2017 Soundside Live Sunset Concert Series
Visit The Outer Banks presents the Soundside Live Sunset Concert Series. Mark your calendars for a highly entertaining, unique and fun-filled concert, food and beverage experience for Outer Banks visitors and locals on May 25th, June 1st and June 8th. Expect a curated line-up of regional and national touring talent playing an eclectic mix of rock and roll, blues, soul, funk and bluegrass. Products from beverage partners Mother Earth Brewery from Kinston, NC and Sanctuary Vineyards of Currituck, NC will be for sale as well as local cuisine from some of Dare County’s finest restaurants. And some the Outer Bank’s finest and most creative artisan vendors will be onsite selling their handmade goods.
All shows feature performances by Imagine Circus, a cirque-style entertainment troop with aerial arts, acrobatics, fire, flow arts, theatrics, dance & more. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Mustang Outreach Program, supplementing cultural arts education in the Dare and Currituck County schools with world class music performances, residencies and mentoring programs.
“We are overflowing with excitement to bring these family friendly sunset celebrations to the beautiful Soundside Event Site in Nags Head. It promises to be a great experience for locals and visitors alike.” ~ Mike Dianna, Producer & owner of Bearded Face Productions.
Located at the Soundside Event Site in Nags Head, admission will be free, $10 for onsite parking and gates are at 3pm for all shows.
The 2017 Line Up:
Thurs, May 25: Red Wanting Blue, The Commonheart & Tropidelic
Thurs, June 1: Cris Jacobs, Selwyn Birchwood Band & Ruth Wyand Music & The Tribe of One
Thurs, June 8: Marco Benevento, Ripe & Fireside Collective
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