Quentin Walton Trio in Concert

The Quentin Walston Trio is thrilled to hit the Flat Nine stage! Heralded as “stunning” and “impeccable” by Clarke Monthly, the Quentin Walston trio blends memorable melodies and striking rhythms with adventurous improvisations. Quentin Walston (piano) along with Daniel Kelly II (drums) and Ben Rikhoff (bass) will be performing exciting originals including the group’s new single, “Pipe Smoke” and selections from Quentin’s album, “Play”. Mixing in jazz standards from bebop and beyond, this trio’s foot-tapping, fun, and energetic sound is one you don’t want to miss!

Doors Open: 6:30pm

Show Start: 7:30pm

Please look at the “visit” tab on the website for more details and dress code. This venue is open to all ages, but please keep your conversations down during performances.

Oktoberfest

Old Town Winchester Business Association and Literacy Volunteers are excited to present Old Town Winchester Oktoberfest 2021!

This Beer Festival will feature local and breweries from around Virginia. Admission will include 10 tastings and a commemorative tasting glass.

Advanced Tickets are $25, day of tickets will be $30.

Be sure to Pre-order your T-shirt to really get in the spirit. T-shirts are only available for pre-order and will not be sold at the event.
Brewery line up and more details coming soon!

Blanc on Blanc Wine Dinner

Join the Blanc on Blanc Movement! Inspired by the Parisian tradition, we will be
transforming the Vineyard for a magical night. We have one rule: guests must
arrive dressed in all white!

We’ve partnered with The Chef’s Table to design an incredible four-course
gourmet dinner, perfectly matched to bring out the best in our wine offerings.

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We’re delighted to welcome back The Indigo Experience to set the night alive with
live music. A highlight of the evening, and a favorite of past attendees. So polish
your dancing shoes because their playing will sweep you off your feet!
Your ticket includes a glass of champagne, hors d’oeuvres, salade, a choice of
three entrées (including vegetarian) and dessert to top off the night. Wine will be
available to pair with your meal, by the bottle and by the glass.

Don’t miss a night under the stars with friends old and new.

Tickets:
$105.00
Legacy Member Ticket (Limit to 2 Guests): $84.00

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Voices of the Shenandoah – Prince Bellerose in Concert

Join us for our second Voices of the Shenandoah event, featuring local stories and music shared by community members about the Shenandoah River, to be held at Backroom Brewery in Middletown, VA from 5 to 8pm Friday August 13th.

The evening will kick off with some of our story and song submissions about the river, and will be followed by an evening of live musical entertainment. Our featured band for the evening is Prince Bellerose.

A contemporary power trio, Prince Bellerose is equal parts indie nonchalance, soul passion, and classic rock pomp. Led by Valentin Prince’s lavish chord voicings and articulate lead guitar work, the group oscillates between passionate soul ballads and psychedelia-inspired rock. The band’s debut EP, Dark Love Songs, was released last summer, to acclaim. Prince Bellerose has a full-length album in the works for 2021.
Grab a brew and some friends, and we’ll see you there!

Admission fee: FREE

DC Trombone Workshop Final Concert

The DC Trombone Workshop is an intensive, week-long program of lessons, masterclasses, seminars, rehearsals, and performances.

Founded in 2016, the workshop has grown each year in size and talent and offers an attentive and individualized experience in the gorgeous Shenandoah Valley.

Join us for the Final Workshop Concert!
Featuring workshop participants in solo, small group and large trombone choir settings directed by the workshop faculty.

All concerts in this series are free and will take place in the Conservatory’s Armstrong Concert hall on the campus of Shenandoah University. Parking is free in Lot D next to Armstrong Hall.

For more information, contact Matt Niess, Professor of Trombone, at mniess@su.edu.
Directions https://www.su.edu/performs/visit/venueslocations/

Davis Bradley in Concert

The Youth Development Center (YDC) is raising funds to help get our community’s kids back in the center by bringing you the innovative sound of The Davis Bradley Duo.

