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Memorial Day music on the subway

People around the subway will have several opportunities to find live music this Memorial Day weekend. After the cancellation of JXN Fest, many artists who were scheduled to play this event found new venues to perform on Friday and Saturday. As a result, the Memorial Day Music In The City event will take place at three different venues: The Flamingo JXN, Patrick’s Fondren Guitars, and Hal & Mal’s. “We wanted to give artists who have been displaced due to the cancellation the opportunity to continue performing,” said Brad Franklin, a local artist manager. Hal & Mal owner Malcolm White said: “It’s how you act when people ask you for help. We are very happy to do it, it’s what we do and it just gives us the opportunity to be part of something bigger than us. “The live music options continue on Sunday when Visit JXN hosts the 2nd Annual Laugh & Blues Festival at the Hank Aaron Baseball Field in Pearl. Doors open at 3 p.m., show starts at 5 p.m.

People around the subway will have several opportunities to find live music this Memorial Day weekend.

After the cancellation of JXN Fest, many artists who were scheduled to play this event found new venues to perform on Friday and Saturday.

As a result, the Memorial Day Music In The City event will take place at three different venues: The Flamingo JXN, Fondren Guitars by Patrick, and Hal & Mal’s.

memorial day music in the subway

Property of HearstFondren guitars by Patrick

memorial day music in the subway

Property of HearstThe Flamingo JXN

“We wanted to give artists who have been displaced due to the cancellation the opportunity to continue performing,” said Brad Franklin, a local artist manager.

Hal & Mal owner Malcolm White said: “It’s how you act when people ask you for help. We are very happy to do it, it’s what we do and it just gives us the opportunity to be part of something bigger than us. .”

The live music options continue on Sunday when Visit JXN hosts the 2nd Annual Laugh & Blues Festival at the Hank Aaron Baseball Field in Pearl. Doors open at 3 p.m., show starts at 5 p.m.