Groovin’ on Gay Street music event set to roll Saturday

Staff Reports • Updated May 10, 2017 at 12:00 PM

Groovin’ on Gay Street will take place Saturday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the 200 block of Gay Street in Lebanon as a fundraiser for the Wilson County Habitat for Humanity’s upcoming women build.   

Four live bands will front the stage, featuring Gypsy South, the host band from Lebanon; Delgado’s “El Nino” from Mt. Juliet; St. Luke’s Drifters from Watertown; and the Loaded Dogs from Hendersonville.     

Music will be broad in spectrum, covering Americana, rockabilly, Latin-rock, oldies,  bluegrass, blues and country.  

Vendors will include crafters, jewelry makers, skin-care products, arts, woodworkers, fresh farm eggs, business booths and more. Booth spaces are still available for $35, payable directly to “Habitat For Humanity Women Build.” For a vendor application, call 615-300-0676 or email [email protected]     

The organizers asked for the community to come out and support this event, which will benefit the Wilson County Habitat for Humanity women build.

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