1500 attended East Point’s first ‘Wednesday Wind Down’

The city of East Point celebrated its first “Wednesday Wind Down In The Point” on May 23. CONTRIBUTED
The city of East Point celebrated its first “Wednesday Wind Down In The Point” on May 23. CONTRIBUTED

Nearly 1500 people brought out their lawn chairs and blankets to hear the soulful sounds of national R&B recording artist, Angie Stone, at the city of East Point’s first “Wednesday Wind Down In The Point” on May 23. Concert goers also enjoyed the musical sounds of the powerhouse unit, Mo’Sol Band, and were introduced to local artists, RedShoes &

Gravy and Jae Franklin.

While enjoying good music, they also experienced a “Taste of East Point” through food truck dishes from several East Point restaurants.

The city is gearing up for its next event on June 27th featuring Atlanta-based bands, Gritz & Jelly Butter and The Soul Cartel Band, from 5-8 p.m. in the Downtown Commons located at 2757 East Point Street.

Information: Shannon Wiggins, at swiggins@eastpointcity.org