The Columbus City Hall plaza will be filled with music this weekend as the 35th Ethnic Expo takes the stage.
Katherine Dunn, organizer of the festival for the city, said that most of the live music will concentrate on the plaza this year, without the second stage down the block. She talks about Friday’s entertainment:
The Friday night headliner will be Bilingual Nation with DJ GueroLoco.
Saturday’s entertainment will feature the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and local band, Flat Earth.
Music acts performing earlier on Saturday include the Columbus Pipes and Drums bagpipers.
There are no fireworks scheduled this year.
Singer Cathy Morris is also scheduled to perform both nights in the Biergarten.
Ethnic Expo events are going on from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. both Friday and Saturday. You can get more information at ethnicexpo.org.