Kathy Davis & Bradley Bishop present a one-of-a-kind musical experience, drawing from their individual bluegrass, old time, and swing influences, to create something magical while remaining true to the roots of the music they love. Their combined instrumental and harmonic vocal talents are not to be missed.

Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy their distinct sound while enjoying food from Nonni’s Eats Food Truck.

All proceeds go toward after-school programming.

Admission is $15.

Tickets: www.myydc.org/events/ydc-presents-davis-bradley

Bluegrass in the Barn

A great summer evening at Belle Grove! We are delighted to welcome back Five of Kind Bluegrass. We will have fresh air flowing through the upper level of the Beverley B. Shoemaker Welcome Center plus beer, wine, and Shaffer’s BBQ will have food for sale.

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Beer & Wine
Lemonade
Bar Snacks
Food for purchase from Shaffer’s BBQ

Hosts:
Belle Grove Dinner Series Committee
Five of a Kind Bluegrass Band

Tickets: $30 per person

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Gardens at Night: Soul Expressions

Motown, funk, and pop favorites from the Soul Expressions band, and admission to the gardens and galleries will highlight Gardens at Night at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) on Friday, July 9, from 6 to 9 p.m. In addition, those attending will be able to purchase food, ice cream, beer, hard cider, and wine.

From Richmond, Virginia, the Soul Expressions Band will play a high-energy mix of funk, rock, Motown, and today’s pop hits from 7 to 9 p.m. The band will play songs made famous by Aretha Franklin; Stevie Wonder; The Rolling Stones; KC and The Sunshine Band; UB40; Earth, Wind & Fire; Bruno Mars; and other music greats.

Those attending Gardens at Night at the MSV also may purchase food and drinks at the event. My Buddy’s Nuts, Nooni’s Eats & Sweets, Roaming Bistro, Shaffer’s BBQ, Two Smooth Dudes, and Red Fox Creamery food trucks will be at Gardens at Night. Talk of the Mountain Seafood and Chick-fil-A will also be at the event selling meals.

Throughout the evening, attendees may experience the Museum’s seven-acre gardens and explore the MSV galleries.

The concert will take place on the event lawn in front of the galleries building. All those who plan to listen to the music should bring their own chairs. The concert will take place outdoors rain/shine and attendees should dress for the weather.

TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE.
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Let Freedom Swing!

Get your dancing shoes on–it’s an all-American block party! We’re celebrating Independence Day with some local stars of our own (stripes optional) through this FREE event at the Taylor Pavilion!

Come down in the afternoon to take in hometown favorites RTG with their signature brand of jazz-funk jams from 3:00 – 4:30, then stroll the mall until our headliners take the stage and you can take the dance floor!

The Silver Tones Swing Band is made up of professional musicians from the Northern Virginia area, and the band has performed all over the DC Metropolitan Area at countless galas and special celebrations. This high-energy swing orchestra performs the exciting music of the 1940s era in addition to the swinging hits of the 1950s, 60s, and beyond. Vocalists Wendy Marie, Gene Bates, and Larke Pain bring to life the music of Frank Sinatra, the Andrews Sisters, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Dean Martin, Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, The Beatles, Elvis, Etta James, Bobby Darin, Natalie Cole, and other big band greats. This 13-piece swing orchestra, led by trumpeter Dave Shuma and vocalist Wendy Marie, is sure to get your toes tapping in a hurry.

Join us on the dance-floor or from your seats to celebrate our country’s birthday and future with the great American music of our past.
Winchester Brew Works and Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery will be serving up local beers and wines with a percentage of sales going to Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area , so you can raise a glass to America and support a great cause in your own backyard.

This event is completely free to the public and made possible by Old Town Winchester and Winchester Parks & Recreation.

Raised on Analog Live at West Oaks

Raised on analog is back to rock your Friday night. Please join us for an evening of your favorite tunes at one of the best live music venues in the valley.

Raised on Analog combines the talents of a varied group of musicians to provide an entertaining and energetic mix of popular music. The band combines the danceability of Funk, Pop and Country, the recognizable lyrics of Classic Rock anthems with the raw power of 80’s music and 90’s alternative hits to create an experience that has something for everyone.