Music set to make a comeback on downtown Tallassee streets | Arts Entertainment

The downtown streets of Tallassee will soon be alive with music as the Tallassee and Friendship fire departments gear up to host the Sounds and Sirens Downtown Music Festival on Saturday, April 27. The festival aims to bring activities to town and raise funds for the fire departments. This event comes at a perfect time as the downtown streetscape is expected to be completed, providing a great opportunity for the community to come together and have some fun.

The lineup for the festival includes three bands, with Todd Gantt and Mother Moonpie kicking things off. Todd Gantt, originally from Tallassee, has been performing with Mother Moonpie for a couple of years. Joining them on stage will be Brandon Jordan from Holtville and Jesse Wilson, who hails from Phenix City and now plays in Nashville.

The stage will be set up downtown between South Ann Street and The Gallery, creating a vibrant atmosphere similar to the street dance events organized by the Tallassee Historical Society in the past. Food trucks will be available, and the Community Development Corporation will provide restrooms for attendees.

Tickets for the event can be purchased on the Tallassee and Friendship Facebook pages or at for $20, with free admission for children under 12. The organizers hope for a successful turnout and aim to make the festival an annual event to promote the city and support the fire departments.

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to enjoy live music and support your local fire departments at the Sounds and Sirens Downtown Music Festival in Tallassee.

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