(Cleveland) - The Cleveland Orchestra performs its 24th annual free downtown concert on Public Square tonight at 9.
Pre-Concert activities feature Community Videos shown on a giant screen, and gourmet food trucks parked near the old stone church.
After the Star Spangled Spectacular concert there will be fireworks around 10:15pm.
Orchestra spokeswoman Ana Papakhian says there should be plenty parking spaces available because there are no sporting events downtown today.
Papakhian tells Newsradio WTAM 1100 the program includes music from Toy Story and Superman, along with traditional fare.
The conductor will be William Eddins.
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