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Join us as we open the 2017 concert season with Wayback Weekend!

July 21: Arlo Guthrie
Gates open 6 p.m. Concert starts 8 p.m.
Pavilion: $47; Lawn: $42; Under 18 Lawn: $10

July 22: Piedmont Symphony Orchestra — “Sgt. Pepper and the Summer of Love”
Gates open 6 p.m. Concert starts 8 p.m.
Pavilion: $36; Lawn: $31; Under 18 Lawn: $10

Best known for his colorful storytelling and timeless folk hits of the 1960s and 70s, Arlo Guthrie kicks off SVMF’s Wayback Weekend Celebration. Then the celebration continues the following evening with the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra as they rock out with songs commemorating The Summer of Love’s 50th anniversary — when tens of thousands of hippies flocked to Haight-Asbury in the summer of 1967 to promote peace, love and the counterculture. The orchestra will also perform songs from the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and “Magical Mystery Tour,” two of the Beatles’ most famous albums released that year.

July 28: Pure Prairie League and Poco — Two great country rock bands in one night! Pure Prairie League is best known for the early ’70s chart-topper “Amie,” plus other timeless favorites including “Early Morning Riser,” “Jazzman” and, “Two Lane Highway,” and  “Falling in and out of Love.” Still going strong since the late ’60s, Poco will bring back memories with their many hits throughout the decades, including “Crazy Love,” “Heart of the Night,” “Call it Love,” plus many others.

Gates open: 6 p.m. Concert starts 8 p.m.
Pavilion: $47; Lawn: $42; Under 18 Lawn: 10

July 29: Piedmont Symphony Orchestra — “PSO in Tinseltown,” a performance of America’s best-loved movie themes.
Gates open: 6 p.m. Concert starts 8 p.m.
Pavilion: $36; Lawn: $31; Under 18 Lawn: 10

Aug. 11: The HillBenders and Seldom Scene — a double header! The HillBenders will open the concert with their original bluegrass twist on  The Who’s famous rock opera “Tommy.”  This “bluegrass opry” will cover the original album from start to finish with audience participation.

Seldom Scene, a SVMF  favorite, is known for its soaring, incredibly tight, vocal gymnastics and stretching the bounds of traditional bluegrass, embracing artists such as Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead.

Gates open 6 p.m. Concert starts 8 p.m.
Pavilion: $37; Lawn: $32; Under 18 Lawn: $10

Aug 12: The Midtown Men —  These four stars from the original cast of “Jersey Boys” will bring their magic to SVMF, singing their favorite hits of from the ’60s –The Beatles, The Rascals, The Turtles, Motown, The Four Seasons and more!
Gates open 6 p.m. Concert starts 8 p.m.
Pavilion: $47; Lawn: $42; Under 18 Lawn: $10

Sept. 2: Emmylou Harris — SVMF is excited to present Emmylou Harris, a 13-time GRAMMY Award winner and one of the most respected, singer-songwriters in the genres of country, folk and Americana.
Gates open 6 p.m. Concert starts 7 p.m.
Preferred Pavilion: $65; Regular Pavilion: $60; Lawn:$53; Under 18 Lawn: $10

Sept. 3: Bluegrass Minifest:  Headlining will be Balsam Range, a 10-time International Bluegrass Music Awards winner. The group is known for its strong vocals, tight harmonies and expert musicianship. Also performing will be Band of Ruhks — former members of the Lonesome River Band — and a young, up-and-coming female Trio from Virginia, After Jack.

Gates open 5 p.m. Concert starts 6 p.m.
Pavilion: $37; Lawn: $32; Under 18 Lawn: $10

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