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Duke Energy Powers Free Live Music for Noblesville Main Street Event, July 1st

Noblesville Main Street (NMS) invites the community to its “Music and All That Jazz” event, the first of several planned for this year’s First Friday series powered by Duke Energy.

Free music is coming back to the Noblesville Square on July 1, 2022. Noblesville Main Street will be hosting “Music and All That Jazz,” an evening of family-friendly entertainment for the community. The performance, headlined by the Cohen-Rutkowski Project, will start at 7 PM on the Noblesville Courthouse Square. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early, visit with each other, and explore Noblesville’s fine restaurants and local retail stores.

This First Friday event is an opportunity for residents and visitors of Noblesville to connect through live music. First Fridays are meant to provide a channel for everyone to further engage with art, culture, and local businesses. Admission to all events is free and everyone is welcome.

Kate Baker, Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street, said, “As a non-profit organization, Noblesville Main Street relies on community sponsorships. Duke Energy’s generous financial support allows us to host memorable events for Noblesville. Its support is a shining example of meaningful outreach by a sponsor that cares for the welfare of its community.”

Noblesville Main Street (NMS) enriches the culture and community of Noblesville’s downtown historic district by creating partnerships and programs to connect people to unique places and experiences. A 501 c3 not-for-profit organization, NMS is 100% funded through annual corporate and partner sponsorships. To learn more, visit https://www.noblesvillemainstreet.org/.