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Crown on Seventh's New Concert Series Kicks Off on March 29

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If you have a business with a roomy courtyard, why not use it throw a concert? The folks at the Crown on Seventh (the complex that houses Okra Cookhouse, Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen, The Root Salon, and more) are doing just that at their multi-business hub that mixes retail shops and dining spots. The Courtyard Concert Series kicks off on March 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. and reoccurs on the last Wednesday of every month through July.

It’s local acts that will take the stage, with Taylor Upsahl performing at the inaugural concert. The indie singer/songwriter has been making music most of her young life, releasing her first full-length recording at the age of 14. Her voice and songs are catchy and sweet, while a soulful edge and rasp threads through her tone, adding power. Upcoming performers include Vinyl Station, Korbe Canida, Michael Land, and Brea Burns & the Boleros.

Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and enjoy the music on the grassy lawn. Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen will offer extended happy hour and picnic-friendly bites on concert nights; guests can also go inside to take advantage of the full menu.

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