The $18 million Huber Heights music center will create an even more competitive market in a region saturated with entertainment venues, local and national experts say.
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The Dayton Daily News has provided in-depth coverage on the Huber Heights music center story since we broke the news in early December of the city’s proposal. We will continue to follow this story closely and bring you the latest updates as they develop.
The ceremonial groundbreaking for the Huber Heights music center is scheduled for 1 p.m. May 18. The music center is projected to open in the late summer of 2014, and the 4,500-seat covered venue will be modeled after the PNC Pavilion at Riverbend in Cincinnati.