When it comes to recreating the fun and excitement of the most popular band in music history, The WannaBeatles more than live up to their name.
The WannaBeatles are Grammy finalists who are receiving standing ovations at theatres across the country. They have appeared on both national television and on stage where they use their multi-instrumental skills to re-create all eras of the Beatles’ songbook and more.
This year also marks the 50th anniversary of the release of “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” as well as1967’s “Summer of Love.” The WannaBeatles will bring back memories by performing songs from that magical musical time.
It’s gonna be a happening! Come join the “Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band’ for a night where fab meets fun with The WannaBeatles!
LOCATION: The concert takes place inside The Historic Masonic Theatre.
This concert is a kick-off event for the Alleghany Highlands Heritage Day and C&O Railway Heritage Festival, a free, family-friendly event taking place June 3rd from 10am to 5pm. Learn more about the festival on our facebook page.
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6th Annual Alleghany Highlands Heritage Day & C&O Railway Festival Saturday, June 3, 10:00AM to 5:00PM Festival Entry Free
Download the Heritage Day Free app via Google Play or The App Store then enter win a host of prizes.
Celebrate the heritage and uniqueness of the Alleghany Highlands with us! The day will be filled with continuous live music, arts & crafts, rail history, miniature train rides, over 80 fun demonstrations and presentations by artisans, a dozen food vendors including: Celtic, German, Native American, English, Soul food, and so much more!
Some of the day’s highlights will include: • Vintage quilt bed turnings with national quilt artist Pepper Cory • Hooked rug and fiber arts demonstrations and displays • Pottery, blacksmithing, woodworking, glass making, apple butter and soap making -- dozens of demonstrations including hands-on children’s activities • Highland Games, draft horses & other heritage animals • Historic displays of WW1 and WW2 veterans Trains galore--displays and demonstrations of the Alleghany Historical Society and Train History.in the Alleghany Highlands. Admission is free and there’s something of interest to everyone!
The action takes place at the following beautiful locations: - Historic Masonic Theatre and Masonic Amphitheatre - 510 Main Street and Church Street - Town of Clifton Forge - Main Street -Clifton Forge Public Library - Church Street -The Jungle -Clifton Forge School of the Arts - Church Street -Alleghany Highlands Arts and Crafts Center - 439 E. Ridgeway -C&O Railway Heritage Center - 705 East Main St. in Clifton Forge, VA.
The Flag Day Celebration @ the Masonic Amphitheatre begins at 5:30pm.
The Stars and Stripes Celebration Committee of Clifton Forge Main Street, Inc. is excited to announce this year’s 241st Nation’s Birthday events! We will kick off our patriotic celebration with a Flag Day Ceremony, June 14th, at 5:30 pm at the Masonic Amphitheatre. Included in the ceremony will be flag presentations by Boy Scout Troop #2, Girl Scout Troup # 699, and Clifton Forge VFW posts #4299 and #1033. Jim "Neighbor" Smith with also take part in the flag ceremony. In addition there will be patriotic music sung by Dale Meuterspaugh and a benefit picnic supper with birthday cake.
Everyone is invited to this very special occasion. We urge you to bring children to this event. It's a great opportunity for them to be reminded of the importance of our nation's flag.
This events kicks off The Town of Clifton Forge's Stars and Strips Celebration culminating on July 4th.
Friday, June 16th, 2017 – 7:30 pm - Friday, June 16th, 2017 – 9:30 pm
The Historic Masonic Theatre
THE GUTHRIE BROTHERS, have been singing together as long as either of them can remember – a major reason for the perfect blend of their harmonies. Friendship and a shared passion for great vocal music, unite these two brothers in their quest for musical authenticity and perfection.
Drawing on their influences, THE GUTHRIE BROTHERS perform a musical journey from the 50’s through today, with an emphasis on the 60’s and 70’s Both Jock and Jeb play acoustic guitar and sing and are backed up by their great musicians. Their musical presentation is energetic and powerful yet soft around the edges.
“Since we were little kids, we brothers have been playing and singing together in one way or another,” remarked Jeb. “We share just about everything, and a lot of that everything is music. It started at our house in Green Bay, Wisconsin, sometime after the Packers’ golden years. Our long-suffering parents tolerated a lot of racket in the basement, which started us on that fateful, no-turning-back music road.”
Jock added, “We knew the first time we played a Simon and Garfunkel song that our voices blended effortlessly into that S & G signature sound, and the overwhelming audience reaction to our performances confirmed our feelings.”