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The series will take place every Friday through Labor Day Weekend on 9th Street in Huntington in between 3rd and 4th avenues. John R. Reeves Kirtner, vice president associate general manager of Kindred Communications, said the idea behind the concert series was building on what the City of Huntington started last summer by closing part of 9th Street for outside dining for restaurants and bars during the peak of the pandemic.
Kirtner said the next step was working with Mayor Steve Williams and the City of Huntington, the Cabell-Huntington Health Department and all of the businesses on 9th Street to make sure the event could safely occur while adhering to operating guidelines.
Kindred Communications will also host various charity and civic groups weekly at the concert series to fundraise and raise awareness for their causes.
Kirtner added this event could not take place without great, community-minded sponsors. Search Downtown Huntington Search for:. Related Posts.
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