Swing music and a laser light show will liven up the stately building between Walnut Street and Georgia Avenue on Saturday, June 29.
The event, scheduled from 7 to 10 p.m., is the culmination of the Centennial Celebration of the Hamilton County Courthouse.
Festivities will take place on the courthouse lawn at Georgia and Seventh Street. Local swing band Sweet Georgia Sound will provide the entertainment, and a laser light show will be featured at dark.
Food vendors and children's activities will be on-site.
Chairs will be allowed on the concrete areas, and blankets may be used on the lawn. Free parking will be available in the Walnut/Cherry Street Garage and all street meters.
For more information, go to www.hamiltontn.gov/centennial.
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