An annual Thursday evening concert series held on the Washington County Courthouse lawn has been canceled for this coming summer, organizers say.
The decision to not have any of the events was due to the growing health concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
The Summer Concert series drew large crowds to the downtown area, as people would bring their lawn chairs and blankets to listen to live music. The event schedule had been released earlier this spring. The lineup was to include the Nashville Community High School band, the Threshermen, Roaming Home, Amy Acosta, Angela French and Broken Circle, Venedy Band and George Portz and the Polka Connection.
The concert series joined the growing list of events that have been postponed or canceled for the year. Last week, the Hoyleton Hofbraufest canceled its event for this summer.
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