Kids of all ages will find something fun at this year's Hatchie Fall Fest including a day filled with arts and crafts, fun foods, contests and live music. The family-friendly event is planned for October 21 beginning at 10 a.m. Admission is free.
October 21 set for Brownsville's Hatchie Fall Fest
Festivalgoers from all over the Mid-South will be in Brownsville, Tenn., Saturday, October 21, for the 14th annual Hatchie Fall Fest. The event has grown to attract more than 8,000 attendees during the family-friendly celebration that includes kid's games and activities, cooking contests, live music, arts and crafts and lots of food. The event opens at 10 a.m. and continues through the evening on the town's historic court square.
"We have some wonderful performers and events lined-up for this year's festival," says Sonia Outlaw-Clark, one of the festival volunteers. "We want folks to come out and enjoy their favorite musical styles, do some shopping and enjoy all the activities going on."
This year's entertainment will include Southern gospel, country, rock, rock-a-billy, rhythm and blues and more. Among the entertainers are the Barnetts, Tee Rainer and Company, Professor and the Bull, Roses Unread, Los Cantadoras, Mississippi Boomers and Sweet Angel.
The Memphis-based rock roots band Under the Radar will take the stage as headliners Saturday evening at 7 p.m. This band consist of three young men ( 13, 14 and 15 years old) who are taking the rock world by storm. They have opened for bands like Kansas, 38 Special, Loverboy, Saliva and more. The band started in 2014 and are also set to release their first album this fall.
Stage performances will also include the Haywood High School Show Choir and the Henderson-based step team Code Blue. From 1-4 p.m., you can hear Blues music on the Amphitheater stage provided by the West Tennessee Blues Society and featuring JD Taylor and Tyler Goodson.
Along with great music, festivalgoers will enjoy browsing over 100 arts and crafts booths and local merchant sidewalk sales. The Frozen T-shirt Contest is back, as are the Pet Show and Blessing, Cake and Pie Baking contest, wrestling, and corn hole competitions.
The Hatchie Fall Fest is held annually on the third Saturday of October in Brownsville, Tenn.. Admission to the festival is free and open to everyone. For more information and a complete schedule of events, visit www.hatchiefallfest.com.
We've Been Selected as a Family Destination For the Hatchie Fall Fest!We were informed that we have been placed in the Blog "Vacations Made Easy for the Hatchie Fall Fest. Here's the article, and the link to find it is below:
"Hatchie Fall Festival in Brownsville near Memphis, TN 1 N Washington Ave Brownsville, TN 38012 The Hatchie Fall Festival takes place in October. It's a fun event where you can enjoy the cooler weather of fall and the beautiful sights that the city has to offer. Over 9,000 people typically attend the festival with attendance numbers growing each year. There is an abundance of activities for everyone in the family to enjoy. Most people just come out to walk around the town and view what the vendors have to offer. Vendors set up tents along the streets to sell everything from handmade crafts to baked goods. There is an area for kids that includes inflatables and a few games. When you walk along the street to view everything that the festival has to offer, you'll see that there is quite a bit of food ranging from hamburgers to funnel cakes. There is live entertainment and cooking contests. Children can make arts and crafts. There are special shows for the kids and a few contests that are meant just for the adults to enter. Several high school bands play at the festival, and high school dance teams perform on various stages. You can enjoy a pet show as well as a cake and pie baking contest. Enjoy the cooler weather in October by visiting the Hatchie Fall Festival. There is something for everyone to do, such as eating, dancing, singing or shopping. When the festival is over, take a tour of the historical buildings to learn more about the town."When: October 21, 2017 https://www.vacationsmadeeasy.com/MemphisTN/eventCalendar/HatchieFallFestivalinBrownsvillenearMemphisTN.cfm If you'd like to reserve a space for the Hatchie Fall Fest, contact Sonia Outlaw-Clark at the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center at 731-779-9000
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Pictured L-R: Ron Acree, Director, TSBDC, Allyson and Keith Zaleski, Mary Ann Sharpe, Main Street Director, and Steve Hilton, CEO, Chamber of Commerce.
