York County Cabin Fever Concert Series
York County is excited to announce the ninth annual Cabin Fever Concert Series, scheduled for this winter inside the Freight Shed located at Riverwalk Landing in historic Yorktown.
- On Thursday, February 2, Rockin’Vets will be the featured group. The group consists of former members of LF Edwards and the First Class Band and performed as the house band at the Chamberlain Hotel for over 20 years. All members are veterans of the military music programs and have extensive worldwide performance experience. They perform Country music and a variety of styles and are sure to please any audience.
- The series concludes on Thursday, March 2, with a performance by the Hot House Band. Hot House combines the unique talents of five local musicians and their many years of experience in the music business. Hot House performs a blend of Pop, Classic rock, Country, Blues, Jazz, Motown, and Rhythms & Blues. Audience will always hear something they like when at their shows.
These concerts feature local musicians in an informal, friendly, and close performance setting. Audience members will have the opportunity to interact and engage with the musicians throughout each concert to learn more about the artists and their inspirations or simply to grasp the message that’s being delivered through the music.
Seating for the Cabin Fever concerts is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Each concert will begin promptly at 7 p.m. Doors will open no earlier than 6:30 p.m. Seating is limited in the Freight Shed, so early arrival is recommended. For more information about the Cabin Fever Concert Series or any other events in Yorktown, please call Parks, Recreation, and Tourism at (757) 890-3500 or visit www.visityorktown.org.
This concert series is sponsored by York County and The Carrot Tree Kitchens.
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