Hundreds of country music-lovers in Liberty County took advantage of a free concert and street dance Friday night at the 34th Annual Liberty Jubilee that featured the talents of recording artists Stoney Larue and Mason Lively.
Living up to his name, Lively opened the show with an energetic mix of Southern rock-inspired country songs. After completing a nearly two-hour set, the stage was set for LaRue, best known for his hits – “Texas Moon,” “Look at Me Fly,” “Feet Don’t Touch the Ground,” and “Oklahoma Break Down.” LaRue did not disappoint the fans who had waited to hear him perform.
The concert and free dance wrapped up the first day of Jubilee events. A second day of fun that includes carnival rides, book and bake sale, wildlife exhibits, arts and crafts booths, food vendors, car show, barbecue cook-off, photo contest and a 5K run.
On Saturday, the hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free shuttles will pick up and drop off guests at Brookshire Bros. parking lot on N. Main St. at Jefferson Drive.
Entry into the Jubilee festival is free.
The Liberty Municipal Library will be hopping with activity with a book and bake sale and wildlife exhibits that include white tigers and Gator Country alligators.
The parking lot of First Liberty National Bank will be reserved for a car show on Saturday only from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.