Bands bring crowd to Pullman Square
HUNTINGTON -- Pullman Square continues to pull big crowds downtown for its summer concert series on Thursday nights.
This week, music fans got the chance to enjoy a double-shot of original tunes and cool covers from two area bands Sasha Colette and The Magnolias, as well as The Magnolias' new project called Downtown King.
The square was packed for the free concert presented weekly by 93.7 The Dawg and sponsored by Heiner's Bakery and Dutch Miller.
The series continues every Thursday -- except July 5 -- from 7 to 10 p.m.
Upcoming performers include One Foot, June 19; City Heat, June 26; Red Wanting Blues and Alternate Routes, July 10; Oakwood Road Band, July 17; The Recipe, July 24; The Mojo Bones, July 31; A Night of Woodstock, Aug. 7; Emily Kinner and the Fringe, Aug. 14; Carpenter Ants, Aug. 21; and Shane Thomas, Aug. 28.
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