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Atlantic Groove Band performs Sept. 6 for Brick Street Live

Atlantic Groove Band will be performing on Thursday, Sept. 6 as the final band in the 2012 Brick Street Live concert series line-up. The concert will take place on E. Fisher Street in downtown Salisbury. Tickets are $5, and gates open at 6 p.m.
“Atlantic Groove Band has played at Brick Street Live before, and they always put on a great show,” said Mike Miller, president of Miller Davis Productions, one of the Brick Street Live producers.
Brick Street Live’s participating restaurants, including Benchwarmers, Cartucci’s, Chef Santos, The Salty Caper and Cooper’s The Gathering Place, will be open. Many of the restaurants will extend their premises, offering outdoor seating and service so Brick Street Live guests can enjoy the live music while they eat.
The 2012 Brick Street Live season is produced by Miller Davis Productions, Specialize Sound & Light, and Green Dot Music. Other major sponsors include the Rowan County Tourism Development Authority, United Beverage, Rowan Regional Medical Center, Tilley’s Harley-Davidson, Elium Exterminators and Wallace & Graham.
Tickets for the Atlantic Groove Band concert can be purchased online at www.brickstreetlive.com, by calling 704-637-5363, or at the gate the night of the event.
For information and updates on the visit www.brickstreetlive.com, or find Brick Street Live on Facebook at www.facebook.com/brickstreetlive.

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