First-Ever High School Battle of the Bands at Dunwoody’s Lemonade Days Festival

A high school Battle of the Bands competition is scheduled to be introduced this year at the highly anticipated Lemonade Days Festival in Dunwoody, a community-cherished landmark event. Taking place at Brook Run Park from April 17-21, this supplementary component is anticipated to introduce an additional dimension of amusement to an event that was already dynamic.

Consistently a highlight of the community calendar, Lemonade Days is a community event coordinated by the Dunwoody Preservation Trust and supported by Fifth Third Bank. In addition to a variety of food and beverage options, equine rides, a petting zoo, and author appearances, the event has attracted substantial audiences. Dunwoody Idol, a competition that has become a highlight for many attendees, is also held at the festival, which is in its ninth year.

With ensembles from Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School, Peachtree Charter Middle School, Dunwoody High School, and Atlanta Academy, the Battle of the Bands, an event conceived by Mark Gallegos, serves as a platform to exhibit the talent of area high schools. This forthcoming competition is highly anticipated by both festival attendees and contestants, as it is planned to occur directly after the Dunwoody Idol competition.

A spokesperson for the festival stated, “We are ecstatic to host the Battle of the Bands for this year.” “Lemonade Days has always been about community spirit and showcasing local talent, and what better way to do this than by giving our young musicians a platform to perform.”

Ten vocalists, supported by a professional live band, continue to be the primary attraction of the Dunwoody Idol competition. In addition to opportunities such as performances at local events and professional recording time, the winners are also presented with such rewards. It is anticipated that this year’s competition will be equally intense and exciting.

In recognition of her extensive volunteer work with the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, Sara Massey will be bestowed with the esteemed title of 2024 Honorary Ms. Lemonade Days Queen, alongside the musical competitions. Attendees will have the exceptional opportunity to meet and purchase signed copies directly from the authors, thanks to the event’s expanded roster of contributors.

Family members can easily partake in the diverse array of activities provided during the evenings, when special pricing is made available for unlimited ride wristbands. Furthermore, by means of educational programs and events, the Lemonade Days Festival promotes community involvement and functions as the principal source of revenue for the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, which finances the restoration and upkeep of the historic Donaldson-Bannister Farm.

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The new Battle of the Bands competition, which will become a cherished festival tradition and honor the community’s musical prowess, is being organized in anticipation of the Dunwoody Lemonade Days Festival, which is approaching with anticipation from both locals and tourists.

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