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The Mountain Home Block Party provides free entertainment to its guests on Friday nights in Mountain Home. SUBMITTED PHOTO


Mountain Home Block Party Schedule


June 8 – Burnin’ Daylight June 15 – Rio


Last year, Mountain Home’s Friday


Night Block Parties were incredibly pop- ular — averaging 450 people a week, said Ron Shire, event coordinator. The last concert of the season attract-


ed a crowd 1,000 strong. The free concert series is held 7 p.m.,


Friday nights, through Sept. 14. This year is going to be bigger and bet-


ter, he said. “I am upgrading everything. I have a


variety of music from jazz to celtic and gospel. I have a Branson group coming down. July 20 is going to be a big night. It’s going to be my 50th night, and I will have the classic car club in Mountain Home bring their automobiles down. I found a band from Conway that has played since 1955, and they play the ’50s music,” Shire said. There are more food vendors this year.


Hungry patrons can score everything from barbecue to Mexican, gourmet cup- cakes, sundaes and root beer floats. Shire expects to average 500-700 throughout the season as this continues


to build into a tradition for many. “The whole object is I want everybody


to take the night off,” Shire said. “We give away free bubbles to the kids every week and they love it. We have everything from millionaires to a family chipping in to buy a funnel cake to split. We are bringing to- gether the community.” If you need a dose of live music on Sat-


urday, Yellville’s Music on the Square has been going strong since 2001. The free concert series starts at 7 p.m. Saturdays through the second Saturday in Septem- ber, at 100 N. Mill St. Come hungry be- cause at 5:30 p.m., the local farmers mar- ket is held in conjunction so families come early and buy from the local farm- ers. There are food and drink vendors, too.


The musicians are mostly regional


and play everything from folk and funk to Christian, country to blues, so grab a lawn chair and enjoy a night of music un- der the stars. Information: http:// www.yellvillemusiconthesquare.com/


June 22 – Bootleg Riot


June 30 – NO BLOCK PARTY - ASUMH RWB FESTIVAL


July 6 – The Band Ozark – Kansas City July 13 – Katie Laney Band


July 20 – Legendary Pacers Sponsor


July 27 – Mellow Mountain Band


Aug. 3 – Gravel Yard Aug. 10 – Kickin’ Kountry


Aug. 17 – Natural State Band Aug. 24 – Melodikats


Aug. 31 – Oh Happy Day – from Branson


September is to be an- nounced.


LIVING WELL ❚ MAY/JUNE 2018 ❚ 15


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