Second Sunday

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.

Quaildogs - June 11, 6PM

Quaildogs

Bragg Jam is excited to feature Quaildogs to our third Second Sunday on June 11th at Coleman Hill! The concert begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

We will also be announcing the third and final wave of bands that will be performing at the Concert Crawl on July 29th!!

"Quaildogs breathe life into a distinctive brand of alt-country that recalls the genre’s heyday as a potent '90s niche, while at the same time reveling in classic, freewheeling rock & roll. Having managed to keep together a steady and unfaltering six-piece lineup since their 2011 inception, the band has developed a unique camaraderie and sound that has earned them opening slots for a diverse set of acts including The Handsome Family, Futurebirds, Moon Taxi, Roadkill Ghost Choir and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band—and all this before having released a proper debut full-length. 

The group's crowd-pleasing capabilities date back to Barnhart and bassist Lee Berg's teenage years, during which they played covers at middle-school dances and their high school's homecoming. While studying the music industry at Loyola University in New Orleans, the pair first met Josephs—but they didn't form Quaildogs officially until several years later, as Josephs ventured to New York after graduating. Once there, he circled the open-mic circuit for a short while, but by 2010 he’d had enough and appeared unannounced on Barnhart's Atlanta doorstep, guitar in hand. From there, a collaboration more than a decade in the making began to take shape. Berg, Banhart and Josephs easily sourced the rest of their crew from local musician pals—first Paul Brandon, who now handles mandolin, guitar and lap steel, then violinist Graham Terban and finally drummer Marvin Moate. They played their inaugural show in July of 2011, subsequently releasing a trio of lo-fi EPs."

Waker - May 14, 6PM

Waker

Bragg Jam is excited to feature Waker to our Mother's Day Second Sunday on May 14th at Coleman Hill! The concert begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

We will also be announcing our second wave of bands that will be performing at the annual Concert Crawl on July 29th!!

"Waker was founded by childhood friends and songwriting duo Chase Bader (Vocals, Acoustic) and Conor Kelly (Electric guitar). The group hails from Nashville, mashing soul, rock & roll , & funk into an eclectic, danceable sound, focusing on songs that aim for the heart, head... and feet.

Originally known as Koa, Waker was christened in late summer 2016 following the addition of Dave Czuba (drums) & David Crutcher (keys) to the already talented lineup of Ryan Ladd (bass), Alex Mathews (sax), and Ryan McClanahan (percussion).

With a name that stems from the line, “Getting close to bedtime, time to wake,” in their song, “Fever,” The intention has always been clear, to “wake people” with their music. In a short amount of time, the band has already conquered festival stages at ACL, Hangout, SXSW, Firefly, and Wakarusa. They’ve toured with Blues Traveler, JJ Grey & Mofro, Moon Taxi, Galactic, the Wailers, recorded a session for Audiotree live, and headlined theater shows across the country.

Since the release of their 2015 EP, the band has continued their nonstop regiment of touring & writing. Look for new music in 2017.

Waker is an experience meant to be shared with others."