may, 2021

12may12:00 pm1:00 pmBlue Sky Concerts - May 2021

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Blue Sky Concerts, Gainesville

Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy live music on Gainesville’s Historic Downtown Square. Help celebrate Historic Preservation Month and Gainesville’s Bicentennial in 2021! !

Concerts: 
May 5th: Cody Marlowe
May 12th: Eduardo Cautino
May 19th: Rodney Appleby
May 26th: April Rooks

Date: Wednesdays in May

Time: noon – 1:00 p.m.

Location: Downtown Square – Gainesville, GA

For more information: Gainesville.org, 770-297-1141 or mainstreet@gainesville.org

Parking:
Main Street Parking Deck, 301 Main St.
Hall County Parking Facility, 225 Green St.
Historic City Hall, 117 Jesse Jewell Pkwy.
City View parking lot (across the pedestrian bridge), 118 Jesse Jewell Pkwy.

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Time

(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location

Gainesville Downtown Square

Spring Street and Main Street, Gainesville, GA 30501

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