Pack your chairs, kids, friends and family and head out to Errol Allan Park for an evening of great music by Guntersville’s students.

The Mountain Valley Arts Council (MVAC) presents the Guntersville Elementary School (GES) Choir, Guntersville High School (GHS) Jazz Band, Cherokee Elementary School Choir and Guntersville Middle School (GMS) Singers for the first concert in its 2019 Spring Concert Series, on tonight, April 18 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

The MVAC’s Spring Concert Series takes place in the heart of Guntersville’s “Arts & Entertainment District” at Errol Allan Park.

Food trucks will be on site, while local restaurants can cater to your other dining needs.

The MVAC invites everyone to come see the following shows for the April and May series:

April 18 - GES Choir, GHS Jazz Band, Cherokee Elementary School Choir and GMS Singers

April 25 - Barefoot Blues - blues/classic rock

May 2 - JED Eye - oldies/rock

May 8 - Section 8 - R&B/classic rock

May 16 - Tequila Falls - country-rock

May 23 - Joe Cagle Band – rock

All concerts run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., and admission is free.

MVAC encourages concert goers to bring art supply donations with them to the concerts.

The donations will be provided to county agencies, such as the Crain Court Youth Center and Child Advocacy Council who work with children.

Art supplies needed include scrapbook paper children’s scissors, glue sticks, markers, paint brushes, bottled paints, modeling clay and small canvases.

This continues the MVAC’s initiative to help spread the arts amongst the youth of Marshall County.

MVAC will also be hosting its April Exhibitor Carol McCrady at the gallery on Thursday, April 18 from 5 to 7 p.m.

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