Eman, Tino, and K. Carter | Free Concert

Eman, Tino, and K. Carter | Free Concert

Eman, Tino, and K. Carter w/ Trey Posey Opening at the Levitt Pavilion | Free concert

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Address: 134 S. Main Street, Dayton, OH 45402 [Map/directions]
Event has passed (Sat, Aug 05 2023)
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Cost: FREE

Eman, Tino, and K. Carter w/ Trey Posey Opening | Free Concert

Eman, Tino, and K. Carter w/ Trey Posey Opening

August 5 @ 7:00 PM

  • FREE ADMISSION

    GENRE:

    HIP-HOP

    Eman Jones is a hip/hop artist from Dayton, OH.  Music for Eman started out as therapy, but then grew into him pursuing it as a career to be able to help others.  Over the years he has toured and worked with Talib Kweli, Roscoe Dash, Young Money, Mike Jones, Dj Toomp, Skyzoo, etc. Achieving success in his own right Eman has laid foundation for his audience to be able to relate and heal in life, but also have a good time with the fun and creativity.

    TINO, found his love for rhyming while attending college in Dayton. Since 2012 TINO has performed numerous shows across multiple states opening for Hip Hop greats such as Talib Kweli, Del The Funky Homosapien, Cappadonna and more. TINO has released a multitude of projects with his latest release, “La Pa Bavarde” being an international Collaboration with French producer DJ Marrrtin. TINO, an 80s baby has a unique style which blends the Golden Era of hip hop with modern elements bridging the gap between the old and new schools of the genre.

    K. Carter is a hip hop artist from Dayton, Ohio. The self-proclaimed “Son of Hip Hop” has a style of music that fits any demographic. He is all about community and love and it shows through his lyricism. His music is loved by people all over the world. His songs have people from all walks of life enjoying themselves.

    Trey Posey: Projects Unlimited Gem Series Opener

    For people who love real hip hop music, Trey Posey is driven, skilled, and versatile. Trey is a 22 year old hip hop artist who grew up in Huber Heights, Ohio and started writing songs as early as age 10. With comparisons to J. Cole and Drake, he’s grown significantly as an independent artist and continues to expand on his sound since first releasing music in 2017. He shows unlimited potential and authenticity that separates himself from other upcoming artists.

    While writing, recording, engineering, and marketing on his own, Trey has built a meaningful discography which has over 50,000 plays across all platforms in multiple countries. His lyrics come from a depth of understanding the world’s struggles and flaws and the ultimate goal for him is to change lives through music that can impact people in a way that will help them through daily struggles.

     

    About the venue:

    All concerts in the 2023 Eichelberger Concert Season at the Levitt Pavilion Dayton are free and open to the public, no ticket or RSVP necessary.

    All concerts begin at 7PM.

    You can bring in lawn chairs or blankets as well as outside food and beverage – including alcohol (just no glass). You can also rent lawn chairs for a $5 donation on site and there are food and beverage vendors on site as well.

    Levitt Dayton is a non-profit organization that fosters a sense of community by providing free outdoor concerts in the heart of downtown Dayton. The organization firmly believes that music can bridge cultural divides and bring people together, and their concerts are a testament to this belief. Levitt Dayton offers a unique and enriching experience that is accessible to all. Through their efforts, Levitt Dayton has succeeded in creating a vibrant and inclusive cultural scene in downtown Dayton.

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    Eman, Tino, and K. Carter | Free Concert is taking place at Levitt Pavilion Dayton, which is located at 134 S. Main Street in Dayton. Levitt Pavilion Dayton - Building community through music, one free concert at a time, Levitt Pavilion is located on Dave Hall Plaza on South Main between Fourth and Fifth Streets in downtown Dayton. - read more

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