Chelsea Sounds & Sights Festival

. June 26, 2013.
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Historic Downtown Chelsea once again welcomes surrounding communities to celebrate the area’s best arts & music during the Sounds & Sights Festival. Thursday night the festival Main Stage music kicks off with Bill Bynum & Co. (above), Dragon Wagon and Bull Halsey. Friday rocks with Annabelle Road and Whitey Morgan & the 78’s. And Saturday finishes strong with Third Coast Kings and Fifty Amp Fuse. For more information on the other activities taking place during the festival see pgs 25 &32. Main Stage performances, 7-11pm. $5. Lot behind Common Grill, 112 S. Main St., Chelsea. 734-475-0470. www.chelseafestivals.com—JG

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