Jon McGlocklin, the new Entertainment Director at the Brewery, announces the debut show for HRB’s Campout Live Music Series this Friday night. Two great bands will provide the entertainment. This series is running through October. $10 to pitch a tent or park overnight in the Thunder Valley Campground onsite at the Brewery. Have an RV or camper needing a hookup? Only $20. The aim is to allow folks to party as late as they want and not get out on the roads – simply camp overnight. The Brewery will have breakfast available on Saturday morning. Sounds like a great concept!
Headlining Friday’s music show is 49 Winchester, who made their return to the local scene playing at Bristol’s Border Bash with Indighost. They have a string of shows coming up and they’re kicking it off at HRB. Also playing Friday is Fritz & Co., an Indie Folk band from Abingdon, VA. They are fronted by Logan Fritz who will be attending the ETSU Bluegrass and Old Time program this fall. Should be a solid night of music for this first Campout Live event.
Bike Night is Alive and Well
Many folks are under the impression that the Bike Night at the Brewery is over. Not true! The original sponsorship ended in July, and Tri Cities Live brought a combined event for August 1, but the regular, no cover, Bike Night is back on August 8 and every Tuesday after that. The band on the 8th is The Who Doos, playing from 6:30 – 9:30. Jump on your bike and head over for the same great experience you have been enjoying all summer long.