We sure missed it last year! Still, they say that absence makes the heart grow fonder. And after an eventful 2020, we’ve officially made it back around for Bragg Jam performances. This year, they’ll hold a special, small-scale version: Bragg On 2021. See you there on July 31!
About Bragg Jam
Bragg Jam signifies a lot to our community. While we know it as a musical festival filled with great acts, it also has a deeper meaning. Created more than 20 years ago, it pays tribute to two beloved brothers: Brax Bragg, a young musician, and Tate Bragg, his little brother, also a musician.
The two siblings tragically passed away in a car accident during a road trip together. As a testament to their memory, local musicians decided to put together a mini musical event. Over the years, it grew and grew. Now, the memories of the brothers live on in the music and the charitable contributions of Bragg Jam.
More about Bragg On 2021
In 2021, Bragg Jam will be a more intimate gathering. It will also only last one day only (Saturday), unlike previous years, which featured a weekend-long show. Don’t miss it!
You can rock out at the show—but that’s not all. In the past, they’ve also featured art vendors, food and drinks for sale, and various activities. Though 2021 will offer a smaller scale event, you’ll also enjoy the same sense of togetherness and unity at this year’s show.
Support the local music scene and a good cause at Bragg On! It kicks off on July 31 at 2 p.m. Admission is completely free for all—so bring your friends and family along with you.
As for the address, you can find the event set up on Coleman Hill. That’s at 285 Spring St. in Macon, GA. They’ll perform in rain or shine!
Stay tuned to the Bragg Jam Facebook page for lineup announcements and more info about the event!
The announcement for Bragg On 2021 is music to our ears. Tune in—and dance along—to help the arts later this summer.
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