Darrell Scott Continues Music on Lawn Series at American Tobacco

ATC logo Darrell Scott Continues Music on Lawn Series at American Tobacco

Music on the Lawn logo The second installment of American Tobacco’s Music on the Lawn series takes place tonight, Thursday, May 29, 2008.   Singer-songwriter Darrell Scott will take the stage from 6-8pm.

Old Ceremony
Old Ceremony draws a large crowd to kick off the 2008 Music on the Lawn Series.

Despite the threat of storms, local band Old Ceremony kicked off the season on Thursday, May 8th to an audience of over 350.  The American Tobacco restaurants sold beverages, grilled foods, pizza and more for the crowd.  Guests also brought in picnics. 

Come out to American Tobacco tonight, relax with your family & friends, enjoy dinner and some great music.

For a concert details visit www.AmericanTobaccoCampus.com

Check out the upcoming dates:

2008 American Tobacco Music on the Lawn Series
Thurs, May 29
6-8pm
 
Darrell Scott
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
Fri, June 13
6-8pm
 
David Wilcox
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
Sun, June 15
5-7pm
 
Durham Jazz and Durham Community Concert Band
ATC Father’s Day Concert
Fri, June 27
6-8pm
 
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band
Fri, July 25
6-8pm
 
Robert & Linda Williams
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
In Bay 7
Fri, Aug 15
6-8pm
 
John Dee Holeman & Cool John Ferguson
Dana & Susan Robinson
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
In Bay 7
Thurs, Aug 28
6-8pm
 
John Brown & The Groove Shop Band
Fri, Sept 5
6-8pm
 
Steep Canyon Rangers
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
Fri, Sept 26
6-8pm
 
Beverly “Guitar” Watkins, Featuring Albert White
Fri, Oct 3
6-8pm
  Polecat Creek
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
The Venue
The American Tobacco Campus is arguably one of the top venues in the Triangle for enjoying an outdoor concert in an intimate and family-friendly atmosphere.  Ample parking and five fine eateries surround the lawn: Tyler’s Taproom, Symposium Café, Café Zen, Mellow Mushroom and Starbucks.  Outdoor seating  abounds and some restaurants  take their grills to the sidewalk, so food and beverages are only steps away.  Kids are welcome on the lawn where families can enjoy the Ole Bull River that runs through the middle of the campus.  As a courtesy to your neighbors, no dogs or coolers please.

Most concerts are free with the exception of July 25th and Aug. 15th when both concerts will be moved indoors to Bay 7 to escape the summer heat.  Seating is limited to 400, and a modest admission fee will be charged to manage production logistics.

For concert details visit www.AmericanTobaccoCampus.com

Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for this capcom photo.

 

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