The Breeze Band Blows in for Mid-day Art Break

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Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 11:00 AM
The Breeze Band Blows in for Mid-day Art Break by Ryan Smith
The Breeze Band

Catching some classic soul, R & B, and blues, being played live and outside by one of Erie’s most versatile musical outfits: Sounds like a really good way to spend a mid-week lunch hour.

That’s what being served up on Wednesday, July 29, when the Erie Art Museum presents the Breeze Band as part of EAM’s ongoing Mid-Day Art Break series. The five-piece band specializes in variety, and in getting people up to dance, so be ready to hear a lot of classics — and, maybe, move your feet — between noon and 1 p.m.

The free music series also offers free gallery tours, making another good reason to take a Mid-Day Art Break this week.

And there are plenty of others, too, with four more performances from other awesome local artists set each Wednesday between Aug. 5 and Aug. 26. Grab your lunch bag — or visit the museum’s Wave Café — and get ready to kick back and take a breath of fresh, music-and-art-filled air. — Ryan Smith

Noon to 1 p.m. // outside 20 E. Fifth St. // erieartmuseum.org

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