From Special Reports
For the second consecutive year, Summer NewnaNights will take place in Downtown Newnan.
The monthly summer event series, sponsored by Main Street Newnan, will be held at Greenville Street Park on the second Thursday during the months of June, July and August. It will be from 6-8 p.m. and feature music and entertainment.
Also part of NewnaNights will be various festivities, food trucks and vendor booths/ sponsor booths. Some downtown businesses will stay open late during the Summer NewnaNights, and feature specials and promotions for shoppers and guests. Attendees can visit www.mainstreetnewnan.com for more information regarding food trucks/vendors.
Featured Bands of the Summer NewnaNights series include:
THEM (June 14) – A band of brothers from other mothers who want nothing more than to play good music for people. THEM plays rock and roll, pop rock, classic rock, blues, and country.
The Four T’s (July 12) – The Four T’s are a 4-piece band including a singer/guitarist, bass guitar, harmonica, and drums. They play an eclectic mix of Classic Rock, Americana, and Blues
Kris Youmans Band (August 9) – The Kris Youmans Band is an Americana, Roots, Country & Western Swing Band from Newnan. Kris & her mighty fine band features Barefoot Slim on Steel Guitar, David Puett on Guitar, Patrick Thompson on Bass and Jerry Lee on Percussion. They were also the 2016 Georgia Country Awards Winner in the traditional category.
Free parking is available along downtown streets, and in the City of Newnan’s public parking lots located at: 13 Lagrange Street, 25 Lagrange Street, 22 Spring Street, 6 First Avenue, 50 East Broad Street, 65 East Broad Street, 41 East Washington Street, and 22 East Broad Street.
Summer NewnaNight is brought to you by Coweta CASA. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children. They are a national network of nearly 1,000 community based programs that recruit, train and support citizen-volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in our courts and communities.