Make Plans for Thursday Evening Jazz! At the Arts Place of Stokes! This is a FREE Concert!
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The award winning UNC School of the Arts Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Ron Rudkin, will present a free public performance on Sunday, April 30 beginning at 4pm at the King Central Park Amphitheatre, 302 Kirby Road in King. The event is part of worldwide activities recognizing International Jazz Day, organized by UNESCO in
“Bell Bottom Girls” Brings Back the “Far Out 70s” (Danbury) Break out your platform shoes, your leisure suit and your mini (or maxi) skirt—the 70s are back at The Arts Place of Stokes located at 502 N. Main Street, Danbury, North Carolina. The newly-christened Arts Place in Danbury will ring with the sounds of classic
LIVE MUSIC!! Friday, January 13, 8pm at the Green Heron Ale House, 1100 Flinchum Road in Danbury. Stokes Arts presents The Two Troubadours Tour featuring the toe tapping, finger snapping, and mountain rapping musical talents of Mason Via and Joe Troop. $7 at the door. Call 336 593-8159 for more information. Support local artists!
Don’t miss King Lear a 2 hour and a half performance by the “Triad Shakespearience” theatre group. There will be an intermission, concessions will be available for purchase. The show starts at 1pm, at King Central Park amphitheater, the $10 suggested donation supports the “Triad Shakespearience” group. We hope to see you at the show
Venue Change, PLEASE SHARE!!! Due to hot temperatures, The Return Beatles Tribute concert is being moved to Mount Olive Elementary School, 2145 Chestnut Grove Road in King. The doors will open at 6pm, with the concert beginning at 7pm. $10 adults, $5 ages 13-18, children 12 and under FREE. “The Return” Beatles Tribute to Perform
UNC School of the Arts to present Community Concert Series The University of North Carolina School of the Arts Summer Music School will present a series of free summer community concerts in Stokes County, organized by the Stokes County Arts Council. The series will kick off on Sunday, June 26 at 7pm at the King