This Friday! The 9th annual Pickin’ on the Greene returns to Downtown Greensboro! 

Friday, June 18th,the family-friendly Summer concert will feature live entertainment by three local bands starting at 6pm. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets for a fun filled night of music and dancing! 

Kicking off the night will be John Dunn and the Jazzmen! John Dunn and the Jazzmen will bring smooth jazz, soulful rhythm and Motown to the streets of Greensboro. 

The second band for the night will be local favorite Pullin’ Strings, the quintessential Americana band with deep small-town roots. These pickers always bring a good time with their fun mixture of original tunes and eclectic covers.

Rounding out the night will be Tim Cadiere and Washboard Road Band. From a categorical perspective, there's not much you can throw at Tim Cadiere that he can't play, sing, or perform. Tim Cadiere's set list is often a combination of pop, country, rock, and blues which allows him and his band, Washboard Road, to bring an electric vibe to any stage. 

When at Pickin’ on the Greene, you can expect to make memories that will last a lifetime. All are welcome and encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blankets to enjoy this free event. Come hungry as local food truck CK Smokehouse will be in town during the event. Downtown shops and restaurants will stay open into the evening offering the very best in Lake Country shopping and dining.

Don’t miss the toe tapping good time on Friday, June 18th at 6pm! 

 For more information regarding the event, please visit facebook.com/DowntownGreensboroGA.

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