JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It was a packed house at Murray Hill Theatre Saturday night, where they kicked off day two of their 17th Anniversary music festival.
The venue hosts musical acts every weekend showcasing positive, faith-based music. The venue is drug and alcohol-free and provides a safe haven for young adults.
The owner of Murray Hill Theatre, Tony Nasrallah, says the theatre gives the local youth somewhere positive to gather.
"Our goal is to every Friday and Saturday make sure adults and young adults alike know that there is someplace they can go, live music, they can have a lot of fun, without all the baggage of regular clubs. We also want to let people know that we are a volunteer driven organization and we just think it's great for Jacksonville."
Murray Hill Theatre hosted more than 20 bands -- from the First Coast and from around the country.
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