ZZ’s Restaurant receives Small Business AwardKeith and Allyson Zaleski opened the doors of ZZ’s restaurant in the fall of 2016 in Historic downtown Brownsville under the offices of the Wireless Group with the capacity to serve 75-80 people and a lot of anticipation from the community. That community hasn’t been disappointed. Since opening, ZZ’s has attracted both local and area residents to the downtown eatery. On Monday, May 1st, the Zaleski’s were rewarded for their hard work, as the Tennessee Small Business Development recognized them as their “Outstanding Emerging Business” of the year at the Chamber of Commerce. Keith and Allyson certainly have tuned into the tastes of the community, and are a tremendous success story” said Ron Acree, Director of the TSBDC. “It has been a privilege to work with all of our clients. Helping start-ups, watching them grown and being able to provice assistance to expanding businesses is what makes our job worthwhile.” Steve Hilton, CEO of the Chamber added “It’s always wonderful to see local businesses succeed in Haywood County, and it’s even better when they get the recognition they deserve. Congratulations to ZZ’s on winning this honor.” The award is presented as part of National Small Business Week, May 1-6, and awards were also presented for Outstanding Retail Business to City Gift in Humboldt, Outstanding Existing Business, West Tennessee Carpet Cleaning of Jackson, and Outstanding Start-Up Business, Horseshoe Lake Venue of Lexington.
Chamber President graduates from InstituteSteve Hilton, President and CEO of the Brownsville Haywood County Chamber of Commerce is presented with his graduation diploma from 2017 Institute Chairman, Melinda Shepard and TCCE President, Bryan Daniels. Institute is a 2 year program sponsored by the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Executives, which aids in the advancement of leadership development of those in the field of Chambers of Commerce. Graduates learn about all aspects of Chamber Management. About TCCE Institute: TCCE Institute is a two-year training program designed specifically for Chamber executives, staff and volunteers to learn the “chamber business” from experienced practitioners of the art. Institute is held annually at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Executives, (TCCE), was organized to enhance the professional growth and development of Chamber executives, staff and volunteers in the State of Tennessee. TCCE works to achieve the following goals and objectives: To foster the professional development of Chamber of Commerce executives and staff, to enhance status of Chambers of Commerce in the State and Nation, and to provide a communication link between Chamber of Commerce staffs in Tennessee.
Here's the time lapse video of the new Farmers Market Park that was built in Brownsville in just 6 hours by the community!
It's time to select new board members!
It is time to select 6 new members for our 2017-2018 Board of Directors. If you are a member in good standing, please nominate a person or persons who you think would make a positive contribution to the Board of Directors. This person can be yourself, or if you choose someone else, please make sure they wish to be nominated. If so, please copy and return the form provided in the link below. If you cannot print out the form, please email us at the address below and we will send the form to you. Nominations must be in by Friday, April 28th, 2017.
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Matt Spink Named General Manager for Precision CoilsMinneapolis, MN (February, 2017) Precision Coils announces Matt Spink has been promoted to the position of general manager, reporting to Jay Althof, President, Unison Comfort Technologies. Matt previously held positions in human resources, sales, and product management within the Greenheck Group for the past nine years. He holds both a bachelors and masters in engineering from the University of Minnesota and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Wisconsin. In addition to being a member of the Unison Comfort Technologies executive team; Matt’s energy and experience will provide solid leadership to deliver the “Right Fit, Right Now” to Precision Coils expanding customer base. ### Precision Coils is a business of Unison™ Comfort Technologies. For more information, visit www.precision-coils.com or contact us at 200 Morgan Street, Brownsville, TN 38012, (901) 466-7300 Contact: Randy Amborn 612.345.2605 firstname.lastname@example.org
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TEKNOR APEX TO EXPAND IN BROWNSVILLEComposites manufacturer to invest $32.2 million, create 50 new jobsBROWNSVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd and Teknor Apex officials announced today that the company will expand in Brownsville. Teknor Apex will invest $32.2 million and create 50 new jobs in Haywood County. “Teknor Apex is Haywood County’s largest employer and it has been crucial part of the community’s economic success for nearly five decades,” Boyd said. “Its decision to further invest in Haywood County is a strong vote of confidence in the advantages Brownsville and Tennessee offer global companies – a skilled workforce, ready access to global markets and business climate that enables innovation and growth. On behalf of Team Tennessee, I’d like to thank Teknor Apex for choosing to create 50 new jobs and investing in both Haywood