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Previewing the summer concert series, Thursday on FOX19

Temps are warming up! Frank Marzullo will have your seven day forecast. Temps are warming up! Frank Marzullo will have your seven day forecast.

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here's what you can expect Thursday on the FOX19 Morning News.

A now staple of a Cincinnati summer, the concert series on Fountain Square draws crowds from 2,000 to 6,000 people downtown each weekend. Local musical acts are vying for a spot to perform in the series, and auditions are being held today. Self Diploma representatives will be here today to preview what is to come this summer.

Temperatures are FINALLY warming up and the official start of spring is exactly two weeks away! Cincinnati Premium Outlets will be here previewing some trendy spring fashions.

Have you gone to the Cincinnati Home and Garden Show yet? It's the last weekend of the area's largest event of its kind. Denise Johnson will be live at the Duke Energy Center to look at the impressive exhibits.

Did you know Cincinnati is hosting the 2014 NCAA Hockey Championships? It's happening at US Bank in a few weeks and tickets are still available. Representatives will be in the studio to chat about what this event means for Cincinnati.

Today is National Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week. Nearly 6,000 in the Tri-State are living with MS. We'll be talking about it more on the show today and be sure to check out this list of local events bringing awareness to the condition.

Want to enjoy a fun adult night out with your friends? How about a Mystery Dinner! Great Parks of Hamilton County will be here to preview a dinner theatre performance and tell us how anyone can participate.

We're live and local for 6.5 hours – join us for all of this and more!

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