By 1812Blockhouse

Black Fork Commons Plaza in downtown Shelby is buzzing with excitement this summer! The Shelby Community Improvement Corporation is hosting ‘Market Music,’ a delightful series of live music performances at Shelby’s Farmers’ Market. Whether you’re a local resident or visiting the area, this is the perfect way to kick off your summer Saturday.

Enjoy Coffee, Fresh Produce, and Tunes

Each Saturday morning, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Black Fork Commons transforms into a lively hub of activity. Grab a coffee from one of the local vendors, shop for fresh produce, and unwind with some fantastic live music. It’s a great way to support local farmers and artisans while enjoying the vibrant community atmosphere.

Music Line-Up to Keep You Entertained

Shelby’s Farmers’ Market has an impressive lineup of local musicians set to entertain market-goers throughout the summer. Here’s what you can look forward to:

  • June 22: Macy Paige
  • July 06: Gone Sovereign
  • July 20: Doug & Kimmy
  • August 03: Michael Kruman
  • August 17: Just Gayle
  • August 31: Sarah Goff
  • September 14: Highland Grove

A Community Event for Everyone

The Shelby Community Improvement Corporation has truly crafted an event that brings people together. ‘Market Music’ is not just about the melodies; it’s about fostering a sense of community and supporting local talent. Whether you’re a music lover, a foodie, or just looking for a pleasant way to spend your Saturday morning, this event has something for everyone.

Join Us at Black Fork Commons Plaza

Mark your calendars and bring your friends and family to Black Fork Commons Plaza in downtown Shelby. Enjoy the blend of fresh market finds and live music, making your weekends in Shelby even more special. Remember, the music starts at 10:00 AM sharp, so come early, grab your favorite treats, and find a good spot to sit back and relax.

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