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Tucker launches revamped ‘Summer of Fun’ program


Tucker launches revamped ‘Summer of Fun’ program

Photo provided by the city of Tucker

Tucker, GA — The city of Tucker is bringing back its Summer of Fun program.

“The City of Tucker announced Thursday that the fifth annual TKR Summer of Fun is expanding with the addition of new events for residents and the surrounding community to enjoy,” a press release from the city says. “The popular event series now spans May through September with monthly First Friday Concerts starting May 6. The public is welcome at the Church Street Greenspace starting at 6:30 p.m. Picnic baskets and chairs are encouraged, but pets will not be permitted.”

Here is the full schedule of events:

May 6 – First Friday      
Nathan Angelo Band

May 14 – Adult Field Day
Tucker Recreation Center

June 3 – First Friday
The Woodys

July 3 – Independence Day Celebration on Main
The Vibe and DJ Fernando

August 2 – National Night Out
Smoke Rise Elementary School

August 5 – First Friday
The Mike Veal Band

September 2 – First Friday
A1A Band

“This is the fifth year for the TKR Summer of Fun and we are thrilled to be adding some additional events this year,” Parks and Recreation Director Rip Robertson said in a press release. “With the addition of the greenspace on Church Street we can provide more events for our community without the disruption of shutting down Main Street. We hope Tucker and the surrounding areas join us for some community building fun!”

Summer of Fun is sponsored by Discover DeKalb, Jacobs Engineering and Emory Healthcare. Further updates and information are available at www.tuckerga.gov.

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