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Fourth Friday returns to Cedartown on July 25

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Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 1:00 pm

The Fourth Friday concert and cruise-in for July features two local bands, one back by popular demand according to organizers.

Jennifer Hulsey, the co-chair of the organization commit-tee for the Downtown Renaissance project, said Cedartown’s own Khaotik will take the stage following local band Prior Station taking the stage at 7 p.m.

Hulsey said the concert’s starting time was bumped up to allow for more time for both acts to play.

Along with the concerts, Hulsey said participants in the cruise-in will be given an opportunity to parade their vehi-cles down Main Street prior to the start of the show.

“We’re expecting even more cars than last time,” she said.

Organizers will announce more dates for Fourth Friday following the upcoming show on July 25.

Food vendors will be on hand again for the concert as well. The youth ministries from Mount Sinai Baptist Church and Galilee Baptist Church are back after the June concert and cruise-in to raise money with food sales for their groups. Hulsey said they’ll both have a variety of food and drink on sale during the evening.

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