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By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - People are enjoying live lunch time music this week on the Lowndes County Courthouse lawn during the second annual Rhythm at Noon Concert Series.

Valdosta Main Street's Spring Brown Bag Lunch Series has been popular for 16 years, so a similar fall series was started last year.

"Tanner's Lane" played rock music today as downtown restaurants sold lunches to those enjoying the music.

The Main Street Program Coordinator says there's something for all music lovers.

"Today was Tanner's Lane, we had VSU Jazz band yesterday so we're trying to get a mix of everybody's musical tastes, everything from jazz to country to rock," said Ellen Hill, Valdosta Main Street Program Coordinator.

Sundance Jenkins will perform Wednesday. Thursday is Woodard Johnson. On Friday, Skannyardle will play. The program runs from 11:30 to 1:30 each day.


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