Davie County has two free concerts Saturday night sure to thrill music lovers of all ages. While downtown Mocksville is rocking, Bermuda Run will be dancing to the best in beach music.
Mocksville’s Concerts on the Square
Enjoy classic rock as Poundcake takes center stage this Saturday night, September 28th, from 7- 10 p.m. in the quad near Restaurant 101 in downtown Mocksville. This is the final performance in this year’s free Concerts on the Square series sponsored by the Town of Mocksville.
Poundcake plays the songs you love, songs you forgot you loved and songs you should have been loving but were too busy to take time out to enjoy. The songs are presented unadorned, by three dudes with three instruments and three voices who strive to honor the original recordings and recreate them in the trio setting.
Poundcake is a hometown straight-up rock and roll band. Capturing the classic rock of the ’70s and ’80s including ACDC, Tom Petty, Aerosmith and all of the best rockers of the time, you’ll be on your feet! Poundcake is a hit on every stage they perform!
Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the concert. Don’t forget to check out downtown Mocksville’s restaurants, retail shops, and ice cream and gourmet coffee shops.
For more information, call Tami Langdon at 336.753.6705 or visit http://mocksvillenc.org.
Bermuda Run’s Sounds on the Square
The Town of Bermuda Run will be alive with the sounds of beach music as Special Occasion Band wraps up the “Sounds on the Square” concert series this Saturday night, September 28th, at 7 p.m. at the gazebo near Town Hall in the Kinderton Business Park.
This is the final of five free summer concerts co-sponsored by the Town of Bermuda Run and the Davie County Arts Council.
If You Love Beach Music
Special Occasion Band is known throughout the Carolinas for its versatility and depth of talent. This Winston-Salem-based band has been together since the 80’s offering the best of Carolinas’ Beach Music, Top 40, Oldies, and Country. Their beach repertoire includes favorites like “I Love Beach Music,” “Carolina Girls,” “60 Minute Man,” and “Brown-eyed Girl.” If you’ve heard them once, you’ll understand why they are back again by popular demand!
Grab Your Favorite Carolina Girl or Guy and Dance the Night Away!
There is plenty of space, so bring your lawn chairs, a picnic, a cooler, and don’t forget your dancin’ shoes! A dance floor will be available for dancing the night away.
The concert’s rain date is Sunday, September 29th.
The Kinderton Business Park Gazebo and Green is located at 120 Kinderton Boulevard, Bermuda Run, NC 27006 (off Highway 158). For questions or to get more information, contact the Davie County Arts Council, (336) 751-3112, www.daviearts.org.