Second Sunday Concerts are a College Hill Corridor signature event. Every second Sunday of the month, from April through October, expect one of the best community picnics in Macon featuring live music on Coleman Hill. The concerts are free to attend and feature a cash bar and food available for purchase. Picnics, lawn chairs and pets are welcome. Please refrain from bringing tents and grills. Second Sunday Concerts take place from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Check back often for an updated schedule of performers.
Little Tybee - August 13, 6PM
Bragg Jam is excited to feature Little Tybee to our 5th Second Sunday of 2017 on August 13th at Coleman Hill! The concert begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public!
"Little Tybee’s eponymous self titled 4th studio album is by far the group's most ambitious work, and fully crystallizes the Atlanta sextet’s brand of dynamic and multi-layered dream folk. Named for a small island off the coast of Georgia, Little Tybee have been a mainstay in Atlanta’s burgeoning music scene since they formed in 2009. The group has developed a cult following for their celebrated live sets, and have opened for acts including Victor Wooten, Kurt Vile, Of Montreal, Maps and Atlases, Hundred Waters and many more. Little Tybee “have been developing their genre bending sound over the course of nearly seven years, three albums, and countless tours across the States,” and according to Vice’s Noisey, “it’s time to start paying attention.”
The High Divers - July 9, 6PM
Bragg Jam is excited to feature The High Divers to our fourth Second Sunday on July 9th at Coleman Hill! The concert begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public!
Don't forget the Concert Crawl will be later this month, on July 29th!!
"There is no hiding that each member of The High Divers hails from South Carolina. A subtle twang dots the roots rock n’ roll landscape from which the band pulls its sound and feel. “Riverlust”, the group’s debut album, is full of southern tinged imagery that places you in the deep woods of South Carolina. The High Divers create music that nods to the southern rebelliousness of Tom Petty, the raw beauty of Neil Young, and the genre clashing of Wilco, yet is leaning forward all the time."