The festival is put on by Amplify My Community. Lenz, a Decatur-based marketing firm, is the presenting sponsor, and the festival is produced in partnership with Eddie's Attic.
“Music breaks barriers and forges bonds,” said Richard J. Lenz, the president and CEO of Lenz, “and we believe live music can strengthen a community and bring it together. We hope the addition of a free evening of music leads to a great night and weekend for Decatur businesses.”
General admission tickets to the Saturday festival cost $55, with VIP and Premium VIP tickets going for $155 and $275, respectively. Tickets are now on sale at AmplifyDecatur.org and EddiesAttic.com. The concert will offer food from local Decatur restaurants and craft beer from Three Taverns Brewery and Creature Comforts Brewing Co.
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