The Crossroads Music Team is thrilled to present another live music event with two internationally touring musicians - Levi Parham and Beth Bombara.
 
It's another opportunity to continue our mission to bring world class, original music in Seymour, Indiana.
 
Levi Parham is a native of McAlester, Oklahoma. Parham's music draws on the rich songwriting traditions of his home state. "Perhaps it's something in the Oklahoma water -- the same iron-heavy tap drink that Woody Guthrie sipped on as a young man -- that leads to an inherited sense of melody, " said The Bluegrass Situation. "Whatever it is, Levi Parham has it.'
 
With influences from the worlds of blues, folk, soul, rock and country music, it's Parham's " soulful, gritty and tender voice” (The Boot) that brings it all together into a sound that CMT described as "enticing" with "a melancholy feel."
 
Beth Bombara has a folksinger’s head and a rocker’s heart. Beth Bombara has built her career on an evolving sound that blurs the lines between genres. To those who make their living onstage, she’s a musician’s musician — a road warrior who writes her own exemplary material, plays multiple instruments, and fronts her own band, often a duo with her husband. With 2017’s ‘Map & No Direction,’ Bombara’s songs take aim at a larger audience with melodic hooks that showcase a love not only for roots-rock, but the irresistible punch of classic pop, too.
 
 
Admission - $10
 

The Jingle all the 5k will be December 15th  in downtown Seymour, the run will start and stop in the downtown and each participant will get set of jingle bells for their shoes, and then at the end of the run, they will receive a Jingle all the 5k sock hat with logo, and a lanyard with a Downtown Discount card. We will also have Santa and his elves there to greet you at the finish line.

This is a family fun event, so sign up today!

 

Seymour Main Street entered the #bringthelgtomydowntown contest and won!

The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) celebrated Indiana downtowns during the inaugural Downtown Development Week from October 8 - 12.Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch came to visit downtown Seymour on Friday for the final day of downtown development week. She visited our downtown business owners and was able to see our 26 scarecrows that have been decorated by our downtown business owners. It was truly an honor and a pleasure to have her for this visit and a great grand finale for downtown development week!

Join us for a showing of Monsters Inc. to get you and your family in the Halloween spirit.

Free Flick Friday is brought to you by Schuler Bauer. The show will be held on Friday the 19th at 7:30pm at the Crossroads Community Park.

Make a cardboard car for your kiddos to watch the movie in and we will have a few prizes for the winners of the best car!

So here is the plan……

  1.) Head downtown and stroll though the adorable 26 scarecrows,

  2.) Grab dinner at one of our tasty downtown restaurants

  3.) Hit the free movie with the family.. #perfectnight

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