The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce is proud to host another season of “Meet Me in the Street”, a series of concerts offered free to the local community.
The first concert for the year will be held on Thursday, May 25 and will feature “The Konnection Band”. This band is a local favorite and is one of the East Coast’s premiere party bands, specializing in a variety of music including Top 40, Rock, Country, R & B, Beach and Oldies.
The second concert is set for Thursday, June 22 and will host “Steve Owens & Summertime”. A band with a beach music focus and chart-topping songs since their start in 2011, Summertime presents a mix of Carolina Beach Music, soul and rock-n-roll.
The third and final concert of the season is on Thursday, September 14 and will feature “Liquid Pleasure”. After more than two decades of bringing audiences to their feet, this band has become a multi-cultural icon. Veteran member Melvin Farrington says “We love being in touch with people like us, who love a variety of good music, and appreciate hearing it performed live”. Liquid Pleasure presents a mix of Oldies, Beach Music and Disco.
In addition to the live music and dancing, a kids section will also be included this year. So bring the whole family for an evening of food, friends and fun!
Sponsors for this year’s concert series are:
Presenting Sponsors: CenturyLink, Envirolink, and Prim Commercial & Residential Rentals
Duke Energy and Maria Parham Health – Gold Sponsors
BB&T, Mars Petcare, Wake Electric Membership Corporation and Walmart DC #6091 – Silver Sponsors
Henderson Vance Downtown Development Commission, Express Employment Professionals and Waste Industries – Bronze Sponsors
Benchmark Community Bank – Contributor Sponsor
All concerts are free to the public and will be held at the corner of North Garnett and Breckenridge Streets from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m.
Additional sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, contact Melanie Mann at the Chamber at 438-8414 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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