County and its residents.” Teknor Apex plans to build a 200,000-square-foot distribution facility in the Brownsville-Haywood County Industrial Park. The expansion will allow Teknor Apex to grow the manufacturing units within its existing plant. Teknor Apex is one of the world’s leading custom producers of compounds, composites and plastics. It currently manufacturers products for four divisions at its 1-million-square-foot Brownsville facility: nylon, vinyl, chemical and garden hoses. Teknor Apex’s compounds are used in various applications, ranging from wire and cable products to automotive, medical, consumer and industrial products. “Teknor Apex is grateful to Haywood County, the City of Brownsville and the State of Tennessee for their continued support as we continue to invest in our shared future,” Rob Lincer, general manager of Teknor Apex in Brownsville, said. “We made a commitment to this facility and community almost 50 years ago and are proud to see it continue to grow. We are equally as proud of our employees, both present and past, that have made it possible.” Teknor Apex is headquartered in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and has 20 facilities across the world. The company first established operations in Brownsville in 1971. Teknor Apex has continued to grow since locating in Brownsville, recently surpassing 600 employees with new hires over the past year. Local officials applauded Teknor Apex for its decision to expand further in Haywood County. “On behalf of the City of Brownsville, we are proud of the team effort to stimulate job creation and economic development through the expansion of Teknor Apex and its facilities,” Brownsville Mayor William D. Rawls, Jr. said. “As we recruit new industry, it is imperative that we sustain our existing industry by offering means of support.” Brownsville and Haywood County are represented by Sen. Dolores Gresham (R – Somerville) and Rep. Craig Fitzhugh (D – Ripley) in the Tennessee General Assembly. About the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development’s mission is to develop strategies that help make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs. To grow and strengthen Team Tennessee, the department seeks to attract new corporate investment in Tennessee and works with Tennessee companies to facilitate expansion and economic growth. Tennessee is the only three-time winner of “State of the Year” for economic development by Business Facilities magazine. Find us on the web: TNECD.com. Follow us on Twitter: @TNECD. Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/TNECD.
Chamber releases "A Uniquely Haywood" Christmas tourThe Chamber of Commerce, partnered with Trin Photography, has released a CD entitled "A Uniquely Haywood" Christmas. The CD frames Haywood County homes and community in Christmas lights. The CD is available from the Chamber of Commerce for $10.00 for a limited time only.
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Leadership of Chamber RestructuredDuring the November meeting of the Board of Directors of the Brownsville Haywood County Chamber of Commerce, the board unanimously voted to change the by-laws and restructure the leadership of the Chamber. Joe Barden, who served as the President of the Board, will now be the Chairman of the Board and the title of President and CEO of the Chamber is now the official title of Steve Hilton instead of Executive Director. “We, as a board of directors, are very simply re-emphasizing faith in Steve’s leadership at the Chamber. He runs the day to day operation, and oversees all the functions of the Chamber as well”, said Barden. “The Board of Directors is charged with setting the budget and direction of the Chamber, and we have done that. We meet 6 times a year, and want our community to know that we have complete faith in the direction that the Chamber has taken over his tenure”. Hilton will celebrate one year at the helm of the Chamber on November 30th, and during that time, seen the addition of several new businesses come to the community, a new festival and expansions to education. He was named the President of the West Tennessee Chamber Executives for 201-2017, and this year, to the Tennessee Chamber Institute Committee. This committee oversees the curriculum and operation of the Chamber Institute which certifies all of Tennessee’s Chamber of Commerce directors. For more information, contact Steve Hilton, 731-772-2193
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Night at the OscarsMonday, November 14, 2016- The Brownsville Haywood County Chamber of Commerce held its annual Awards Banquet on Thursday evening, November 3rd at the Wyatt Duke National Guard Armory in Brownsville. The attendees enjoyed a theme of “Night at the Oscars” for this year’s event. Eleven people were honored at this years event. Categories were: Small Business, Richards-Cummins Real Estate, Business, First South Bank, Industry, Domtar Paper, Recycler, The Forked Deer, Volunteer, Clinton Neal, Educator, Allison Ferrell, and Ambassador, Glenn Stoots. Carlton Veirs was selected as Man of the Year and Achana Jarrett the Woman of the Year. Two new categories were added to this year’s line up, the “Uniquely Haywood” Award which was won by Jeremy Jones and the Lifetime Achievement Award, picked up by Allan Callery. For more information, contact Steve Hilton, 731-772-2193 or visit the website at www.bhcchamber.org.
