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  1. Summer Breeze Concerts

    August 27, 2017, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Ashland Town Center - Located at 415 England Street, Ashland, Virginia 23005

    Summer Breeze Concerts are located through the breezeway of Ashland Town Center, just walking distance from the Ashland Train Station. Ashland Town Center Features four (4) restaurants: Andy's, England Street Tavern, Top's China, and Domino's Pizza. Adult beverages can be enjoyed on the outdoor patios of Andy's and England Street Tavern. Additional soft beverages will be available for purchase, provided by our local non-profit partners.

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  2. Bluemont Concert Series

    August 27, 2017, 7:00 PM @ 300 Henry Street on the Randolph-Macon College Campus

    Randolph-Macon College, Mary Branch Residence Hall 300 Henry Street, Ashland, VA 23005 *Just across the street from Blackwell Auditorium In Bad Weather: Randolph-Macon College, Blackwell Auditorium (inside) 204 Henry Street, Ashland, VA 23005 We prefer to hold Bluemont concerts outside if possible. Summer weather can change quickly and is sometimes hard to predict. Always check the outdoor concert site first; if the concert has moved, proceed to the nearby indoor site. Decision to move indoors will be posted at site and broadcast over local radio stations.

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  3. Bluemont Summer Concert with Furnace Mountain

    August 27, 2017, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Randolph-Macon College, Mary Branch Residence Hall

    Furnace Mountain consists of Dave Van Deventer on Fiddle and Vocals, Morgan Morrison on Bouzouki and Vocals, Aimee Curl on Bass and Vocals, Danny Knicely on Mandolin, and includes transient members Zach Lester or Bodhran, and John Flower on Washtub. The band has graced stages near and far, from the Yangtzee River in China to the banks of the Shenandoah River, where they host the famous Watermelon Park Fest each year. The music of Furnace Mountain is at times lively and raucous, with spirited fiddle melodies weaving in and around the powerful rhythms of the bass and bouzouki. It is at other times poignant and poetic, with sublime vocal harmonies beautifully interpreting some of the oldest songs ever written. All are welcome, bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics; no pets, alcohol, or smoking allowed; refreshments are available for sale by local community organizations. In the event of bad weather, the indoor location will be Randolph-Macon's Blackwell Auditorium.

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