1. SPRINGFIELD BID ANNOUNCES LIVE @ 5 MUSIC SERIES, INITIATIVE TO SUPPORT LOCAL RESTAURANTS AND ARTISTS AND BRING ENTERTAINMENT BACK TO DOWNTOWN SPRINGFIELD

    SPRINGFIELD BID ANNOUNCES LIVE @ 5 MUSIC SERIES, INITIATIVE TO SUPPORT LOCAL RESTAURANTS AND ARTISTS AND BRING ENTERTAINMENT BACK TO DOWNTOWN SPRINGFIELD

    Downtown Springfield, MA- The Live @ 5 Music Series presented by Berkshire Bank, will serve as the perfect mid-week post-work atmosphere for the downtown community. This is a great incentive to support our local restaurants and artists and provide entertainment each week.

    The restaurant and music industry were one of the hardest hit industries from the Covid-19 Pandemic. The Springfield BID is eager to make up for lost time and support these businesses and artists through the Live @ 5 Music Series.

    “Berkshire Bank’s core commitment is to our local communities and especially to the local restaurant and entertainment sector as they continue to recover from the pandemic and the challenges of the past year.” Said Jim Hickson Regional President for Pioneer Valley. 

    The concert series will rotate each week to a different restaurant featuring different local artists. Kick-off is Wednesday, May 12 at 5pm and will feature Alex2e performing live at NOSH(located at 1341 Main Street, in the rear of the building on Market Street). NOSH will be offering a specialty menu, cocktails, games and more out on Market Street.

    The rest of the May schedule includes Jake Manzi performing at Nadims on May 19th followed by Floyd Patterson at the 350 Grill on May 26th. For more information and all things downtown visit, springfielddowntown.com.

    Thank you to our additional sponsors Springfield Center, Westfield Bank, and Good Diggin.

     

    Additional information and photos may be requested from Bridget Delaney of the Springfield Business Improvement District at bridget@springfielddowntown.com.

     

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