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Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series – Mason Granade
April 25, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The Arts Council of Northeast Louisiana ends its FREE Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series with live music from Mason Granade on April 25. Everyone is welcome to come out at noon every Wednesday in April at Anna Gray Noe Park. The park is located in downtown Monroe between St. Francis Medical Center and the courthouse.
A long-time series favorite, Granade has performed for over 30 years and is a regular at regional cafes and night spots, and as Worship Leader at Bethel Baptist Church in West Monroe. Granade finds inspiration from Eagles, America and The Beatles. He has recorded an album with Matthews-Granade, and his songs were featured in R-Squared movies “New Hope” and “Flag of My Father,” where he had a cameo. Sneak a listen online at www.masongranade.com, then join the Arts Council for this rocking series finale at the park.
Limited seating is available, and picnic blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. The Cookout Food Truck will be selling food as well. The Arts Council’s Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series is sponsored by CenturyLink, Origin Bank and the City of Monroe. Complimentary cookies are provided by Mulhearn Corporation. Lemonade and water are provided by First Baptist Church of Monroe, which is also the rain plan venue. For the entire Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series lineup, click here.