Celebrate Mother's Day at Second Sunday!

Grapevine-Web-2013 copy Join us in College Hill's historic Washington Park on May 12, from 6-8 p.m., for a Mother's Day edition of Second Sunday featuring live music from the Grapevine, Georgia's Premier Party Band! The event is always free and open to the public and welcomes leashed pets, picnics and coolers.

 

Food and beverages will be available for purchase from Michael's on Mulberry. Washington Park also welcomes kids to splash in the park's fountains and families to kick back for an evening of excellent music, food, and fun. Take care of all the mothers in your life by treating them to a wonderful night out at this month's Second Sunday Concert!

 

Special thanks to this month's Presenting Sponsor: State Bank & Trust, as well as our Stage Sponsor: The Macon Film Guild, and our Table Sponsor: Roasted Cafe and Lounge.

 

Second Sunday and Macon Music Ambassadors Preview Weekend

SophiaBastian-webposter-2013The College Hill Corridor is welcoming one-to-watch recording artist Sophia Bastian for a full-weekend of live music performances. As part of a Knight Neighborhood Challenge grant, the Macon Music Ambassadors project will preview the upcoming art initiative that invites regional recording artists to Macon to experience the affordable housing, high quality of life and creative opportunities.

 

As part of the project, Sophia will perform a free concert on Friday at noon in Mercer Village. She will spend Saturday performing a private concert in a historic home in the College Hill Corridor. And on Sunday, she will headline the Second Sunday Concert in Washington Park. During her time in Macon, Sophia, who currently resides in NYC, will be given a tour of the neighborhood and shown the many assets of living, working and playing in the Corridor.

 

Please welcome Sophia Bastian on Friday at noon in Mercer Village and again on Sunday, from 6-8 p.m., in Washington Park. Local reggae band Dubshak will open the Second Sunday show. All concerts remain free and open to the public because of our sponsors.

 

Special thanks to this month's Presenting Sponsor: Moonhanger Group!

Celebrate Summer at Second Sunday in July!

1013705 10201493270197458 1147503740 nJoin us in College Hill's historic Washington Park on July 14, from 6-8 p.m., for a Summertime Second Sunday featuring live music from Steven Layne fronted by Macon's own Molly Stevens! The event is always free and open to the public and welcomes leashed pets, picnics and coolers.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase from Michael's on Mulberry. Washington Park also welcomes kids to splash in the park's fountains and families to kick back for an evening of excellent music, food, and fun. Hopefully the weather will cooperate this month so we can enjoy quality community togetherness while we soak up some sun.

Special thanks to this month's Presenting Sponsor: LiveDowntownMacon.com, as well as our Stage Sponsor: The Macon Film Guild, and our Table Sponsor: Roasted Cafe and Lounge.

Second Sunday featuring Big Mike and the Booty Papas & The Kazoobie Kazoo Show

BigMike-Poster-2013-web email-R1September's Second Sunday presented by FPD Downtown is going to be like no other! Join us for a FREE, interactive concert in Washington Park on September 8 from 6-8 p.m.! In addition to celebrating the kazoo's invention in Macon, we'll be singing a special happy birthday to one of our most cherished native sons Otis Redding. Rick Hubbard and his world famous Kazoobie Kazoo Show will be followed by a rock n' blues concert by Macon's Big Mike and the Booty Papas.

 

Bring your chairs, blankets, food, and drinks or take advantage of food and a full bar on site. No tents or grills please! See you Sunday!

 

 

College Hill Macon

The College Hill Corridor is a two-square mile area between Mercer University and Macon, Georgia's downtown business district comprised of several historic city neighborhoods. The cherished area of town is more than a location – it's a movement. What began as a Senior Capstone project for a group of graduating Mercer students developed into a comprehensive College Hill Corridor Master Plan and is now an award winning national model for creative placemaking and economic development having leveraged over $200 million in public and private investment.

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