The Concord Country Jubilee will feature live music, games, festival foods, craft vendors, special events, the ever-popular parade on Saturday and a special church service Sunday morning.
The parade will start at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16 along Highway 18 and will include the Pike County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard, Pike County Pirate Regiment Marching Band, Griffin Shrine Club, Concerned Citizens, Marine Corps League Toys for Tots Train and the Pike County Antique Tractor and Equipment Club.
Live music and entertainment will be at the pavilion both days with Saturday’s schedule featuring Don and Robin at 10 a.m., River’s Edge at 11:30 a.m. and Double Clutching at 3 p.m.
Concord Baptist Church will host a church service at 9 a.m. Live entertainment Sunday will feature New Creation at 2 p.m., Line Creek at 3 p.m. and Papa Jinx at 4 p.m. at the pavilion.
Red Clay Ministries will hold a Silent Auction in the R.F. Strickland Building.
“We have moved some of our booth locations around this year so be sure to get one of our flyers to make sure you don’t miss your favorite vendors,” said Concord’s deputy clerk Anita Neath.
“The children’s activities, including the precious ponies, will be located near the city playground. The city of Concord welcomed Sherry Brown as the new city clerk in July. Sherry will be helping manage the Jubilee this year.”
Parking is in the field near the intersection of Highway 18 and Roberts Quarters Road as well as the large field on Harris Street at McClendon.