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30 October Saturday

17th Annual Mobile Street Festival

30 September 2022, 08:00 - 01 October 2022, 21:00
Mobile Street, MS United States

Friday, 9/30

5:30 – 11 PM              Mac’s Café – 2022 Mobile Street Festival Kickoff Party, 420 Mobile Street

6:00 PM               Bobby Rush Book Signing, St. James Wright VFW #5397, 108 Mobile Street

7:00 PM               Bobby Rush Show, St. James Wright VFW #5397,108 Mobile Street

8 PM– Midnight    Silent Block Party, 600 Block Mobile Street

Saturday, 10/1

9 AM – 6 PM         Arts & Craft, Food, Information & Political Booths – Mobile Street, 400 through 600 Blocks

9 AM – 4 PM        Art Exhibit, Eureka School Museum, 409 E. 6th Street

9 AM – 6 PM        Children’s Village – Youth Music Stage, Dance Presentations, Pageant, Games, Gaming Truck, Arts Council Activities -Mobile Street between 5th and 6th Streets, West Side of Street

9 AM–12:30 PM    Gospel Stage; Corner Mobile and 7th Streets featuring Donald Godbolt and the Spiritual Gifts & many more!

In case of rain:  C. E. Roy Community Center, 300 E. 5th Street

10 AM – 4 PM      Historic Smith Drug Store tours, 604 Mobile Street

10:30 AM–4 PM   COVID 19 Shot Clinic, Dr. Stephanie Lovitt, Rph,  Smith Drug Store, (shots, boosters, masks, supplies, etc.) 604 Mobile Street

10 AM – 1:00 PM Pound Cake and Sweet Potato Pie Contest

11:00 AM             Bike Show, 4th Street & Mobile

11:00 AM             Dominoes Competition, Go Mo Alley, 400 Block of Mobile Street

12 – 4 PM            African American Military History Museum Tours

1 – 4 PM              R & B Stage, Corner Mobile and 7th Streets

12:00 – 2:30 PM    Step Show, Mobile Street in front of Children’s Village, Mobile Street between 6th and 7th Streets

In case of rain:  C. E. Roy Community Center, 300 E. 5th Street

3:00 PM               Horse Shoe Competition, 517 Mobile Street

4:00 – 8:30 P.M.   Blues Stage: Corner Mobile and 4th Streets

It Is What It Is, Rhythm & Blues Band

Da Real Band

Taste of 59 South

Bass, Rhythm and Grooves Band

Marvel Allen and Band – Headliner

In case of rain:  C. E. Roy Community Center, 300 E. 5th Street

Details
Start: September 30 @ 8:00 am
End: October 1 @ 9:00 pm
Event CategoriesCommunity Event, Festival
Venue
Venue Name: Mobile Street
Address: MS United States
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