The Perry GA Music Festival (2021)
***The Perry GA Music Festival was canceled due to policy restrictions adopted by the Perry City Council.***
The 11th Annual Perry Music Festival in Perry GA is coming to town so clear your calendars and prepare for a full evening of entertainment, food vendors, kid activities, and a wide variety of live music to satisfy the musical tastes of all patrons. You won’t want to miss this event!
Come out to the lawn of Perry’s newest Park, Heritage Oaks Park, and tap your feet to the sounds of today and yesteryear. The featured performers at this family- friendly event includes Luke Martin, Foxfire Revival, Cash’s Juke Joint, The Grapevine, and DJ Mix Master T.
The City of Perry Government is the proud host of this seven-hour, one day musical celebration. This year’s presenting sponsor is Kinetic by Windstream.
***Stay tuned for updates and possible cancellations, this event is contingent upon area hospitalization numbers and CDC guidelines. ***
The Perry GA Music Festival Details
This seven-hour musical event with nine performers is the perfect weekend entertainment for the whole family! There will be plenty of concession vendors and food trucks to whet your appetite and a host of activities to pique the interest of every family member.
When: Saturday, September 18th
Location: Heritage Oaks Park, 2005 Sam Nunn Blvd., Perry GA
Time: 4pm – 11pm
- Luke Martin
- Foxfire Revival
- Cash’s Juke Joint
- The Grapevine
- DJ Mix Master T
- 4pm – Luke Martin – Country
- 5:30pm – Foxfire Revival – Indie-Folk Americana
- 7pm – Cash’s Juke Joint – Soul Rock
- 9pm – The Grapevine – Motown, Pop + More
- Live Between Sets – DJ Mix Master T – All the Hits
- Lawn Blankets
- Coolers with Outside Drinks, Food & Spirits
- Tents on Exterior Only in Designated Areas Only, First Come First Serve Basis / No Staking – Bring Weights
Contact: Anya Turpin, email@example.com
The Perry GA Music Festival Host
The host for the 11th Annual Perry Music Festival is The City of Perry Government. The City of Perry GA is located nearly 15 miles south of Warner Robins GA, and is known as the “Crossroads of Georgia” due to its proximity to several GA highways. Today the city boats a population of over 20K residents, but the first settlers came and cultivated cotton, grains, peanuts, and peaches from the rich soils. The city offers southern hospitality with modern conveniences and hosts a variety of annual family events.