Brownsville’s Cinco Heritage Celebration set for May 1
The Brownsville Business Association, along with local partners, will present the 5th annual Cinco Heritage Celebration Friday, May 1, 6 p.m., on the south side of the Court Square. Food, games and other vendors will be onsite raising money for their favorite charities. Live music will take place throughout the evening and a Mexican Hat Dance competition will be included. The entire family is invited to come out and enjoy this free community event.
A first for the Brownsville event will be a hat dance competition. Sponsored by Las Palmas restaurant, participants are invited to perform your best Mexican Hat Dance for a chance at prizes and just plain fun.
Performers for the evening include Blair Simpson and the event headliner is Little Boys Blue.
“We’re really excited that this year we have Brownsville’s own Jimmy D. Taylor and Little Boys Blue performing,” says Cooper. “They are a favorite all over West Tennessee and it’s special that they will be performing once again on our square.”
Blair Simpson is also a Brownsville native who’s country ballads are known throughout the region. Other local bands and singers will also perform.
A special thank you to all the local partners who are making this event possible. They include: All That’s Victoria, Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant, Silver Linings Cafe, Family Coin-Op Laundry, Williams Insurance Agency, Back Yard Barbecue, Richards-Cummins Real Estate, Lee Berry State Farm, B-HC Chamber of Commerce, City of Brownsville, Brownsville Family Medicine, B-HC Rescue Squad, Uncorked Wine and Spirits, Jim McAdams State Farm, The Computer Patch, Hatcher Chevrolet, Main Street Brownsville, Haywood County, Insouth Bank, Brownsville Radio, Brownsville States Graphic, Lea and Simmons Funeral Home, B-HC Parks and Recreation, Clinton Neal and H.C. Solid Waste, Brownsville Police Department, Haywood County Sheriff Melvin Bond and the H.C. Sheriff’s Department.
For more information about the event, contact Cooper at 731-772-4477.