Fall Concerts on the Avenue 2021 in Review

Dori Wittrig November 18, 2021

The November series of Concerts on the Avenue just finished up last night! Three Wednesdays in a row, the Avenue of the Fountains was full of music, cornhole, art stands, food, and drinks. It was a great time! Here are some photos from the second and third nights of the Concerts.
The Saucy Jacks perform “A Hard Day’s Night” by the Beatles at the fountains by Sofrita.
At each Concerts event, two performances are going on at any given time. Up by the Town Hall and Sami Fine Jewelry, an acoustic performer sings. Down at the fountains in the median by Sofrita, a band plays.
The acoustics performers included Jai GravesSeth Brown, and Ritchie Fliegler. The bands were Lucas Brown and the Night Watch, the Chuck Hall Band, and the Saucy Jacks.
Down at the Sonoran Lifestyle Team office, we served a different fall cocktail drink each night. A unique board of meats, cheeses, crackers, and cookies was also available for snacking. Popcorn and water were given out to the audience between songs.
Attendance was great, with hundreds of people navigating the Avenue through the two-hour duration of each concert.
People had picnics in the grass with their dogs. Families played cornhole outside of the office. Firefely Wood-Fired Pizzas sold freshly made pizzas and cannolis from their food truck in the MCSO lot.
Seth Brown performs at the fountains between Sami Fine Jewelry and the Town Hall.
Overall, this November concert series was a huge success, and we all had a blast! Concerts on the Avenue is sponsored by the Sonoran Lifestyle Team at RE/MAX Sun Properties. The concerts will return in April of 2022.

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