Double the free music means double the fun On the Lawn at American Tobacco this Father's Day weekend. The line-up includes a Friday night On the Lawn concert and then a Pops for Pops jazz tribute on Sunday evening.
American Tobacco's FREE summer concert series continues this Friday, June 15, 2012, with Adam Hurt, Stephanie Coleman and Beth Williams Hartness. Hurt is fast becoming one of the most respected old time banjo players today. His tasteful style brings a fresh sound to traditional music from the North Carolina mountains..
Check out a sampling of their music here.
The music begins at 6pm under the water tower.
Then come back on Sunday for a FREE tribute to Dad. The Pops for Pops Concert features the Durham Community Concert Band and the Durham Jazz Orchestra.
The Durham Community Concert Band is made up of members of all ages and levels of musical talent. Their repertoire includes, marches, classical, semi-classical, patriotic and Broadway. The Durham Jazz Orchestra is an 18-piece band, whose members share a love of jazz and the community.
On the Lawn Presented by University Ford & Kia and Bull City Bucks will fill the next five months with some old favorites and some new features sure to be a hit among Triangle citizens and beyond.
See the rest of the upcoming schedule below.
The Back Porch Music Series and Pops for Pops concert are two of several FREE summer events at American Tobacco. Under the umbrella of the On the Lawn Presented by University Ford & Kia and Bull City Bucks line-up, the Back Porch Music Series and Pops for Pops on Father's Day join Movies on the Lawn and the new features Jazz on the Lawn and Dance on the Lawn. Learn more here.
Check out www.atclawnseries.com for details on all the free fun.
|POSTED:June 15, 2012|