The June portion of High Noon on the Square's summer season ended Wednesday with Buster Bledsoe performing on the steps of the Potter County Courthouse.

Center City of Amarillo presents the free entertainment every Wednesday at noon at the courthouse, located at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Taylor Street in downtown Amarillo. People can bring their own food and have a picnic on the lawn or purchase a lunch for $8 per person.

There won't be a High Noon on the Square performance next week because of the Fourth of July.

The next event will be July 11. Dust Jackets will be the entertainment, and the American Quarter Horse Association cook team will be serving sausage wraps. Ticket sales start at 11:30 a.m., and the serving begins at 11:45 a.m.