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En Vogue Down by the Riverside concert canceled

Forecast heavy rain has scrubbed the R&B trio's scheduled Down by the Riverside concert.

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ROCHESTER — Concert goers are going to have to give it up on tonight’s En Vogue concert because of the threat mother nature could turn it loose on the audience.

En Vogue, a popular and long-lived R&B trio, was set to headline Rochester Civic Music’s Down by the Riverside. However, forecast heavy rain and storms forced organizers to cancel the show.

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