The third season of Music Mondays kicks off May 3 at historic Crockett Springs Park with three bands taking the gazebo stage beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The free concerts are sponsored by the Rogersville Heritage Association, which owns the park.
RHA Director Melissa Nelson said the public is invited to attend the concerts featuring String Break, Neon Remedy and Traci Cochran.
“Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and a picnic and enjoy our hometown musicians,” Nelson said. “It’s a family-oriented event, and I would love to see families there picnicking on their blankets or in their lounge chairs enjoying the music. Music is very therapeutic, and with the times we’re in right now, it’s very much needed.”
The RHA asks concert attendees to exercise social distancing and stay at least 15 feet from the stage.
“There is plenty of room at the park to get spread out and social distance,” Nelson said. “Music makes everybody happy. It’s going to be a mix.