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Haywood County Receives Governor’s ThreeStar AwardGovernor Bill Haslam and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development presented ThreeStar awards at the 2016 Governor’s Conference on Economic and Community Development in Nashville in October. Steve Hilton, Chamber President, said that this year’s award marks the second decade that Haywood County has received the award. ThreeStar means that the Chamber, the County and our community receives state and federal grants for helping with community, economic and downtown growth and incentives. “The way that our county is certified means more improvements can be done through ThreeStar. It’s just one area that the Chamber strives to make sure that our county is recognized at the state level.” The ThreeStar program is a vital component to Tennessee’s overall level of success, providing counties with a framework for continued economic and community strength. Annual participation in the ThreeStar program helps communities develop a strategy and a plan to address Governor Haslam’s five priorities for public policy that include: jobs and economic development; fiscal strength and efficient government; public safety; health and welfare; and education and workforce development. The program encourages local community leaders, representing the five program areas, the Joint Economic and Community Development Board, and other key community stakeholders to implement activities that will impact the quality of life issues and therefore, their global competitiveness. Benefits of certification include a four percent discount on the required match rate for select state and federal grants. Participation in certain state programs, such as the TN Downtown Revitalization Program, Select Tennessee Property Evaluation Program, and the Tourism Enhancement Grant Program require the county is ThreeStar certified. Additionally, certified counties designated as Tier 2 and Tier 3 are eligible for an annual grant to serve as seed money for activities focused on improving at least one of the measured areas of the program. To learn more about the ThreeStar program, visit TN.gov/ECD/ThreeStar.
Tuatha Dea, the Celtic gypsy rock band from Gatlinburg, Tenn., will headline the 11th Annual Celtic Fest to be held September 17-18 in Brownsville, Tenn.
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Tuatha Dea to headline Celtic Fest September 17-18BROWNSVILLE TN (SEPTEMBER 7, 2016): Tuatha Dea, an award-winning Celtic rock band from Gatlinburg, Tenn., will be the headliner act at this year’s Celtic Fest September 17 and 18. The annual festival will be held on the grounds of the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville and will include a variety of regional performers, re-enactors and demonstrations throughout the two day event. Activities begin at 10 a.m. each day. “Tuatha Dea is a family band with ties to Jackson,” says Bobby Bates, Celtic Society of West Tennessee president. “Their use of primitive drums blends with instruments such as guitars and Native American flutes to create an authentic sound and feel that draws the audience in.” Conceived by Danny Millikin and his wife, Rebecca, Tuatha Dea includes their children and extended family members. The band’s name is adopted from an old Irish phrase that means “Children of the Gods.” Together they have created a Celtic drum circle sound accented by their flamboyant and energetic stage presence, complete with costumes. Attendees can experience their performances Saturday at 1:45 and 7 p.m., as well as 4 p.m., on Sunday. Tuatha Dea currently has four albums to its credit and has toured with groups such as Seven Nations, Celtica, Raithkelter, Soar Patrol, Wendy Rule and many others while performing all over the U. S. and Canada. After winning first place in the Hard Rock Rising competition in Pigeon Forge last year, Tuatha Dea went on to place 15th at the worldwide contest that included over 10,000 bands. “We are excited that Tuatha Dea will also be performing for our local high school students,” says Brownsville Chamber Director, and festival emcee, Steve Hilton. “This is a great opportunity for us to share our Celtic heritage with the youth while presenting them with an unforgettable show.” Haywood High School students will get a treat Friday when the Brownsville Arts Council and the Chamber of Commerce present Tuatha Dea in a special “Arts in Education Week” performance. “Because our mission is to cultivate the arts within the community, we are elated to present Tuatha Dea at Haywood High School as a preface to the upcoming Celtic Fest, “ says Arts Council Director Achana Jarrett. “The student’s exposure and the performance promises to be very impressive.” Festivalgoers will also enjoy Northeast Arkansas Caledonian Drum and Pipe performers, the Birdsong School of Music Harps, Cara-Anne and the Minstrels, clogging by Sarah Rohde, Terrie K, Rob Millette, Catherine Koehler, John and Vickie Lecroy and Bobby and Sue Bates. The Society for Creative Anachronism, an organization dedicated to researching and recreating pre-17th century European history will be onsite with an encampment that allows attendees to experience a little of what life was like during the Middle Ages. The Celtic Society of West Tennessee is based in Jackson. Volunteers donate their time to create an authentic, family-friendly experience that includes Celtic food, music, one-of-a-kind merchandise and demonstrations. Celtic Fest is the primary fundraiser for the non-profit group who raises money each year for worthy causes throughout West Tennessee. Admission is $6 per person, per day, or $5 with a nonperishable food donation. Children 12 and under are free. This is a rain or shine, family-friendly event. For more information and complete Celtic Fest schdeule, please contact Bobby or Sue Bates at 731-845-5521, or visit the website: www.celticsocietyofwtn.org.
