CrossTown Band rocks the Blackwater

Published on June 10, 2014 with No Comments

band1If you missed Bands on the Blackwater featuring the CrossTown Band you missed a rocking good time.

A near record crowd of over 2,000 people turned out for the concert on South Willing St. in historic downtown Milton and were treated to an awesome performance featuring music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s as well as some other impromptu songs from today.

Dancers literally filled South Willing St. as they danced the night away.

This Friday should be no different as the Groovinators take the stage at 6 p.m.

The Groovinators, are a four-piece jammin’ funk-rock-blues band from Lower Alabama. They are a tad bit unpolished with its improvised groove, but they are southern-fried rock and roll.

Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and coolers as you can enjoy a wonderful evening along the Blackwater River in Historic Downtown Milton or pull up and anchor your boat and listen to the music while you are on the water.

Make sure to thank our sponsors for making these concerts possible.

This year Bands on the Blackwater is made possible through sponsorships from McKenzie Motors, Karen Welch with Synovus Mortgage Corp., Santa Rosa Medical Center, The Blackwater Pyrates, Pace Water System, ADX Communications, and Cumulus Media.

If you would like to help make these concerts possible next year contact Katie Nichols at 983-5466.

For more information about Bands on the Blackwater contact the Milton Parks Department at 983-5466 or go to our Facebook page for Bands on the Blackwater.

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