Tasting fall? Us, too, and with lower humidity, it’s the weekend to enjoy Clinton’s Red Brick Roads Fest and raise funds with Enchanted Evening.
With Third Thursday at the art museum, the Mississippi Book Festival and Lyle Lovett and his Large Band, this is NOT a weekend to stay home, folks.
See you on the streets, in the shade or near a stage, outdoors or in, somewhere around town this weekend! There’s plenty to get into!
Pulling together is… there through every activity that draws us to the same place and time to see, hear, support, share, socialize and find fun and friends.
Pickin’ and jammin’ – more of the musical kind – in store this weekend with concerts, awards and such. Find your fun with our weekend list!
The birthplace of America’s music is a prime honor to hang our state’s hat on, but it’s also a great reason to enjoy a night out, soaking up the sounds of fantastic local musicians.
Music, trivia, cowboys, ice cream and hot topics are all wrapped up in the weekend ahead. There’s plenty to do: Sherry says, “Take advantage!”
With the holiday week behind us, there’s still fun to be had. Check out The Devon Allman Project with Duane Betts at Duling Hall on Monday.
Music, comics, dance and more dot the landscape, and you’ll find lots of cool to-do’s beyond just the A/C that’s saving all our hides these humid days.
On the calendar? Craft Beer Fest, the IBC leaps right along, “Sister Act” at New Stage and country and rock’n’roll hit the stages.