Live music to fill Chattahoochee air once again

Chattahoochee Main Street recently announced that its popular Final Friday downtown concert series is scheduled to return the last Friday in April and will continue through October. 

The live music shows have been on hiatus for several months. In addition to performances by acclaimed local and regional acts of a variety of musical genres, Final Friday concerts are accompanied by food and craft vendors, children’s activities and other family-friendly fun, officials say. Final Friday shows are free and open to the public.

In other Chattahoochee Main Street news, repairs to the organization’s new downtown offices are ongoing, and the group still plans to set up shop in the new permanent location once the fixes are complete. After holding monthly meetings in an RV clubhouse, Main Street was anticipating a November 2018 move-in to their new downtown home, but Hurricane Michael foiled those plans. 

For now, Chattahoochee Main Street is holding monthly meetings in the Chattahoochee City Hall council chambers, 22 Jefferson Street. The meetings, 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month, are open to the public.

Chattahoochee Main Street is also anticipating a visit from Florida Department of Historical Resources officials to assess local Hurricane Michael damage. The organization is pursuing state funds and/or grant money for repairs to historical sites and ongoing upgrades and improvements to the Chattahoochee historical landscape, as well as the modern downtown streetscape.  

For more information, visit or check out the group on Facebook.

Brian Hilko, Tom Hilko, Maggie Horton, Cathy Hilko and Randall Wayne Johnson enjoy a music-filled night in downtown Chattahoochee. Tailgaters and spectators will be able soak up the jams once more this spring, when the Final Friday downtown concert series returns. Archive photo


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