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Concerts Returning to New Town in Williamsburg, VA

Good news and bad news for Williamsburg VA concert goers. First the good , weekly concerts are returning to New Town this summer. The bad news ? The beautifully renovated Matoaka Amphitheater at William and Mary will NOT HAVE A CONCERT series this year, BOO……..

Concerts at New Town, Sullivan SquareKick off your Memorial Day Weekend right with friends and family at New Town’s beautiful Sullivan Square. Bring your blankets and chairs to kick back and relax with free live music in the center of Sullivan Square. And afterwards, be sure to enjoy the many shops and restaurants that New Town has to offer.

As part of the Festival Williamsburg series the VA Arts Festival will sponsor a free concert at Sullivan Square in New Town ( Behind Legacy Hall) on Friday, May 27 at, 5:30 pm. The featured band is local favorite Butter/ Bootylicious this is a fund band for young and old alike.

Festival Williamsburg weekend which also includes Lynda Carter, jazz legends Chick Corea and Gary Burton on May 27 and super slick swing masters Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on May 28.
For a complete listing of events, tickets, or information, please visit www.vafest.org


Concerts in New Town Series will also be On Sullivan Square behind Legacy Hall on Thursdays June 23-August 25, 2011  from 6:00-9:30 pm

Adults will be  $7 , Kids 16 and under Free, even though they are charging you will probably be able to hear the concert from any point within 300 yards….

Food and beer will be available as well as kid activities

Scheduled Bands and Dates for the 2011 season are :

June 23 – Slapwater
June 30 – The English Channel
July 7 – Snackbar Jones
July 14 – Butter
July 21 – Cheap Thrills
July 28 – No Revese opening for Rich Whiskey
August 4 – The Deloreans
August 11 – Julius Pittman & Revival
August 18 – Crazy X
August 25 – Party Fins

Bring Music Back To Matoaka Amphitheater

Lake Matoaka Amphitheater at W&MAre there any others whoLakeMatoakaamphitheater would like to see music return to Matoaka Amphitheater ? Please post your comments below and lets see if we can make it happen..It’s a shame for such a beautiful facility to sit there unused except for occassional uses.

2 Responses

  1. Please bring back concerts at Matoaka Amphitheater, Most of the other localities have free concerts. How can we make this happen here /

  2. we have an obligation to use this beautiful facility. People can relax here and listen to craftsmen and women who have taken years to learn and express themselves musically. As a mom who has taken the time and trouble to have her sons both study music, it is a shame to let it go to waste. Without the arts there is a ghetto of the mind that takes over and it isn’t good. Music can lift you to heights and comradeship that other events just can’t do. Affordable entertainment in tough times can really make a difference in the quality of life for families that can’t afford the other options in the area. Be real, get it together!!

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