Music and a street fair all in one place? Count you in, right? That means you need to make plans to attend the Downtown @ Sundown Concert Series and Street Fair on the third Friday of every month through October. The music starts at 6 p.m. at Downtown Commons, and the street fair takes place on Main Street.
What’s Coming Up in August?
If August will be your first time attending the event, you’re in luck. Music for Mercy will kick the concert series off on Aug. 17. This local band is all about jazz and soul, and you’ll be hooked.
Then, The Beagles will take over. This is the perfect party band. It plays music that ranges from the ’70s to today, so you’re sure to find some songs you love.
Broadcast 90’s will close things out, and this band is amazing. The ’90s was considered the final golden decade of guitar-driven rock, and this band will take you back to that time. Get ready to relive the days gone by when Broadcast 90’s plays the hits.
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About the Street Fair
The street fair is absolutely epic, and you don’t want to miss it. There will be all kinds of vendors at the fair, serving up everything from Kona Ice to beer. Plus, you can find plenty of handmade and homemade items. The really cool thing about the street fair is you never know which vendors might be at it any given month. That means it’ll be like new each time you go.
One thing to keep in mind. You have to pay cash for beer, soda, and water. While there are ATMs within walking distance of the street fair, it’s still a good idea to load up on a cash before you arrive.
So, you need to go to the ATM and get enough cash for the street fair. How about you make that trip in your new car, truck, or SUV? Just stop by James Corlew Chevrolet Cadillac in Clarksville, Tennessee, the next time you’re out and about, and we’ll help you pick out some wheels. Then, you can take it to the ATM, the concert and street fair, and so much more. You will love leaving the house when you can jump into a new ride.
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