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Experience the 6th annual Buskers-Bash in Downtown Salisbury

5-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5

Join us for the Buskers-Bash, where more than 40 street performers vie for your vote.
Get a PICK-PACK at one of three locations — Rowan Museum, City Hall, Visitors Center — with five custom voting guitar picks, and a walking map showing where all the performers are located. The Historic Trolley will be running for those who would rather ride and shops are open late, many offering fun specials.
To vote for your favorite busker, toss a guitar pick in the performer’s Busker-Bucket. At 8 p.m., volunteers gather all the buckets and count the votes.
This free event culminates in a Grand Finale at City Tavern on E. Fisher Street. The top vote-winners are awarded cash prizes and more.

Performers for the 6th Annual Buskers Bash are:

Ken Cofer & Friends
CJ Peters
Chase Hicks
Daisy Clover
Alan Johnson
Robert Simmons
Steppin Out Dance Co
David Wittman
Sister Love
Spotlight Dance Co
Lisette Rodriguez
Smokin’ D
Lillie Weider
Aleta Johnson
Alice and Cooper
Buddy Farnan
Pete Bogle
Chelsea Rhae
Salisbury Swing Band
Mac Freeman
Lee Arnold
Wesley Price
David House
Karen Franks
Garrett Atwell
Rebecca Kulhawick
Brandon Bello
Dirty Cosmic
Greasy Breeches
Jessy Clark
Hidden Harbour Minstrels
Jeff Wall
Jordan Pate
Duke Wicker
Seth Grigg
Dylan Dingess
David Ellis
Meryl & Cliff
Mike Hartley
Glen Yost
Alicia ‘Jeannie’ Harp
Mary-Catherine
Bonnie Allyn &
Friends
Old Rockers
Ron Bowers
Mama Tried
Keith Shannon & Co

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