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06may6:30 pm8:30 pmFirst Friday Music in the Park 2022 - Dahlonega

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First Friday Music in the Park Series 2022, Dahlonega

The Music in the Park series showcases the diversity of local musicians monthly. Bring a picnic supper to Hancock Park (located one block north of the Square) and spend some time with your family and friends. This free series held on the first Friday of each month from May through October is an excellent way to wind down from the week and set the tone for a great weekend.

Date(s): First Friday of each month May through October 2022

May 6: LCHS Band

June 3: Gina Gailey Band

July 1: Radford Windham & Step back Cadillac

August 5: Southern Accent

September 2: Ugly Cousin

October 7: Kurt Thomas

Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Location: Hancock Park, North Meaders Street & Warwick Street, Dahlonega, Georgia 30533

Cost: Free

For more information: Dahlonega.org, DahlonegaDDA.org

 

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