As Greensboro’s Southland Jubilee festival grows nearer, planning is underway and the search for this year’s entertainers has begun. The Southland Jubilee Main Stage will be filled with live music from 9am-5pm on Saturday, April 20 in Downtown Greensboro.
Every year the popular Main Stage has always been filled with local school concert bands, local singers and even children’s entertainment. This year’s main stage has a few time slots still available and welcomes anyone who would like to showcase their talent to apply. These time slots range from 30 minutes to one hour.
“The Main Stage is a gathering place for everyone in the festival,” states Kendrick Harris, Southland Jubilee Chair. “This location is a place where festival goers can gather, enjoy live music and socialize with neighbors and friends.”
Entertainers who would like to be considered for the Main Stage may contact Kendrick Harris at 706-453-7674 or by email at email@example.com. Deadline for entertainers is March 18.
For more information about Southland Jubilee, please visit www.SouthlandJubilee.com.
On April 20 Southland Jubilee will welcome festival attendees to celebrate their 15th year of bringing arts, food, music and heritage to downtown Greensboro.
Each year the Southland Jubilee festival grows even larger with the growth of the residential community, increased advertising and most importantly, the support of local businesses. The festival not only offers an enjoyable weekend experience for those attending but also provides an economic stimulus for local businesses in Greensboro.
The Greensboro Business Association voted unanimously at its January meeting to donate $1,000 to support Festival Walk, Downtown Greensboro’s newest park. The association’s support of Festival Walk will help with the finishing touches around the benches on the walkway.
The Greensboro Business Association (GBA) is an independent group of business owners.
GBA membership is made up of business from within the city limits of Greensboro. The assocation works as a team to benefit the Greensboro business community and downtown Greensboro.
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