By Chandler Hall
Staff Reporter

The Spring Music Crawl begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 10, on main street.

Megan Beeson, program coordinator, said, “The inspiration for the Spring Music Crawl came from Winfield priding themselves on music and wanting to a have a music crawl before graduation, so parents can come early and enjoy the music.”

Ashlee Mayo, coordinator of new media and assistant designer, said, “The music crawl is a bunch of musicians that partner with business. There are performance all over downtown and a bunch of the shops are open and people are roaming all around on 9th street.”

Jordan Butler, musician, has played at the Spring Music Crawl for three years now. Last year he played at the beer garden and this year he will be playing at Biederman’s.

Butler said, “It is a great way for the community to support local musicians and hear what people around this area are creating.”

Stop by these businesses to hear live performances:
The Bar, 1014 Main St. – Bo Phillips 8-10:00 PM
Biederman’s Bistro & Catering, 801 Main St. – Jordan Butler 5:30-7:30 PM
Eagle Nest Inc, 112 E. 9th Ave. – Tim Durham 5:30-7:30 PM
Gallery 1001, 1001 Main St. – River City Pipes and Drums
Get Branded Custom Tees & Grit & Glitter, 915 Main St. – Marc Baker & Untamed Country at The Winfield Music Crawl
Hometown Sales Lease & The Bar, 1020 Main St. – BACKRHODES 5:30-7:30 PM
Marquee Performing Arts Center, 1007 Main St. – The Student Loans 5:30-7:30 PM
RCB Bank, 900 Main St. – Walnut River String Band 6:00-8:00 PM
Shiok, 822 Main St. – The Pacific Connection
Snappy Chicks Boutique and Snaps, 1019 Main St. – Acoustic Weasel 5:30-7:30 PM
Trunk N Treasures, 1016 Main St. – The Lough Brothers 5:30-7:30 PM
Young Professionals of Cowley County Beer & Wine Garden, 9th Ave. & Millington St. – Mandolin Monroe

Mayo is a member of the Young Professionals of Cowley County. The group has a beer garden every year to help with the crawl.

The Young Professionals of Cowley County will have a beer garden on the corner of 9th & Millington where they will be selling Domestic Beer for $3, Craft Beer for $4, or Wheat State Wine Co. wine for $6.
Food trucks will be parked at 9th & Millington St.

Information was provided from the Spring Music Crawl event page on Facebook.