Music in the Streets is this Friday! | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Press Release:

It's Time To Get Ready To Boogie Down With Music In The Streets!

    Once again, Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy and Washington Harbor District Alliance are teaming up to bring you an evening of music and fun on Main Street, between Gladden and Market.

    Listen to punk and rock alternative with I FORGOT who are a talented local group of young musicians, at the corner of Main and Respess. Or maybe you'd rather hear some original alternative and reggae rock music that will make you tap your foot & clap your hands? Catch the TYLER HELMS BAND in front of Grub Brothers Eatery. Or you can enjoy the sounds of pure Dixieland jazz with the RIVERBOAT JAZZ BAND, who will be performing compliments of The Bank Bistro and Bar. If you just want to enjoy the sounds of easy on the ear folk rock and other tunes, wander by J.B.MAYES and JOHN BENSON, who will be playing in front of the Bargain Furniture Annex. But, if you prefer your music funky then you won't believe the impressive 24' rolling stage of MR. BIGSTUFF AND FUNKTONIC JUNKIE which will be in front of Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty.

    As always, our local merchants and eateries will be open for your shopping and dining pleasure. In addition, Coastal Pregnancy Center will be on hand for some face painting and James McCollum Amusements will have fun bouncy things for the kids to release some energy on. Happy Pappy the Pirate will be there, be sure the kids say "Arrgh"! The Beaufort County Humane Society will again be serving cold drinks and hot dogs at the Pepsi Cart, as well as bringing back the ever popular Smooch The Pooch! The Salvation Army will be on hand with their 'Kettles on Parade'. Love Digital will be taking photos of all the festivities. There really is something for everyone at Music In The Streets!

    Washington Harbor District Alliance would like to thank all the local businesses, like First South Bank, Potash Corp., Lee Chevrolet Buick, Coldwell Banker coastal Rivers Realty, the Washington Daily News, On The Waterfront Restaurant and Zaxby's of Washington, who help support us and without whom none of this would be possible!

    Don't forget that Market Street is now open for vehicular traffic during Music In The Streets, so you can park either on Stewart Parkway or 2nd Street. Either way, dining, shopping or just strolling couldn't be easier!

    Come out and enjoy Friday night the way only we can do it! Small town life at its finest is Music In The Streets! Friday, August 15, 2014 from 6:30 – 8:30.

  • Contact: Beth Byrd

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