First Friday Concert Series

First Friday Concerts run from October to April and are always a popular night out in the Cultural Arts & Community Center. Come ‘get down’ with the sounds of jazz, rock, Motown and more on the ‘First Friday’ of every month October through April, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.  Doors open at 6 p.m. No Meet Up Groups. RSVP is required, click here to reserve your spot!

The CAN-Do Food Drive is making a special appearance at the city’s First Friday Concert series this year! See more information down below.

2023 Concert Lineup

Jan 6 | Grains of Sand

The Grains of Sand Band Group Photo

Feb 3 | Myles Brown

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From Athens Georgia, meet The Grains of Sand Band! This is a seven-member band consisting of a three-piece horn section followed by lead and backup vocalist. They will entertain you with soul, R&B and beach music and make you want to find your dancing shoes!

Myles Brown is a professional songwriter and guitarist out of Atlanta, GA. Myles is an elite level electric guitarist, a performing classical & jazz guitarist, and a composer of symphonic music, jazz, funk, jam, dance, pop and instrumental world music. 

Mar 3 | The Rainmen

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Apr 7 | Xtreme Party Band

Xtreme Party Band photo

The Rainmen a group of Atlanta based veterans who specialize in rock n roll hits from the 60's and 70's!

The name says it all, because the party never stops! Catering to every music decade and genre, the band performs hit after hit to keep you on the dance floor. 

Can-Do Food Drive

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The CAN-Do Food Drive is making a special appearance at the city’s First Friday Concert series this year! When you come out to enjoy this month’s musical performance, please consider bringing a single-serve, individually packaged food item with you for our collection basket. All donations will be delivered to the new food pantry available inside the Norcross Library, thanks to a community partnership between the library, The Alliance, Perimeter Church’s Impact Norcross, Norcross First United Methodist Church and Carolee’s in Downtown Norcross. See list of suggested items below:

Fridge Items

  • Apples
  • Oranges
  • Cheese sticks
  • Yogurt cups
  • Small milks
  • Protein shakes
  • Lunchables
  • Individual lunch meat
  • Bottled water

Shelf Staples

  • Mac & cheese cups
  • Rice a Roni (indvidual cups)
  • Chef Boyardee cups
  • Oatmeal cups
  • Granola and cereal bars
  • Ritz crackers (individual shelves)
  • Cheese & peanut butter crackers
  • Individual peanut butter packets
  • Tuna & chicken pouches or sets with crackers
  • Snack packs of pudding (other calcium sources)
  • Apple sauce or pureed fruit pouches