Chickamauga’s First Friday With Common Ground Is Sept. 1

Monday, August 14, 2017
Common Ground
Common Ground

The city of Chickamauga and the Chickamauga Community Growth Association will be hosting First Fridays “Block Party” featuring Common Ground on Friday, Sept. 1.

Common Ground is a north Georgia based cover band that performs songs from the 1950s to current hit music. Strong vocals and solid musical skills drive this musically diverse band.

Gordon Street will be closed at 5:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 6 p.m. with merchants remaining open for the crowds and will have giveaways.

Participants may bring chairs. 

For more information visit the city of Chickamauga Facebook page or www.cityofchickamauga.org or email fanci@cityofchickamauga.org


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