Sweet Angel and the Sweet Angel Blues Band will be the headliner act at the Delta Heritage Center Saturday night, July 16, during Summer Jamz Music Fest. The festival features live music and activities at various locations throughout Brownsville July 14-18.
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Summer Jamz Music Fest heats up July 14-18BROWNSVILLE TN (JUNE 25, 2016): July's heat can't stop good music and five Brownsville organizations have found a way to combine them. Summer Jamz Music Fest is a five-day event that includes indoor and outdoor venues offering live music. The events are free and two activities offer attendees a chance to participate. The music festival begins Thursday, July 14 through Monday, July 18. "This is our second year to present Summer Jamz," says Arts Director Achana Jarrett, "and we are super excited to 'turn up the heat' with lots of great music planned." Thursday night kicks off with "Jammin' at Mr. Jimmy's," an open Blues jam at Jimmy's Farmers Market in downtown Brownsville. The West Tennessee Blues Society (WTBS) is hosting the event that offers an opportunity for everyone to be a part of the show. The WTBS Jam Band will perform and provide backup for those wishing to participate - just bring your instruments, voice, dancing shoes and love of the Blues. The jam session begins at 6 p.m., and Jimmy's will be grilling his famous burgers and more. Friday evening will showcase hometown folks during "Brownsville Rootz." The Brownsville Arts Council will present local talents at Temple Adas Israel, North Washington St. Selections will include instrumentals and vocalist. The doors will open at 6 pm and music begins at 7. Saturday will feature day long activities all around Brownsville, including tours of Dunbar Carver Museum (Jefferson St.) from 1-4 p.m., and the MindField (West Main) from 2-4 p.m., courtesy of Main Street Brownsville. The Brownsville Chamber invites you to "pop-in" to local businesses for special Celtic performances from 1-3 p.m. Locations include The Forked Deer (1p), Food Giant (1:30p), The MindField (2p) and Sonic Drive-In (2:30). According to Chamber Director Steve Hilton, the "pop-up musicians will be offering a sample of the music that will be featured at CelticFest in September." Saturday culminates with "Bluez, Soul & Rock 'n Roll" beginning at 5 p.m., at the Delta Heritage Center. Sweet Angel and the Sweet Angel Blues Band will headline the outdoor concert that also includes Rockabilly's Rayburn Anthony, the 901 Blues Band and Elam McKnight Band. Car enthusiasts are invited to cruise-in in their favorite rides and show off a little. Concessions will be on site and bleacher seating is available, or you are invited to bring your lawn chairs or blankets. Sunday evening brings "Prayz in the Park" to the Brownsville Amphitheater. Beginning at 7 p.m., local choirs and groups will perform your favorite praise songs. Again bring your lawn chairs and enjoy a Sunday evening on the square. Summer Jamz will conclude on Monday night with "Open Mic Monday." This event will highlight the spoken word including poetry, short stories and song. Registration begins at 6 p.m., at the Delta Heritage Center. All events are free, family-friendly and suitable for any ages. For more information about any of the Summer Jamz events, contact the Delta Heritage Center at 731-779-9000 or visit www.facebook.com/summerjamfest
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Brownsville Chamber Announces ForumBrownsville, TN, Wednesday, May 18, 2016 – The Brownsville Haywood County Chamber of Commerce announces its first ever “Meet the Candidates” forum for the candidates for the 8th Congressional District of Tennessee. Several Republican and Democratic candidates have accepted the invitation to introduce themselves to the attendees of the event which will be held on Thursday evening, May 26th, 7:00 PM at the Ann Marks Performing Arts Center on College Hill in Brownsville. Steve Hilton, Executive Director of the Chamber will moderate the event. Senator Ed Jackson (R-Madison, Crockett, Dyer, Lake and Lauderdale Counties) and Representative Craig Fitzhugh (D-Lauderdale, Crockett, Haywood) will introduce their respective party candidates, who will give a short background and will be posed questions from the media. The event will be recorded for television broadcast in the West Tennessee broadcast markets, and is free and open to the public in Haywood County as well as the surrounding counties that the 8th US Congressional district represents. The candidates are all vying for the post currently held by Congressman Stephen Fincher, who announced he will not seek re-election earlier this year. For more information, contact Steve Hilton, Executive Director, 731-772-2193 or visit the website at www.bhcchamber.org.
