Cumming, GA

Cumming City Center announces its final free concert of the year

John Thompson

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(Cumming, GA) If you missed the first two free shows at the Cumming City Center, you still have one more chance to dance the night away.

The City announced late last week that it will host one more show before the cold weather arrives.

This Friday, November 4, at 7 p.m., The New Royals will visit the Lou Sobh Amphitheater with a broad repertoire, including contemporary hits and iconic classics from the 1960s through today. City Center officials expect The New Royals to be crowd-pleasers with their high-energy, up-tempo fun.

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The concert and parking are free. Food trucks and adult beverage vendors will be on-site for purchases. Guests can bring food and non-alcoholic beverages, but outside alcohol, coolers, cans, or glass bottles are not permitted. In addition, guests can bring lawn chairs or blankets.

The first two free concerts at City Center have been wildly successful, and officials say they are planning an entire season of shows next year.

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The Cumming City Center project has been a work in progress for many years.

“For the past five years, I, along with many others on our City of Cumming team, have put our entire hearts into development of this project, and I can’t wait for our community to be able to share in our affection for this very special place,” Mayor Troy Brumbalow said this summer.

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As the weather turns cooler, the Cumming City Center will offer its Winter Pop-Up Market, presented by Pieces & Peaches, on Saturday, November 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Cumming Farmers Market also operates from City Center year-round on Wednesday and Saturday mornings beginning at 6:30 a.m.

Many businesses and restaurants are expected to open in the spring of 2023.

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