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One of my favorite events yearly is back with a twist. It's still a free family live music concert, but this year, Victoria Symphony's famous Downtown Rhythms concert scheduled for April 22nd from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm in downtown Victoria, will not include a full orchestra.

No worries though, live music fun is still the priority and all of the Crossroads is invited.

Instead, due to social distancing requirements, they are going to feature outstanding guest ensembles like the East High School Percussion Ensemble, the West High School Jazz Band as well as the VSO Brass Quintet. Other activities will include more family fun like a Children's Discovery Museum Booth, along with local food trucks and more.

They really do mean it when they say fun for the whole family and this is a great way to support music artists of all ages in the community.

The last concert of the night will feature one of our most successful local bands, The Staudt Brothers. A perfect way to end a perfect free live music event.

If you want more information you are welcome to peruse the Downtown Rhythms Facebook page by clicking here.

Here is a timeline for the live music events, all downtown at DeLeon Plaza.
5:30-6:00 pm East HS Percussion Ensemble
6:00-6:30 pm VSO Brass Quintet
6:30-7:00 pm West HS Jazz Band
7:00-8:30 pm The Staudt Brothers

The Victoria Symphony looks forward to a great evening of food, families, and fun and we do too! Come out and enjoy this unique family experience of live music, a way to celebrate upcoming music artists of all ages in the Crossroads.

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