Culpeper Summer Concert Series

On June 21, Soul Expressions, a high-energy soul band, takes the stage downtown with an amazing performance featuring funk, rock, reggae, jazz, and Motown, as well as todays best hits. This 7-piece band includes bass, drums, lead and rhythm guitars, keys, sax, and vocals. Come, join us on June 21 as Soul Expressions gets the party movin and folks on the floor groovin from the first beat.

Advance tickets for each of the concerts are available for $5, and back by popular demand, 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series Season Passes are available for only $15 (thats one concert for free)! Advance tickets may be purchased up until the day before the event at the following locations: all StellarOne offices throughout Culpeper, Madison, Orange and Locust Grove, Randys Flowers located at 211 West Evans Street, Pepperberries located at 102 East Davis Street, The Museum of Culpeper History at 803 South Main Street, and the Culpeper Renaissance office located at 127 West Davis Street. Individual concert admission is $7 at the gate on the day of the event for those 21 and over. Admission for those under 21 is always FREE!

All concerts begin at 5:00 pm and end at 9:00 pm. Food and beverages will be available for purchase, and a variety of childrens activities will also be offered. So bring friends, family & a lawn chair! All are welcome! Please remember no pets and no coolers, but picnic baskets are welcome! The 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series is made possible through the generous support of the Town of Culpeper; 92.5 WINC FM; Appleton Campbell; Culpeper Media Network; Culpeper Times; Davies, Barrell, Will, Lewellyn & Edwards, PLC; Kid Central; Randys Flowers; Studio C Photography; Suites at 249; The Smokehouse; Terremark; and Virginia Eagle Distributing.

Come and enjoy summer in a Great American Main Street, downtown Culpeper with great times and the great sounds of Soul Expressions, The Fabulous Hubcaps, and The Holiday Band.

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