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May 1, 2006

Valdosta - You can enjoy beautiful weather, good food, and live music in downtown Valdosta this week.

Valdosta 's Main Street Office is hosting the Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series on the courthouse lawn. Downtown restaurants will be selling sack lunches and a different band will be playing every day.

Monday, people enjoyed the music of the River. Tuesday, you can hear Jukebox, Wednesday's band is Big Engine, Thursday's is the Lowndes High Jazz Band, and the series wraps up Friday with Skannyardle. "It's celebrating our history, getting people downtown to realize what's going on and see what improvements have been made from year to year," said Nikki Know, Mainstreet Director.

The concerts are from 11:30 until 1:30.

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