330 Day Concert at Stambaugh will Spotlight Youngstown Bands
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The annual 330 Day concert will return this year in Youngstown and with an all-Youngstown lineup.
The concert, sponsored by Summit radio 90.7 FM, will take place March 30 – or 3/30 – and feature The Vindys, JD Eicher, The Labra Brothers, East 9th, Leanne Binder, Demos Papadimas, Candace Campana, Haydcen Brooke, Rolling Boxcar International and Barry Carroll.
Each band will play three songs in a stripped down, acoustic format.
Admission is free but tickets are required in advance and can be reserved here:
StambaughAuditorium.com/events/330-day. There is a suggested donation of $10. The concert starts at 7 p.m.
The Summit rotates the location of the annual concert, which always features only northeast Ohio rock bands. In past years, it took place in Akron and Canton. This year’s event, the first in Youngstown, was originally scheduled for 2020, but was canceled for the past two years because of the pandemic.
In 2015, the cities of Akron, Youngstown and Canton officially designated March 30 as 330 Day on behalf of The Summit and its local-music-only online station, The330.net.
The station started in Akron, where it is based, but has been on the air in the Mahoning Valley for over 10 years. It plays commercial-free music, broadcasting over the frequency of WKTL, the station based at Struthers High School, under a partnership with Struthers City Schools.
In addition to its markets of Akron, Canton and Youngstown, The Summit began broadcasting in Athens, Ohio, last year.
The 330 Day concert will take place just days after The Summit’s spring membership drive, which runs from March 21 to 25. The drive raises funds to operate the nonprofit, member-supported public radio station.
Summit members will receive preferred seating for the concert. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within the previous 24 hours is required for entry.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.