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First Friday

First Friday

First Friday 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Macon Music’s Monthly Downtown Block Party. First Friday is a multi-block party occurring monthly in Downtown Macon. The event is a multi-faceted, people-packed monthly tradition showcasing the vibrancy and excitement…

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Pan African Festival

Pan African Festival of Georgia

Pan African Festival of Georgia 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Embracing Culture, Diversity and Music From Around the World. The Tubman Museum is host to the annual Pan African Festival of Georgia. Embracing cultural diversity while celebrating African influence in…

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Second Sunday Concert Series

Second Sunday Concert Series

Second Sunday Concert Series 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

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…

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Riverside Cemetery

Historic Riverside Cemetery & Conservancy

Historic Riverside Cemetery & Conservancy 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Steeped in More Macon Music Stories. Some of the most fascinating, unsung stories of Macon music history are interred at Historic Riverside Cemetery. Located adjacent to Rose Hill Cemetery, this…

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The Rookery

The Rookery

The Rookery 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Where Bragg Jam was Born. If Macon had an official rock cafe, it would be the Rookery. This locally-owned (and local favorite) is one of Downtown Macon’s oldest eateries. In…

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Robert E. Lee Building

Robert E. Lee Building

Robert E. Lee Building 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Launchpad for Southern Soul. Once known as the Professional Building, this office complex, converted from an antebellum residence, was the home to groundbreaking efforts to introduce rhythm and blues…

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Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge

Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge

Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Connector of Allman Brotherhood. When you drive down Highway 41 at Forsyth Street, also known as Duane Allman Boulevard, you’ll cross the Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge. The two…

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Duane Allman Boulevard

Duane Allman Boulevard

Duane Allman Boulevard 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Street Named After Skydog. If you drive from the Big House to the H&H Restaurant, you’ll take Duane Allman Memorial Boulevard to get there. This historic part of Highway…

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Capricorn Records & Office Park

Capricorn Records Office & Park

Capricorn Records Office & Park 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Site of Macon’s Music Business. The official headquarters of Capricorn Records were located in executive offices along Cotton Avenue (now D.T. Walton Sr. Way), where it served as the…

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Tic-Toc Room

Tic Toc Room

Tic Toc Room 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Where Little Richard Found His Groove. Originally known as Ann’s Tic Toc Lounge, today’s Tic Toc Room still has the original brick wall that served as the backdrop to Little…

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