COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - The Uptown Columbus Fall Concert Series kicked off Friday night, and hundreds turned out along Broadway to hear music under the stars.
The band Grapevine kicked off the music festival also known and the "Big to Do" Concert Series.
The bands featured to perform in the coming weeks include Rock Candy, the River City Horns, D.S.O.S Band, and Tribute: A Celebration of the Allman Brothers Band and Radiolucent.
The Friday night concerts are free to the public and free parking is available at the River Center and CB&T parking decks.
If you plan on coming you can bring your lawn chair but coolers are not allowed. All of the concerts are held in the one thousand block of Broadway and begin at 7 p.m.