Gibson County Bicentennial Committee Announces Event Lineup
The countdown has begun as Gibson County gears up to celebrate its rich history and vibrant culture with the highly anticipated Bicentennial Celebration. This momentous event is scheduled to take place on October 21 at the Trenton Court Square at 5 p.m., marking 200 years of community, heritage and progress.
Bicentennial Chair Sandy Moss is thrilled to announce that Music by KOTA and No Time Flatt will headline the event. “These two local West Tennessee favorites are guaranteed to be a hit across multiple generations. This is going to be a fantastic day with something for the whole family - music, food trucks and inflatable jumpers.” Music By KOTA is a 5-piece rock and roll band based in Jackson, Tennessee. The group’s versatility shines time and time again, combining rock, blues, and folk elements in every one of their songs. No Time Flatt has proven itself as an entertainment powerhouse on today’s bluegrass music scene, with their audience-oriented live performances.
A spectacular lineup of food trucks include Groovy Glaze Doughnuts, 731 Coffee, Miso Hungry, Eatons Hot Diggity Dogs, Lemonade and More, Babe’s BBQ, Coastal Connections, Foggy Hollow BBQ, and MAMA Mayo’s.
The support of Bicentennial sponsors: Maclean Manufacturing, Jackson State Community College, Byrd & Byrd Attorneys at Law, Centennial Bank, Gibson County Utility District, Reinhausen Manufacturing, City of Trenton, Jones Family of Companies, West Tennessee Healthcare, City of Milan, Alexander Thompson Arnold Jack Mathis, Gibson County Electric Membership Corp, Gibson County Fair Association, Dyer Foods, City of Dyer, Hickman Realty Group and Chad Butler make this Bicentennial celebration possible.
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