Alpharetta’s Music at Twilight
The City of Alpharetta and Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau are joining forces to build upon the energy in downtown Alpharetta and enhance the thriving music scene with a new, free summer music series. These intimate performances will be held on select Friday evenings through August at Old Milton Park on the corner of Milton Avenue and North Main Street.
Mary Jane Potter, owner of the well-known music venue Matilda’s, will produce the new series. Performances range in genre, style, and size and will serve as a great addition to an evening out in downtown Alpharetta.
July 19, J. Scott Thompson will take the stage. An audience favorite endearing himself to crowds nationwide (and quite a few in England) with his warm, easy-going personality, powerful voice, and fresh style of Americana songwriting. Pulling from his southern roots, Thompson writes from the heart and speaks to the soul with songs influenced by his dad’s record collection of James Brown, Sam Cooke, The Beatles, and Otis Redding. A prolific songwriter and captivating performer, Thompson combines a southerner’s knack for storytelling with a dose of southern charm making lifelong friends and loyal fans wherever he goes.
Free parking can be found at the new parking deck located at 92 Milton Avenue or 31 Old Roswell Street parking lot. Additional parking is available at the Alpharetta City Hall parking deck located at Park Plaza. Old Milton Park, 35 Milton Avenue, Alpharetta.
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