/24 — Jason Mraz & Brett Dennen


8/28 — O.A.R. w/ Matt Nathanson

9/15 — Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

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Old National Centre

7/8 — The Pretenders

7/10 — STS9

7/14— David Cross

7/16 — A$AP Ferg

7/24 — Dispatch

8/5 — Dashboard Confessional

8/7 — Chris Robinson Brotherhood

8/22 — American Idol

8/26 — Descendents

10/5 — Lewis Black

10/19 — Candlebox

10/21 — Disney Jr. Dance Party

11/10 — Kansas

11/25 — Kansas


Show your PRIDE in Yellow Springs this weekend

The streets of Yellow Springs will be filled with a colorful celebration all day Saturday during Pride 2018. 

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The all-day celebration —hosted by Peach’s GrillYellow Springs Pride and the City of Yellow Springs — is set to include not only music and parading, but also plenty of food, vendors, beer and Pride-themed film showings. 

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Here is the entire Yellow Springs Pride 2018 schedule of events:

12PM: Kyleen Downes Band 

1PM: Dayton Gay Mens Chorus small group ensemble 

1:30PM: Jackie O and Sierra 

2PM: Punchdrunk Tagalongs 

3PM: Ohio Brass & Electric 

5PM: Parade!! 

6PM: Meet The Rubi Girls! Rubi Girls Documentary at the Little Art Theatre 

9PM: Soul Fire Tribe (@ Peach's Grill) 

10PM: Rubi Girls @ Peach's!


WHAT: Yellow Springs Pride 2018

WHEN: 12 p.m. Saturday, June 30th

WHERE: Peach’s Grill, 104 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs 

INFO: Facebook

Dayton-made card game is growing — and there’s a party with free pizza to celebrate it

Fans of anime and card games like Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh will be excited to know that Dayton’s original card game, Galatune, is releasing a new expansion deck this week.

It’s called Cosmic Deception, and there will be a release party at D20 this weekend to celebrate it. 

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“Galatune is a battle arena card game that takes inspiration from popular video games like Overwatch, Super Smash Brothers, and Pokemon,” explains Adam Wik, the Wright State alumni who created the game. “Two or more players each lead a Champion into battle to fight for Victory Points. It’s a unique system where everyone takes their turns simultaneously and characters respawn like in a video game.” 

At the Galatune Cosmic Deception release party, newcomers to the game can learn how to play while experienced players try to knock each other out. There will also be cocktails and free pizza. 

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Galatune isn’t just about the amazing art and unique gameplay. The game’s setting, planet Lyra, also has a cool fantasy backstory, complete with political intrigue, a class struggle and romance. But it also has lasers, robots and elves. 

“Every card in the game is anchored into a rich fantasy universe, so the backstory and art of each card is like one more puzzle piece revealing more about the story,” Wik says. “Although Galatune looks like your typical fantasy adventure, we dig into some surprisingly abstract science fiction themes, too.” 

Wik says when he was designing the Cosmic Deception deck, he reached out to his community of gamers to find out what they would like to see added to Galatune. 

“The people wanted more backstabbing and betrayal, and this expansion is exactly that,” he says. “By mixing some or all of these new cards into your shared deck, you set a battle themed around intense betrayals.” 

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Cosmic Deception also adds more excitement to the game’s fascinating story. 

“This new set teases some of the greater conflicts happening behind the scenes,” Wik said. “Many cards in this set deal with manipulating time, space and the universe itself.” 

In the end, says Adam Wik, it’s all about the kids who have made Galatune a success. The 29-year old game designer says he’s gotten some great feedback from his audience. 

“I cannot describe what it feels like when someone shakes my hand and says that Galatune is the best game they’ve ever played, and that’s been happening a lot these days,” Wik says. “It’s been a long and difficult journey to get here, and still many more challenges ahead, but knowing that the game is bringing joy to the community and bringing people together keeps me pushing forward.” 

