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WAKE FOREST — From country and blues to salsa and jazz, there’s something for all music lovers at this year’s Six Sundays in Spring concert series.

Sponsored by the town of Wake Forest and ARTS Wake Forest, Six Sundays in Spring is an annual concert series featuring free, live, outdoor entertainment. Scheduled on consecutive Sundays from April 28 through June 2, Six Sundays in Spring offers area residents an opportunity to enjoy a variety of local and regional performers and an enriching cultural experience. All concerts are scheduled from 5-7 p.m. in the E. Carroll Joyner Park Amphitheater, 701 Harris Road.

In addition to Buckshot Betty, who performed last Sunday, other acts scheduled to perform during this year’s concert series include Southern Culture on The Skids on Sunday; The Magnificent’s Band on May 12; Orquesta GarDel on May 19; Tyson Brothers Band and Mister Felix on May 26; and the Marcus Anderson Band on June 2.

To view the entire 2019 concert schedule, including a description of each band, visit:

A variety of food and dessert trucks will be on site for each Six Sundays in Spring concert.

Concertgoers are invited to bring a picnic from home but are reminded alcoholic beverages and gas and charcoal grills are not allowed. Two large charcoal grills are provided on site. Unleashed pets are also prohibited.

In the event of inclement weather, this year’s concerts may be relocated to the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St. Updated concert information will be available by 3 p.m. on the day of the concert on the town’s Facebook page and by calling the Wake Forest Weather Line at 919-435-9569. Smart phone users who have downloaded the town’s app will receive a push notification message informing them of any schedule changes.

For more information, visit and search “Six Sundays in Spring” or email