Concerts gear up in the area
Reedville Fisherman’s Museum Gets ‘Rivahdacious’
On Sunday, June 23, 6 – 8 p.m. the Reedville Fishermen’s Museum’s Summer Concert Series will begin, bringing exciting new sounds to their waterfront pavilion in June, July and August. Jumbo Lump Daddy and the Backfin Boys will delight audiences with their infectious style.
Their concerts feature a genre-defying style of “rivahdacious” music that blends rock ‘n roll, blues, country, rhythm ‘n blues, and originals. A show by Jumbo Lump Daddy and the Backfin Boys is like taking a road trip down the music highway. Bring friends and enjoy a summer evening in Reedville.
If poor weather requires it, the concert will be moved to inside Festival Hall. Guests may bring picnic suppers and chairs; beverages and snacks will be available for sale. Ample free parking. Tickets, $5. For info or to ask about reserving a table, call 804-453-6529 or visit www.rfmuseum.org. The Museum is at 504 Main Street in Reedville.
Tappahannock Concert Series Kicks Off
The annual concert series soon to rock the little town on Tappahannock Friday, June 28. Six concerts are set for the Summer with musical acts of all genres. The Series feature great music, from rock, jazz, blues, reggae to country.
The first concert to kick off the Tappahannock Concert Series Season at Atkins Park (Prince Street) is Rattlesnake Creek Bluegrass Band. Rattlesnake Creek is a four-piece bluegrass band from Richmond who share a traditional love of Bluegrass music.
These family-friendly concerts are held on Friday from June to September. Field concerts are $12 in advance and $15 at the gate. The concerts at the waterfront are free! Shows start at 6:30 p.m. No coolers please, beverages and food will be available.
Sponsored by Tappahannock Main Street Program. For more information visit www.tappahannockconcerts.com