American Tobacco’s Music on the Lawn Series Starts This Thursday

ATC logo American Tobacco’s Music on the Lawn Series Starts This Thursday
Mel Melton & the Wicked Mojo Opens 2009 Concert Slate

Music on the Lawn logo Mel Melton, the Zydeco Chef, and his Wicked Mojo band will open American Tobacco’s Music on the Lawn Series for 2009 tonight, Thursday, May 7th at 6pm. Join us on the lawn for some great FREE music from a great Cajun group.

Kick back in the Triangle’s most unique outdoor concert venue!  American Tobacco’s intimate, family-friendly atmosphere  includes:

  • Ample parking! 
  • Plenty of outdoor seating at fine eateries surrounding the lawn: Tyler’s Taproom, Café Zen, Mellow Mushroom, Starbucks, and coming spring 2009, Cuban Revolution.
  • Kids are welcome on the lawn!  Enjoy the Old Bull River running through the middle of campus.  As a courtesy to your neighbors, no dogs or coolers please.

For a concert details visit www.AmericanTobaccoCampus.com

2009 American Tobacco Music on the Lawn Series
Thurs, May 7
6-8pm
 
Mel Melton and the Wicked Mojos
Fri, May 29
6-8pm
 
The Kari Sickenberger Band with Natalya Weinstein & John Miller
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
Thurs, June 11
6-8pm
 
Beverly “Guitar” Watkins
Fri, June 19
6-8pm
 
The Grass Cats
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
Sun, June 21
2-5pm
 
Durham Jazz and Durham Community Concert Band
Sun, June 26
6-8pm
 
Big Medicine
(A North Carolina Public Radio WUNC Back Porch Music Concert)
Sat, July 4
5:30-7:30pm
 
John Brown and the Groove Shop Band
Thurs, July 30
6-8pm
 
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band
Thurs, Aug 27
6-8pm
 
Carolina Chocolate Drops
Fri, Sept 4
6-8pm
 
John Shain Trio
(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, Café Zen, Mellow Mushroom, Starbucks, and in spring 2009, Cuban Revolution.

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.

For concert details visit www.AmericanTobaccoCampus.com

 

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