Final Rock the Block set for Aug. 7 in downtown Howell

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Rock the Block completes its season Wednesday, Aug. 7, with live music, food, and fun from 6-9 p.m. at two downtown music venues. Event attendees can dance the night away to live cover hits from the ’70s-’90s on the 100 block of South Center Street, as well as enjoy the popular pop country tunes of Kari Holmes on the 100 block of North Walnut Street. Multiple food vendors will also be set-up at each music venue, along with adult beverages from Aberrant Ales for those 21 or older.

The August Rock the Block lineup includes:

• Black Jack Band performing 70s, 80s, and 90s hits 100 block of S. Center Street by Cobb Hall Insurance Brews & Wine from Aberrant Ales Food: D & W’s Street Eatery and MI Burger Burger

• Kari Holmes Band performing with her pop country music 100 block of N. Walnut Street
Brews & Wine from Aberrant Ales Food: Tamale Rose Food Truck and Block Brewing

“Howell Main Street Inc. looks forward to rocking downtown Howell one more time this summer,” said Kate Litwin, Howell Main Street Inc.’s outreach coordinator. “Rock the Block is a fun-filled night featuring free, live music and dancing, as well as delicious food and brews from local vendors. Many retail businesses and restaurants stay open later and offer specials as well, making Rock the Block the perfect opportunity bring the entire family to experience all that our award-winning community has to offer.”

Litwin also thanked the sponsors that helped make Rock the Block a great success, including: Citizens Insurance Hanover Foundation, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Bob Maxey Ford of Howell, First National Bank, First Impression Print & Marketing, along with St. Joseph Mercy Health System.

For complete information on Rock the Block, visit the web site.

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