FREE Cabin Fever Concert Series
Thursdays Nights Jan 30 – Mar 5, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Doors open promptly at 6:30
Freight Shed 331 Water Street Yorktown, VA 23690
Enjoy an intimate concert with some of our area’s top musicians. Located inside the Historic Freight Shed, these weekly performances are sure to heat things up even in the middle of winter. From jazz to indie rock to traditional Irish music—the line-up promises to be the best one yet!
Doors open no earlier than 6:30 p.m. and each concert starts promptly at 7 p.m. Seating is limited, so make sure you get there early. Coffee and desserts are graciously provided by Carrot Tree Kitchens Yorktown—complimentary to all guests in attendance.
2020 Music Schedule
Jan. 30: The Flatland Bluegrass Band – This home-grown Virginia bluegrass band will perform its tight harmonies and high-energy instrumentals during a night of traditional and contemporary bluegrass, mixed with some gospel music.
Feb. 6: New Sound Alliance – A talented group of vocalists and musicians from varied cultures who play a blend of original songs; praise & worship; rhythm & blues; jazz; southern rock; pop and varied instrumentals.
Feb. 13: BJ Griffin – A singing cellist who has performed internationally. He enjoys mixing classical, jazz, and pop music in hopes of breaking the barriers between music genres.
Feb. 20: The H.M. Johnson Band – Johnson has been a figure in the Hampton Roads music scene for 40 years. His band covers songs dating back to the 1950s, and covers styles such as R&B, Funk, Pop, Swing, and Soul. The band may also throw in a little Reggae and Rock & Roll for good measure!
Feb. 27: Something Different Duo – This father-daughter duo adds a jazzy flair to their lounge-style music. Ashley Wenner and Brad Sindle started performing together six years ago and have been making people tap their toes, sing, and dance ever since.
Mar. 5: Poisoned Dwarf – Five-piece band that focuses on performing traditional Irish music. Their instruments include Irish pipes known as Uilleann pipes, Irish flute, whistle, button accordion, fiddle, guitar, banjo, and Bodhran (Irish frame drum). Irish Jigs, reels, and polkas are blended together to create medleys of toe-tapping excitement.
For more information about the Cabin Fever Concert Series or any other events in York County, visit www.visityorktown.org or call 757.890.3500