Lower Town Arts and Music Festival Continues Today
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH, KY - The Lower Town Arts & Music Festival continues today.

Songwriter and instrumentalist Darrell Scott will headline the music portion of the festival. Scott has written multi-platinum songs for Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks, Brad Paisley, and Travis Tritt.  Additionally, the festival music lineup draws a diverse spread of genres including blues, jazz, rock, bluegrass, indie, pop, country, Latin, folk, and Americana.  

Other musicians scheduled include the Wheelhouse Rousters, Lew Jetton and 61 South, Big Maracas, and Rip Lee Pryor. Artists will perform on stages at 7th and Madison Streets, and on Harrison Street near 6th Street.  

Photographers, painters, sculptors, and artists who work with ceramics, wood, leather, jewelry, glass and mixed media will be showing and selling their art. Several area galleries will be open during the event as well.

To see the complete up-to-date schedule of musical performers and a list of participating artists and galleries, click the link below.

The Lower Town Arts & Music Festival is a two-day celebration of the art, music, food, beer and wine from the region surrounding Paducah. It takes place in the Lower Town Historic Arts District close to downtown Paducah. Sculptors, painters, craftsmen and photographers set up covered booths along the Arts District’s streets for review and purchase. 

The Yeiser Center produces the festival as part of its mission to further the appreciation of the arts in the local community. 

On the Net:

Lower Town Festival website

Published 07:47 AM, Saturday May. 19, 2018
Updated 01:49 PM, Saturday May. 19, 2018

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