Awesome Music, Tasty Food, Beer, and Community as Napoleon Civic Center has Their First Official Event the 2017 Backlot Bash Summer Concert Series

NAPOLEON, OHIO – Join us for our first official big event at the Napoleon Civic Center, our 2017 Backlot Bash Summer Concert Series outdoors in the back parking lot of the Napoleon Civic Center. This year’s concert series will consist of three amazing bands and we promise these nights will be full of music, tasty food, beer, and community!

Season Schedule includes:
June 16, 2017 – Pete Schlegel
July 14, 2017 – Wally and the Beavs
August 26, 2017 – The Menus

Tickets go on sale today, May 12, 2017, on our website. Tickets are $12.50 advanced and $15 at the gate. Space is limited! The Concert begins at 8 PM and the gates open at 6 PM. Please note: There are No coolers, outside liquor, glass containers and food are not permitted. Feel free to bring your own lawn chair to the event; however, there will be a picnic area available. All proceeds benefit the Napoleon Civic Center project

For more information about the Backlot Bash and the bands visit our website

Download the Official Backlot Bash Poster here.

About the Napoleon Civic Center Project.
In January 2016, the Napoleon Area School District opened their new elementary school. This has resulted in the closure and schedule for demolition of three elementary schools, a junior high school and a 700 seat auditorium. The process of creating the Napoleon Civic Center foundation was started in 2012, out of a grassroots desire to save the auditorium and part of the elementary from the wrecking ball and create a civic center for use by the residents of Napoleon and greater Henry County, Ohio. The Napoleon Civic Center Foundation received confirmation of their 501 (c) (3) tax exemption status on December 5, 2013. The Civic Center will be the home to an arts partnership of five not for profit arts organizations including the Henry County Arts Council, Maumee Valley Civic Theater and Children’s Theater, Napoleon Community Band, Henry County Chorale, and the Henry County Historical Society. The foundation will be marketing the use of two gymnasiums, a 700 seat auditorium with a full stage plus apron and dressing room capacity. In addition, there will be space for a wellness organization and the capability to turn one gymnasium into a banquet hall with a catering room near it.