Celebration in the Depot District to feature art, food, and music From "A Thousand Horses"
The City of Lawrenceville together with Slow Pour Brewing announce the first-ever Simple Southernality Festival on June 2 from 4 – 9 p.m. in Lawrenceville's Depot District (407 N. Clayton Street). In addition to highlighting Lawrenceville's ever-growing Entertainment District by the Historic Train Depot, the celebration will feature art, food, and music from "Beau & Luci" and headliner "A Thousand Horses."
The event is free to attend with food and beverages available for purchase on location. Adding to the celebration, Kicks 101.5 and Dallas McCade will be broadcasting live from the event. Additional details include:
Event will be held from 4 – 9 p.m.
4 p.m.: Music from DJ Gary Braner
4:30 p.m.: Max Eve
6 p.m.: Beau + Luci
7:30 p.m.: A Thousand Horses
Food Vendors: McCray's Tavern on the Square & Strange Taco
Art Vendors: Train Depot, Record Depot, Dizzy Gipsy & NV Bath & Body
Trolley Pick-ups from 3 – 9:30 p.m.:
1st Pick Up: City Hall
2nd Pick Up: Gas Department
3rd Pick Up: Lawrenceville Lawn (intersection)
4th Pick Up: 188 West Pike Street lot (Top of Aurora Theatre Parking lot)
Drop Off: Intersection of N. Clayton & Born Street
Continuous Loop: Right on Born, Right on Buford Drive, Right on Scenic Highway, Right on S. Clayton
Thank you to Lawrenceville's event sponsors Consolidated Supply & Pipe Company, McCray's Tavern on the Square and Kona Ice, Blue Rooster Bake Shop & Eatery on the Square, Mike Thomas – State Farm Insurance Agent, Peachstate Credit Union, and Brand Properties. Join the City of Lawrenceville and Slow Pour for a celebration of a slower pace and the simple things in life at Simple Southernality! For more information, visit www.lawrencevillega.org or check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cityoflawrenceville.