Sounds Like Summer
Live Music by The Whiskey Rebellion
Food Truck: Hawks BBQ & Extreme Concessions
Friday, August 27, 2021
5:30-8:30 p.m., Plaza

Bring your own chairs or blankets, and enjoy your dinner on the plaza while you listen to great music. We will listen, sing-a-long, dance, and enjoy being together on this summer night. Hawks BBQ and Extreme Concessions food truck will be there for dinner, and dessert, too!

Everyone is welcome to attend this event — invite your friends and family to join us!

If you respond YES (Going) to our Facebook Event, you will be entered into a drawing to win a free dessert. (Must be present to win.)

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Live Music by The Whiskey Rebellion

Skillful picking and expert three-part harmonies are just part of what you can expect from the Whiskey Rebellion, who have been plying their brand of high-energy acoustic music across the Southeast (and as far west as the Pacific Ocean) for the last eight years. The band has recorded two regionally-acclaimed original albums, shared the stage with the Sam Bush Band and Carolina Chocolate Drops, and had their 2011 tour of the Pacific Northwest captured by filmmaker Tony Morin for a forthcoming concert film & documentary.

Drawing on their diverse musical backgrounds, The Whiskey Rebellion mix the spontaneity of bluegrass, the collectiveness of jazz, and the urgency of rock and roll to create their own unique take on everything from traditional bluegrass to anthemic party favorites. The band covers a wide array of artists ranging from The Beatles to The Talking Heads to Guns ‘n’ Roses, but their approach is always steeped in their acoustic roots and uniquely lends itself to being both listenable and danceable.

The Whiskey Rebellion consists of the finest bluegrass gentlemen in the business, and offer several smaller configurations to suit small or quiet events. Regardless of the type of event you’re booking Whiskey Rebellion for, rest assured that you’re getting a band that called “the best thing to happen to Americana since 1776.”