Get ready for the 8th Annual Music In the Park:
Sunday April 22, 2018.

 Miguel Atwood-Ferguson
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Kebbi Wiliams
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Deantoni Parks
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 Chris Dave  
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 Derrick Hodge
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The WOLF PACK!!!
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 Whose Hat is This?
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 National Institute of Flamenco
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Tri-Cities, Martin Luther King and Westlake High School Jazz Bands
15 saxes (6 alto, 6 tenor & 3 baritone) 12 trumpets, 12 trombones
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Sutton Middle School (10 violins, 3 violas, 4 cello and 4 bass)
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Westlake High School Orchestra (8 violins, 4 violas, 4 cello and 2 bass)
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Drew Charter, Grady HS, Mays HS & Douglas HS
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Atlanta Music Project
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Tierra Adentro Charter School
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* Drumline, Choir, Step & Free Style Rap Contests!!
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* Opening parade with life size puppets and R2D2 from Star Wars is even going to be there.....

  On Sunday, April 22nd, for the 8th annual event, Music in the Park will Take It to the Streets for an open streets event in West End.

On Sunday, April 22nd, for the 8th annual event, Music in the Park will Take It to the Streets for an open streets event in West End.

One mile of Ralph David Abernathy Blvd will be open to people and closed to cars from 2 to 6pm. The route will connect with the Westside Trail at Gordon White Park for an additional 2 miles of safe routes for biking, skating, walking and other human-powered activities including plenty of fun ways to create figure eights.

Participants can expect a wealth of activities hosted by community organizations, businesses and multiple live music stages throughout the route. The inaugural Westside Trail Community Health Grant recipients will share their innovative programming that increases physical activity levels, promotes trail usage, and improves health outcomes in the communities surrounding the Westside Trail.