Due to weather, stage acts for the West Virginia Freedom Festival have moved this evening indoors.
Mayor Serafino Nolletti said the rain is not going to stop a night of entertainment in downtown. Tonight’s live music will be performed in the Coalfield Jamboree on Main Street.
A cold front moving through the area has created extended periods of rain beginning Wednesday and continuing through today. Several rounds of slow-moving showers and thunderstorms are expected across the area through the night
Tonight’s live performances include the Foreigner tribute band, Corey Stephenson and Cameron Owsley. All performances are free for the public to attend.
Mayor Nolletti said the carnival and ground acts will continue tonight weather permitting.