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Summer Music Jams On Track At Dalton’s “Off The Rails”

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The Jauntee - a band from Colorado - will headline this week’s Off the Rails concert in downtown Dalton.

Performances for the free summer music series - which began last month - are on Fridays, starting at 6:30 PM at Burr Performing Arts Park.

Margaret Thigpen is director of tourism at the Dalton Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Dalton Convention Center.

Amanda Brown is executive director of Creative Arts Guild.

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