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Gallery Gallop and Motown on Main Friday night

Gallery Gallop partnered with the Come Tickle Your Ivories project

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Third annual Downtown Gallery Gallop 


Join us during Downtown Salisbury’s 1st Friday Shop, Dine and Stroll event on June 3 from 5-9 p.m. This event will feature some of the area’s most talented artists as they demonstrate, display and sell their work.

During the evening, patrons will also have the opportunity to listen to great music as we partner with the Come Tickle Your Ivories project to feature “Motown on Main.” (see below)

A scavenger hunt will also be taking place for those who wish to take on the challenge. More information can be found on downtownsalisburync.com or facebook.com/downtownsalisbury.


‘Motown on Main 2016’ 


“Motown on Main” is back by popular demand, featuring some of our area’s finest and most talented African-American musicians singing or tickling the ivories of the decorated pianos along Main Street in downtown Salisbury. They’ll be serenading you to Motown favorites we all know and love during Downtown Salisbury’s First Friday Night Out Gallery Gallop tomorrow evening with the following schedule (others may be added):

Meroney Theater, 213 S. Main St. 6-6:45 p.m. Adrian Smith: Cornerstone Church music director and regular musician  for the Meroney and Lee Street Theaters.

Ruby’s, 210 S. Main St. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Catawba College sophomores and pop music majors T.J. Wooten and Aleciya Rucker.

Meroney Theater, 213 S. Main St., 7-8 p.m. Popular duo Rebecca Stinson belts ‘em out to Joe Ponds on piano, returning for their second “Motown on Main” performance.

Sweet Meadow Café, 111 N. Main St. 7-8 p.m. Cedric Waller – Tennessee native, Concord resident, returning for his second “Motown on Main” performance.

Salisbury Square Antiques & Collectibles, 111 S. Main St. 7 p.m. on: Pat “Mother Blues” Cohen – regular performer ‘round town, especially at Mean Mug Coffee Co.




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