Perry Music Festival starts weekend on a high note

People in the city of Perry started their weekend off a high note at the 7th Annual Perry Music Festival.

The event was at from Rotary Centennial Park and Perry Mayor, James Faircloth, says this is an event he looks forward to every year.

“Music does unite people because everyone can feel the beat,” said Faircloth.

There is nothing less soothing and calming then listening to music of almost any genre.

No matter what genre you're into, performer Josh Pridemore says there's good music for every taste.

"We play some good dance music and some ballads and everything even some originals," said Pridemore.

He's a chiropractor in Warner Robins, but in his spare time he's singing tunes with the group War Town Heroes.

“Music means a lot to me,” said Pridemore. “I've been doing it my whole life and if I could do this for a living, I'd be happy, but chiropractic's good too.”

The sound of music isn't the only thing filling the air. Six vendors are on-site selling food and drinks.

The event ends at midnight and you can bring blankets, tents, chairs and coolers to Rotary Centennial Park. Do not bring alcohol or illegal substances.


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