Mooresville Downtown Commission announcement
MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Downtown Commission is proud to kick off “Live in the 115,” a series of free open-air rock shows in John Franklin Moore Park on the corner of Main and Center streets. The live summer shows take place on five Friday evenings: June 8, July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 14 and Oct. 12.
Families are encouraged to come shop and dine downtown and make an evening of it, with live music from 5pm – 9:30pm.
The opening concert on Friday, June 8, features the opening act Scratched Blue, followed by local headliner, Sojourn of Sparrows. The evening ends with a final act you won’t want to miss – a Philippine Fire Dancer.
The concerts are free, compliments of the Mooresville Downtown Commission. NOTE: No alcoholic beverages or coolers are allowed.
Other concerts will be: July 13, Heartbeat followed by Rare Form; Aug. 10, Tiny City followed by Moses Jones; Sept. 14, Porch Dog, Rusty Knox Band; Oct. 12, Cold Bait Live Beer, then From a Seed.
“We’re excited to offer a new event Downtown this summer” said Kim Atkins, Director of the MDC. “The open-air shows are perfect for anyone who loves music and hanging out with fellow Downtownies. From live music, to great food, to fun boutiques, there’s so much to appreciate right here in our own community.”
The MDC worked with Big Hat Larry’s to organize the music, and is happy to announce that all five Fridays are booked with great, local bands. Don’t’ forget to bring your Downtownie card for special discounts from participating shops and restaurants.
More information about downtown Mooresville events can be found at http://www.downtownmooresville.com/events.html