Sunday Concerts with a View.
Combining incredible views of Downtown Macon with a community concert featuring live music from both celebrated and emerging musicians, Bragg Jam’s Second Sunday Concert Series invites everyone and anyone to this free event, every second Sunday evening of the month, from April through October.
What began as a free concert series in the College Hill Corridor has now evolved into a revered community event, where everyone is invited to pack a picnic or cooler (or purchase food and drink on site) and take in a free sunset concert on Coleman Hill, a city park with the most dynamic skyline views of Downtown Macon.
Second Sunday is organized by the Bragg Jam, the same all-volunteer organization that hosts Macon’s annual summer music festival. With Bragg Jam’s growing network of touring musicians, some of the best music of the region is known to make a stop at Second Sunday. Among those who have played Second Sunday are natives Molly Stevens and Travis Denning, as well as Margo Price, Clarence Carter, Jason Isbell and the late, legendary soul singer Percy Sledge.
About the Surrounding Geography.
Coleman Hill is a city park in the College Hill Corridor of the Intown Macon neighborhood, adjacent to the Mercer University School of Law campus. This expansive green space at one of the highest points in Macon offers breathtaking views of the downtown skyline. Coleman Hill is a historic park and treasured outdoor space, featuring an outdoor stage, Yoshino Cherry Trees, a World War I memorial, art installations and even a 60-ft-long, in-ground, concrete slide open to all ages to enjoy.