West Monroe Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series September 28th at Noon
Free concerts every Wednesday in September at the Pavilion at 7th Square
The fourth concert will be held Wednesday September 28th and features Jupiter. Journey Bryan (Jupiter) is an upcoming singer/songwriter/musician based in West Monroe Louisiana. Born and raised in Ouachita, Journey has always had a passion for singing and music with no way to get it somewhere. Growing up she sang at the churches she grew up in and has since performed small solo shows at restaurants and bars. She’s in a band with her coworkers known as Until Light, and intends to release her own personal things soon.
Brown Bag Lunch Concerts are held every Wednesday in September from noon to 1 p.m. at the Pavilion at Seventh Square in West Monroe, located directly behind the West Monroe Farmer’s Market.
The West Monroe Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series is presented by WMWO Chamber of Commerce and the City of West Monroe in partnership with Emily Nunnelee State Farm, Ouachita Valley Federal Credit Union, Paramount Healthcare Consultants, The Northeast Louisiana Arts Council, Newk’s Eatery, 90.3 KEDM, and the Ouachita Parish School System. Artists coordinated by Music City Studios – Northeast Louisiana’s Premier Recording Studio.
The concerts are free to the general public. Newk's Eatery will be selling $5 bagged lunches on site which include a half sandwich, bag of chips and half dessert. Lunches are sold on a first come, first served basis. Attendees may also bring a brown bag lunch while they enjoy various musical performances. Chairs and complimentary beverages and desserts will be provided by the sponsors. The Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series will continue with a Spring series on Wednesdays in May.
For more information about the concert series, please call the WMWO Chamber of Commerce at (318) 325-1961 or online at www.westmonroechamber.org.