The Towson Chamber of Commerce is hosting the return of “Feet on the Street” block parties every Friday during the summer.
“Feet on the Street has been a tradition for 16 years in Towson and its been a great community event,” said Nancy Hafford, executive director of Towson Chamber of Commerce. “It brings everyone together from all the surrounding communities around Towson to just listen to music.”
Beginning this Friday, the “That’s What She Said” band will be kicking off the summer concerts, which this year will be held in a new location at the Towson Courthouse Plaza, on 401 Bosley Ave. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., the concerts will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Upcoming bands for the block parties include Crushing Day on May 21, Sagamore on May 28, and Jury on June 4. The weekly concerts conclude on Aug. 27, according to the chamber’s website.
The chamber invites residents to come out and enjoy music, beverages, and food trucks, under COVID-19 restrictions. Participants must adhere to social distancing guidelines and everyone must wear masks when not seated or at the bar.
Tickets are $3.50 per person and there is no charge for children under 12 years old. Due to limited capacity, a maximum of 350 people will be allowed.
To learn more about this event or to purchase tickets visit http://www.towsonchamber.com/feet-on-the-street/.