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Sounds of September kicks off on Fridays
Commercial Street was buzzing as residents enjoyed the cool evening weather and music. - photo by Michelle Kim

As the weather cools, kick back to the sounds of rock, R&B, country, and jazz from local bands on Fridays in Olde Town during the free Sounds of September concert series, Sept. 9-30, starting at 6 p.m.

The Sounds of September picks up where the successful Jazz in July series left off, creating a relaxed atmosphere for residents to spend their Friday evenings.

“The merchants were very pleased with that so they’re supporting it to allow the event to happen again in September,” said MainStreet Conyers Director Monica Coffin. “It was a great environment; people having fun, listening to music.”

On Sept. 9, “Last Sundown” performed on Commercial Street, near the Pointe. 

This Friday, Sept. 16, will see much activity with music performances on three stages. Threat Level Midnight will play on Railroad Street, near the Pointe. The Conner Pledger Trio will play on Commercial Street, near the Celtic Tavern/Borage Lounge. And Las Flores will be celebrating Mexican Independence Day with music from a DJ on Warehouse Street.

Sept. 23 will see Deathrow Bodine perform on Commercial Street and Warehouse Street, near the Pointe. 

Sept. 30 will have the Stratocats on Commercial Street near the Borage Lounge/Celtic Tavern.

Streets in Olde Town with bands performing on them will be closed at 5 p.m. on Fridays.