Romolo Chocolates Summer Music Series w/ Gloria Reuben

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Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 at 8:50 AM
Romolo Chocolates Summer Music Series w/ Gloria Reuben by Alex Bieler

Romolo Chocolates Summer Music Series w/ Gloria Reuben

Locals can enjoy the sweet eats provided by Romolo Chocolates all year round, but it has been a long wait for the musical treat that is the Summer Music Series hosted by the confectionary. Thankfully, the 2014 season kicks off this month with a performance from Gloria Reuben and her band.

The R&B singer will play at Romolo Chocolates’ outdoor piazza Saturday, June 21, the first of seven special Saturdays that mark the 2014 Summer Music Series. Reuben, an actress who is known from her performance on the medical drama *ER, will be performing songs from her 10-year singing career along with her five-man band, making soothing sounds in a relaxing setting.

It’s been nearly a year since the last Romolo Chocolates Summer Music Series, so treat yourself when Gloria Reuben kicks off another great year of music down on the piazza.

6 p.m. Saturday, June 21 // 1525 W. Eighth St. // romolochocolates.com

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