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D20, the tabletop gaming bar in Kettering, will be hosting the Cosmic Deception release party. Gamers can enjoy D20’s craft beer and cocktail offerings, as well as non-alcoholic drinks. Galatune is even providing pizza for all in attendance. The event will be live streamed. 

“D20 is our favorite gamer hangout,” Wik says. “It’s a relaxed environment that’s perfect for everything from pro tournaments to family game night. They’re great at bringing people together and they’ve been really supportive of our Dayton-born indie game.” 



WHAT: Galatune Cosmic Deception release party 

WHEN: Saturday, June 30, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. 

WHERE: D20, 2144 E Whipp Road, Kettering 

MORE INFO: Facebook | (937) 221-9873

JUST ANNOUNCED: Dayton Dragons add fireworks show on Fourth of July

The Dayton Dragons announced today that a post-game fireworks show has been scheduled for Wednesday, July 4, at Fifth Third Field. 

The fireworks show will begin approximately 10 minutes after the final out of the Dragons game against the Lake County Captains. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.

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The fireworks show will be presented by Zambelli Fireworks. Zambelli Fireworks specializes in fireworks shows at major sporting venues and other celebration events. 

The fireworks will be launched from inside the ballpark (center field area). 

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Fans will be able to view the fireworks show on July 4th from seating areas at the Dragons game. 

For ticket information, call (937) 228-2287 or purchase online

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PHOTOS: The Rose Music Center will keep your summer grooving

Here is a look at the acts coming to town this summer for concerts at Rose Music Center. 

PHOTOS: Did we spot you flexing your muscles at Austin Landing’s first Fitness Fest?

Austin Landing hosted a special event on Saturday, June 23, 2018, filled with fun, fitness, food, challenges, competitions and more to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Fitness Fest featured an obstacle course, CrossFit meet and outdoor fitness classes and demos.

JUST IN: Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour back in region — and some tickets are on sale now

The location of the Luke Bryan concert planned for a farm in our neck of the woods has been revealed — and it’s back in our region.

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Ayars Family Farm, located just outside of Mechanicsburg, is the new location for the Dayton-region tour stop on Sept. 27. The concert was originally scheduled for Springfork Farms in Irwin. The location was then changed to a farm near Columbus, TBD. That location is near Springfield and Urbana in Mechanicsburg in Champaign County.

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The tour includes five other farms as well: 

🤠Sept. 27 at Ayers Family Farm in Mechanicsburg, Ohio

🤠 Sept 28 at Atkins Farm in Pesotum, Ill.  

🤠 Sept. 29 at Ziel Farm in Boone, Iowa  

🤠 Oct. 4 at Whitehurst Cattle Company in Archer, Fla.  

🤠 Oct. 5 at Misty Morning Farms in North Augusta, S.C.  

🤠 Oct. 6 at Doug Yates Farms in Ringgold, Ga.

>> Live music events in and around Dayton

Tickets will be $51 in advance and $60 at the gate, if still available. Parking will be $5 in advance and $20 day of. Once the show sells out, no tickets will be sold at the gate. Parking will begin at 2 p.m., and doors will open at 5 p.m. with the show beginning at 6 p.m.

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Pre-sale tickets are currently available online, and regular sale tickets will be available starting Thursday, June 28. 

More than 30 food trucks at Darke County’s first food truck rally and competition

Dayton loves food trucks — and competitions. The two together make for one savory event.

This new food truck event will be worth the trek to Greenville this weekend, with over 30 trucks on the list.

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This will be the first food truck rally and competition to take place in Darke County.

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On July 21, dozens of food trucks will park and serve their best bites in hopes of taking home the bragging rights. There will also be craft and small business vendors set up to sell accessories, candles and wax melts, soaps and more. 

