Free music, free food at Mayor’s Night Out


By Beth Sergent - bsergent@civitasmedia.com



Last week saw a crowd gather for the opening night of Mayor’s Night Out. This week’s free concert will also feature free food served by The Kitchen Table.


POINT PLEASANT — This week’s Mayor’s Night Out concert will feature not only a free music but free food.

Concessions will be offered by The Kitchen Table group, the outreach arm of the Pleasant Valley Hospital Auxiliary. The group will be serving hot dogs, barbecue sandwiches, chips, cookies and a drink, at no charge. If anyone would like to make a donation for the food, they will be accepted but are not required to be fed. All donations will be given to the City of Point Pleasant’s efforts to build a splash pad at Krodel Park.

All free concerts for Mayor’s Night Out begin at 8 p.m., Fridays at Point Pleasant Riverfront Park. This week’s headliner is Matt Metheney who performs country music. Metheney, from Rutland, Ohio, has three songs currently on the radio and on iTunes. His most listened to song is “Drunk on Memories” which he wrote for three of his friends who have passed away. He traveled to Nashville last year to be a part of the New Country Music Artist venue during the CMA Festival and has performed at the Adelphia Music Hall in Marietta, Ohio as well as at the Colony Club in Gallipolis, Ohio. He’s booked to play various fairs and festivals this summer and will return to Roshambo Studios to work on an album for release later in the summer.

Following Metheney in the weeks to come, are: June 23, Tangled Roots, performing funk, reggae, jazz, dance, party music. (June 30 there is no Mayor’s Night Out due to the Point Pleasant Sternwheel Regatta.) July 7: Blue Moves, performing music from Elton John, the Beatles and more. July 14: Paul Doeffinger, local singer songwriter performing original material, popular hits. July 14: Living Proof, performing gospel music. July 28: Cee Cee Miller, performing country, rock, blues. Aug. 4: Scotty Randolph, performing country, rock, blues, southern rock. (Aug. 11 there is no Mayor’s Night Out due to the Mason County Fair.) Aug. 18: New Salvation, performing gospel music. Aug. 25: The Mason Dixon Band, performing country.

Last week saw a crowd gather for the opening night of Mayor’s Night Out. This week’s free concert will also feature free food served by The Kitchen Table.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/06/web1_6.15-PPR-Mayor-2.jpgLast week saw a crowd gather for the opening night of Mayor’s Night Out. This week’s free concert will also feature free food served by The Kitchen Table.

By Beth Sergent

bsergent@civitasmedia.com

Beth Sergent is editor of Ohio Valley Publishing, email her at bsergent@civitasmedia.com.

Beth Sergent is editor of Ohio Valley Publishing, email her at bsergent@civitasmedia.com.