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Ashley Park’s Sounds of Summer

Who: Ashley Park will feature live music and entertainment courtesy of Kristian Whittington, Montrell McClendon, Isaac Streetman, and Cocomotion. 

What: Sounds of Summer outdoor concert and family-friendly entertainment at Ashley  Park. Enjoy a mix of classics, covers and originals from local performers, giveaways, food trucks, spunky + totally Instagrammable balloon walls, a vintage Volkswagen photo bus, and local pop-up vendors. Pop-up vendors include Timberwolf Axe Throwing, Roll with  Juniper vintage photo bus, Frios Gourmet Pops and Beloved Sweet Pies. 

When: Saturday, July 24, 2021, 5:30-8:30 pm 

Where: Ashley Park on the center’s main street and on The Green next to DSW. 

Why: This is a free community event. No tickets are required. Attendees are welcome to  bring a monetary donation for local non-profit, Bridging the Gap (BTG). There will also  be opportunities to make digital donations to BTG in assisting with the organization’s summer meal program and tornado relief efforts. 

ABOUT ASHLEY PARK 

Ashley Park, a premier 554,364-square-foot, regional open-air center, serves Metro  Atlanta’s burgeoning communities of Newnan and Peachtree City. Dillard’s, Belk, Best  Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Barnes & Noble and Regal Cinemas anchor the center, which  was built in phases between 2004 and 2008. Ashley Park’s diverse national and regional  tenant base of more than 50 retailers and restaurants, as well as services and  entertainment, consistently position it as the region’s leading open-air shopping center.  Ashley Park is professionally leased and managed by Bayer Properties, LLC. For more  information, visit ashleyparknewnan.com.  

ABOUT BAYER PROPERTIES  

Birmingham, Alabama-based Bayer Properties, LLC specializes in developing, leasing,  managing and marketing mixed-use real estate properties nationwide. Bayer Properties  

currently owns and/or operates retail and office properties totaling approximately 10  million square feet, such as The Summit in Birmingham, AL, The Forum on Peachtree  Parkway in Peachtree Corners, GA and The Summit in Reno, NV. Most recent developments include The Pizitz Building urban revitalization project in Birmingham, AL.,  and The Summit at Fritz Farm, a mixed-use project in Lexington, KY. For more information,  visit bayerproperties.com. 

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