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Black Stone Cherry concert shines a light on the weekend’s events


Hub City Brewery is having another concert Thursday night, and Black Stone Cherry is the performer.

Black Stone Cherry has been playing for 20 years and has six albums to his name.

Most of their music is southern rock, and they’ve toured with legendary bands such as Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Motorhead and ZZ Top.

Their latest album is “Family Tree” which continues their southern rock tradition.

Tickets are between $ 15 and $ 20 and the show starts at 8 p.m. at the Hub City Brewing (250 West Main Street in downtown Jackson).


Frank’s Friendly Flea Market will be at the Jackson Fairgrounds (800 South Highland in downtown Jackson) this weekend and the first weekend of each month. The flea market will be open on Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no parking or entrance fee. Everyone is encouraged to dress up, distance themselves socially, and profit from the market.

The AMP concert series: Ricky Ray will be the lead performer this week as the AMP summer concert series continues at 91 New Market Street in downtown Jackson. The music will begin at 7:30 pm Blankets and lounge chairs are welcome at this family event. Free parking is available throughout the city center.

Tractor Show at Discovery Park: The 2021 Antique Tractor Show at Discovery Park of America (830 Everett Boulevard in Union City) will be held on Friday August 6 and Saturday August 7 for all tractor enthusiasts and their guests to enjoy. During the show, attendees from across the United States load up their vintage and vintage tractors and take them on display on the beautiful grounds of Discovery Park. The event ends with tractors lining up for a parade around the park as guests line the road and cheer on their favorites. A free special screening of “SILO” at the Simmons Bank Ag Center will take place on Friday at 6.30pm. A limited number of tickets are available. The museum and heritage park will remain open until 8 p.m. on Friday. There will be live music, food from Blue Bank Resort and Fast Macs, and a cash bar. On Saturday there will be a live tractor auction at 11 a.m. Bid on two vintage tractors from the Discovery Park collection. For guests, the tractor show on Friday August 6 and Saturday August 7 is free with your entry to the park or your membership.


Karaoke: Hub City Brewing will host the karaoke night at 8 p.m.


Sunflower Sundays: Sunflower Sundays is a four-week festival that will combine music, food and sunflowers at Sunset Valley Farms (1190 Tn 200 Huron) from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Sunday for the next four weeks. This week’s music is by Hunt Pearson & the South’rn Sounds Band starting at 5 p.m. Buy your tickets now online at www.cornmazefestival.com to reserve your seat. Tickets are not guaranteed at the door. Come pick sunflowers, make a bouquet and take photos in the field. Farmer Brian will provide a barbecue, mini donuts, fresh lemonade and more. Online admission starts at $ 11.50 with different pricing packages available. Tickets, if available at the door, start at $ 20. Children 2 and under enter for free.

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