UPDATE: Concert rescheduled due to weather forecast 

Over the Rhine concert to support United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s efforts 
to lift children and families out of poverty
 
 
“Over the Rhine: Live at Home” set for June 25 (updated date) at Washington Park
 
 
CINCINNATI – Celebrated local band Over the Rhine will perform on Sunday, June 25, at Washington Park to help raise money for the 2017 United Way of Greater Cincinnati fundraising campaign.
 
Cincinnati Bell is the presenting sponsor for “Over the Rhine: Live at Home.” Additional sponsors include Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC), INSP and Viacom.
 
Attendees can make a donation to United Way when they register through Eventbrite or at www.cincygive.com, or on site at Washington Park on June 25. The suggested donation is $20 to support United Way’s ongoing efforts to lift children and families out of poverty.
 
Attendees who pre-register for the concert through the Eventbrite link or at www.cincygive.com will also receive a free Cincinnati Bell Connector pass and early entrance to the concert.
 
“We are always touched when local talent gives back to United Way and our community to help others in need.  We are honored that the treasured Cincinnati band, Over the Rhine, and Cincinnati Bell are partnering to help support our efforts to lift children and families out of poverty,” said Rob Reifsnyder, president, United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
 
“With one in three individuals in the Greater Cincinnati community living below a level of self-sufficiency, we are grateful to these two wonderful Cincinnati institutions.  They are creating an opportunity for Cincinnatians to come together to celebrate great music in Washington Park, benefit United Way’s mission and help children and families.  I’ve seen Over the Rhine in concert – they’re great!”
 
Over the Rhine has established itself as one of the most respected bands in the country since forming in 1989. The band, led by Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler, is known for its unique sound, a blend of folk, blues, rock & roll and gospel that often transcends easy categorization. 
In addition to its robust catalogue of studio and live albums, Over the Rhine has performed with Bob Dylan, Squeeze, Ani DiFranco, and Cowboy Junkies.
 
Throughout its career, Over the Rhine has maintained a strong connection to Cincinnati. The band recently celebrated its adopted hometown with the 2017 single, “Welcome Home.”
 
 
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WHAT: “Over the Rhine: Live at Home” concert to benefit United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
 
WHEN: Sunday, June 25. 4-8 p.m.*
 
WHERE: Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine.
 
COST: Suggested donation is $20 to support United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
 
TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION: Pre-register at Eventbrite at www.cincygive.com.
 
* In the event of a rainout, the concert will be rescheduled for Sunday, June 25, at 4 p.m.


 
About United Way of Greater Cincinnati
United Way believes in creating a community where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community. United Way annually improves the lives of over 360,000 people across ten counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Through strategic partnerships with more than 140 local agencies and community organizations, and the generous support of donors and volunteers, United Way invests over $50 million dollars and more than 80,000 volunteer hours into the Greater Cincinnati community annually.
Join the Fight. Live United. www.uwgc.org