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Summer Concert Series at Mariners Museum

imageThe 2013 Thursdays by the Lake at the Mariners Museum in Newport News summer concert series is back and bigger than ever! You have been asking and we are delivering – 12 big weeks of high energy, good time dance music with all your favorite party bands. And we are taking things to a higher level! Literally, this year all bands will perform on a hi-rise mobile stage! Better views and better sound!

This summer we are bringing expanded food options with vendors offering a variety of festival foods. And as always, a fine selection of wine and cold beer on sale to quench your thirst. Take a look at our line-up and make your plans to be at The Mariners’ Park every Thursday, all summer long.image

Weekly on Thursday nights
June 6 through August 29, 2013 • 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

2013 Dates

June 6
The Deloreans
www.thedeloreans.com

June 13
Borderline Crazy
www.borderlinecrazyband.com

June 20
Butter
www.butterrocks.com

June 27
Crazy X
www.facebook.com/pages/Crazy-X-Band

July 4
No Concert – Happy Independence Day

July 11
Audio Affair

July 18
SpeakEasy
www.facebook.com/SpeakeasyVA

July 25
Crazy X
www.facebook.com/pages/Crazy-X-Band

August 1
The Deloreans
www.thedeloreans.com

August 8
Slapwater
www.slaph2o.com

August 15
Butter
www.butterrocks.com

August 22
Borderline Crazy
www.borderlinecrazyband.com

August 29
Heather Edwards
www.heatheredwardsband.com

Mariners' Museum

100 Museum Drive
Newport News, VA 23606

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