PERRY COUNTY’S 2019 MUSIC ON MAIN STREET MARKS 10 YEARS
Perry County’s Music on Main Street kicks-off at 7 p.m., June 1 in Linden, on the courthouse square. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the popular summer concert series.
“Music on Main is a great summertime venue that brings families to downtown Linden and Lobelville to enjoy local and regional artists in an intimate setting,” says Mitchell Rhodes, chairman of the board, Perry County Chamber
The June 1 event features popular Nashville artist Joe Denim with his Blue Dizzy Show from the Wildhorse Saloon, as well as local and regional artists Emma Webb, Rosanna Weems, “Doc” Edwards & Buffalo River Boys, and Hunter Morse.
One of Perry County’s most popular summer events, Music on Main Street alternates weekly on Saturday evenings (rain or shine) between Linden and Lobelville, June 1-July 27. Music on Main Street is FREE and open to the public. In Lobelville, the concerts are held at the Lobelville Music Stage next to City Hall. Guests are urged to bring their lawn chairs or ground blankets, and come early for a relaxing evening of great music in the peaceful outdoor setting of small-town Tennessee.
Please note one exception to the schedule is June 8, when a flood relief benefit concert will be held at 12:30 p.m. at Linden’s Middle School.