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Summer concert series' return to Houdini Plaza delayed again

7:58 PM, Jun. 28, 2013
Singers Tina Hove, left, and Tex Nelson of Spitfire Rodeo perform during the Heid Music Summer Concert Series last month at Jones Park in Appleton. The concert series will stay at Jones Park at least a few weeks longer than planned, but its future location is in limbo.
Singers Tina Hove, left, and Tex Nelson of Spitfire Rodeo perform during the Heid Music Summer Concert Series last month at Jones Park in Appleton. The concert series will stay at Jones Park at least a few weeks longer than planned, but its future location is in limbo.
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The Appleton Heid Music Summer Concert Series will stay at Jones Park at least a few weeks longer than planned, but its future location is in limbo.

The weekly Thursday night event will remain in Jones Park through July, when its location will be reassessed by its organizers, Appleton Downtown Inc., Jennifer Stephany, the downtown group's executive director, said Friday.

The decision delays the concert series' return to the newly renovated Houdini Plaza for a second time. The event's plaza debut was first pushed back to July 11 because of a lag in construction and to let the grass take root. ...

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