Family fun, good music in Oxford


The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.


Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.


Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.


Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.


Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park.


Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park.


Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.

The Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park.

The Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park.

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The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_MU-FUN-4.jpgThe Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities. Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_MU-FUN-2.jpgThe Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities. Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_MU-FUN-3.jpgThe Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities. Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_MU-FUN-1.jpgThe Miami Redhawks were also a part of the opening of the summer season. Student/athletes from Miami held a carnival for youngsters including games, face painting and other activities. Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_CONCERT-3.jpgThe Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park. Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

The Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_CONCERT-2.jpgThe Oxford Summer Music Concert Series opened its 30th season on Thursday, June 2. The weekly music attraction has been a mainstay of the Oxford community for decades. The event brings a variety of musical acts from around the area to perform each Thursday evening. Music fans are always invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket, make themselves comfortable, and enjoy the entertainment. The series kicked off with an Oxford area native, Ryan Broshear, performing his unique brand of country music. The upcoming June schedule also includes, Smokestack Lightning (rockin’ blues), Noah Wotherspoon Band (blue/rock), Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra (classical), and the Lisa Biales Band (blues/Americana). Concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Uptown Park. Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_CONCERT-1.jpgDeron Newman | The Register-Herald
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