Toe-tapping dance music will fill the air in downtown Hendersonville June 21st when Emporium, the Asheville-based band, will once again rock the stage at Music on Main. The free concert series will be held from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Visitor Center at 201 South Main Street.
Emporium has been playing since the early 1980s when the Travis brothers—Ray, Rick and David—formed the group. Nowadays the band also includes Tracie Esposito, Tim Hawkins and Barry Bryson. Concert-goers can expect to hear popular classics they can dance to, including hits from classic rock, disco, funk and beach music, as well as hits such as: Brown-Eyed Girl, Uptown Funk, Summertime, My Girl, Disco Inferno and Tracks of My Tears.
Music on Main is presented in conjunction with the ever-popular Classic Car Show, held on Main Street in front of the Visitor Center from Allen to Caswell Streets. A variety of vintage and antique cars will be on display for car aficionados. For more information about the Classic Car Show, call the Carolina Mountain Car Club at 828-702-0448.
The Music On Main concert series is held every Friday evening through August 23 at the Visitors Center, 201 South Main Street in Downtown Hendersonville, NC. Bring a chair and sit back, relax and enjoy the music from 7-9pm. Seating area opens after 5:30pm; early admission is strictly prohibited. Please leave your pets comfortably at home, animals are not permitted in the event area. Alcoholic beverages, backpacks and coolers are prohibited. Admission is free.
In case of inclement weather the concert will be postponed until 8pm; if the weather does not improve by 8pm the performance will be cancelled.
For additional information or a complete concert schedule call the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority at (828) 693-9708, 800-828-4244 or go online to visithendersonville.org.
The Music on Main concert series is an event of the Henderson County TDA.
Concert Series Sponsors
Burger King, Firehouse Subs, Mast General Store, Kathy Watkins of Preferred Realty,
Henderson County Tourism Development Authority