Mauldin’s popular Railroad Concert Series will host Cereus Bright, a Knoxville based band inspired by musicians like Wilco, Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, and Beck. The show is part of the group’s summer tour across the southeast.
Founding member Evan Ford: “We want to write songs about real life, which can be beautiful or messy or both. We want to play them in a way that’s melodic and catchy, but is still musical and real. And we want to connect with people–whether it’s in person or through our music, we want our music to mean something to people.”
All shows in this series are free, and begin at 7:00pm. Food and drink vendors will be on site, and lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. The show will be performed at the Mauldin Cultural Center, 101 East Butler Road.
Scissors Salon is hosting a Cut-A-Thon Fundraiser for March of Dimes. Haircuts will cost a $10 donation, and the event will have food, face-painting, and door prizes. The event is from 1:00-6:00pm. Scissors Salon is located at 308 E. Butler Rd.
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In case you missed the announcement this week, the Cultural Center is about to have a destination of another kind. Read: Mauldin City Council approves transformation of Log Cabin for new Ice Cream Station