The American Roots Music Concert Series returns for in 2018 with four outstanding dinner-concert events featuring traditional Appalachian, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and old-time music.
The concert series celebrates the influence of these musical roots genres on American frontier culture. The event provides a casual environment, and features dinner theater seating with food & beverage vendors under the Lee S. Cochran Pavilion. FREE to Annual Pass holders.
Bring the entire family!
- THE MUSIC: Four Great Dinner-Concerts in 2018
- Aug 05 – Parker & Gray
- Aug 12 – TBD
- Aug 19 – Bud’s Collective
- Aug 26 – Amber Kalber & Branch House
- WHEN: Sunday evenings throughout August. 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
- WHERE: Lee S. Cochran Pavilion at the Frontier Culture Museum
- TICKETS: Limited Seating! Tickets will go on sale July 1, or… Buy your Annual Pass now a receive FREE access to all 4 concerts
- Annual Pass Holders: FREE
- Adults: $12.00
- Kids (6-12): $7.00
- Kids (under 6) $0.00
- All tickets also provide access to the Museum for the entire day. Come early and enjoy Living History on all of the Museum’s exhibits.
- FOOD & BEVERAGES: A Variety of Vendors will be onsite. Bring the entire family for dinner and while enjoying great music on the pavilion
- SOUND: By Brandon Burkholder
- IMPORTANT NOTES:
- Rain or shine – Everything will be under the pavilion so weather won’t affect the event!
- Seating for each concert is limited to 350 people.
- Annual Pass Holders: Call also call the Welcome Center at 540-332-7850 to reserve your FREE concert tickets today BEFORE concerts are sold out!
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August 5 – Parker & Gray
Parker & Gray Playing The Blues
Parker & Gray are a music duo that stems from two diverse musical backgrounds intersecting at acoustic blues, folk, and soul. Based out of Staunton, Virginia, P&G are adding a new twist to the bare knuckle style of blues duos with the style and vigor of a full band, but in a package that fits any stage and many musical taste. (Daniel “Mojo” Parker – Vocals, Guitar, Percussion; Scott “Hambone” Gray – Harmonica & Guitar).