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731-772-2193Brownsville Chamber of Commerce issues 3 Star Grants Friday, April 08, 2016 - The Brownsville Haywood County Chamber of Commerce announces the award of the 2016 3 Star grant to the city of Brownsville for Economic Development, and to Career Ready under the pillars of Retail and Workforce Development. Brownsville’s grant portion of $5,000 will be used to train individuals in retail recruiting this June. The money will be used for the course and training materials, so that Brownsville will have the tools needed to actively and precisely recruit businesses to the city. Mayor Bill Rawls has selected Steve Hilton, Executive Director of the Chamber, as well as Almeta Ellis, Assistant to the Mayor to participate in the training. Hilton said that this training is crucial to identifying the specific needs of brokers who are seeking properties in cities. “They are looking to locate in certain areas of the country and that may mean Brownsville. This training will allow us to identify the exact perimeters of what they are looking for and present it to them.” he said. “It will then be a yes or no proposition” Mayor Rawls added, “I feel this investment will open endless doors for retail development.” The $5,000 presented to the Career Ready program will be to help buy course materials to further train the workforce in Haywood County according to Hilton. Dr. Allan Sterbinsky, who oversees the Career Ready program in the county said “The $5,000 Three Star grant helps more Haywood County residents earn their Career Ready Certificates at no cost. Earning a Career Ready Certificate gives residents a competitive advantage in applying for jobs, but also helps us bring more jobs to Haywood County.” Hilton added that the money could not have a better use as far as the Chamber is concerned. “Our goal is growth of commerce and community. I think we’ve hit a home run this year” he said. For more information, contact Steve Hilton, Executive Director, 731-772-2193 or visit the website at www.bhcchamber.org.
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Main Street Brownsville Live at the AMP
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Saturday, April 23rd, 6:00-9:00 pmMain Street Brownsville will be cranking up downtown Brownsville at the amphitheater Saturday, April 23rd, 6:00-9:00 pm. The fragrance of food will be in the air and the music will be rocking. Bring a blanket or lawn chair but be prepared to dance the night away. Invite your friends and family to join us for a casual night in downtown Brownsville where the fun has just begun. The event will open with the smooth eclectic sound by our localHatchie Blues Band featuring Mr. Sammy Flagg. The Hatchie Blues Band is a favorite at Mr. Jimmy’s Farmers Market. Headlining the event will be The Sensation Band & DJ Combo, Memphis, TN. They have entertained audiences around the United States with their high energy and contagious sound. Combining state of the art sound and lighting, The Sensation Band & DJ Combo have been voted Best of Gig masters 2013, 2014, 2015 and received the Rising Star Award in 2013 & 2015. Their music list ranges from Van Morrison, to Otis Redding, Al Green, and Marvin Gaye. Raisin’ Cain, winner of numerous competition awards and one Best of Award will be serving up his famous BBQ sandwiches, BBQ nachos,ribs and more for a taste of southern smoke shack goodness. Food Giant will also be grilling rib eye steak sandwiches which are sure to please. For more information, contact Mary Ann Sharpe, Main Street Brownsville Director, 731-277-9320, and like us on Face book for other events happenings in the Main Street District.