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Confirmed food trucks include:

Latinarepas food truck 


Shantz Express 

Creme de la Creme Cakery 

Tin Roof Mobile Food 

Dayton Urban BBQ 

Lilia's Outside Cafe 

TJ's Nice Cream Truck 

Underdogs Mobile 

Son Of a Biscuit 


Chicago Gyros and Dogs Beavercreek 


Cookie Mayhem 

Claybourne GRILLE 

Rock Stop N Roll 

Papa Dog Grub Hub 

Little Z Concessions 

Drunken Waffle, Twisted Taco 


PA's Pork 

Christian Bros Meat Company LLC 

Zombie Dogz 

Taquitos Truck 

Tennessie's Philippine Cuisine 

~Nacho Pig~ 

Sinsational Sandwiches 

Wild Fire Pizza 

BEME Concessions LLC, Potato Tornados & More 

Kona Ice of Troy 

Fourman Family Concessions 

Creole 2 Geaux 

Cumberland Kettle Corn 

The Bobby Cue Grill 

Bowman's Texas Tenderloins 

Bowman's Sausage 


Wild Boar BBQ 

Karma Kitchen Food Truck 

Kettle Fixins 

Pita Pockets Concessions 

Shrimp Lips Seafood and Chicken

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Confirmed craft vendors include:

Mobile BowTiki 

Dog-On-It Bakery 

Wolfes on a Mission - Advocare Health & Wellness 

Color Street nails 

Accessorize with Andrea 

AJ Laser Co. 


Jamby Styles 

Tastefully Simple 

Winnie Hittle - unique jewelry and accessories 

Gena Hoyt - topiary, unique garden items 

Tennessie Hamilton - unique Philippine crafts 

Bath Fitter 


Brenda Sparks - unique crafts 

Young Living Essential Oils 


Leathered Up - hand made leather products 

Just Four Pups 

KenKare Jewelery & Crafts 

Anita Blakley -crafts, decorated lassware 

Jane Baldwin - unique bath items 

Rachel Shaw - Pampered Chef 

Tracy Barr - Barr's Soapery & Creative Works 

Garah Lefeld - Mother of Wolves 

Paula Wheaton 

Susan Lutz - JC Mining Store 

Angela Gibbons- The Ugly Mug 

Michelle Heckler - Avon 

Connie Imel - vintage aprons & hand towels 

Marcia Sowry - wooden benches & signs 

Lilly Rose Essentials 

Country Creations 

Cabin in the Pines Wood Products 

The Gutter Shutter 

My Gorilla Garage 

Aesthetic Artistry 

Rustic Eweniques 

Amber Row - Mobile Boutique - women's clothing and accessories 

Kra Z Paint 

Love Me Knots 

Kits for the Cure 

Grandpa Bob's Gifts

>> Your guide to Yellow Cab Food Truck Rallies and The Night Market

If you make something special, you can get involved too. To sign up as a food or craft vendor, visit this website.

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Want to go?

WHAT: The Darke County Food Truck Rally and Competition

WHEN: July 21 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

WHERE: Darke County Fairgrounds, 800 Sweitzer St., Greenville 

INFO: Facebook

Star Spangled Boom: Free McGuffey Lane concert, fireworks July 4th

McGuffey Lane will headline the city of Moraine’s Star Spangled Boom on July 4.

The popular country rock band from central Ohio will share the bill of free performances with Nashville Star winner Buddy Jewell before the fireworks at Wax Park at 3800 Main St.

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Jewell is set to take the stage at 7 p.m., followed by McGuffey Lane at 8:30 p.m. and fireworks at 10 p.m. In addition, food trucks, amusement rides and a kids entertainment area will be featured.

Events are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.


PHOTOS: Did we spot you sipping a brew at the Cask AleFest?

A Dayton-based craft beer festival returned on Saturday, June 23 after a five-year hiatus to spotlight 17 specialty beers provided by more than a dozen local and regional craft breweries. The Cask AleFest took place along East Second Street between Jefferson and St. Clair Streets in front of Mudlick Tap House in downtown Dayton.

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