RICHMOND, Va. -- The After Hours Concert Series is moving from its long-time home in Innsbrook to The Meadow Event Park in Caroline County, promoters announced Monday.
In addition to the move from Henrico, the newly-named After Hours Concert Series announced its summer show line-up:
Jamey Johnson May 14
New Faces of Country, featuring Jimmie Allen, Matt Stell, and more May 21
Chase Rice on May 22
Aaron Lewis June 4
Kip Moore June 18
Indigo Girls June 19
Blues Traveler with JJ Grey & Mofro June 25
Hanson June 26
Toby Keith July 17
Sublime with Rome and Dirty Heads July 18
Lee Brice August 6
Get The Led Out August 12
Train with Vertical Horizon August 13
Jon Pardi with Larry Fleet August 14
Tower of Power August 18
Foreigner August 20
The Commodores August 26
Steve Earle and Los Lobos August 27
Scotty McCreery August 28
Brad Paisley September 23
Ludacris September 17
Lynyrd Skynyrd on September 18.
"The significantly larger footprint of The Meadow Event Park will allow more flexibility to present shows based on social distancing guidelines that may be in place at the time," a spokesperson for After Hours Concert Series announced. "Current guidelines and seating arrangements can be found here."
Additional concerts are expected to be announced over the next several weeks.
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"Caroline County is proud to be the home of the State Fair of Virginia and Meadow Event Park. We are pleased to see the growth that has occurred since Virginia Farm Bureau secured full ownership of the property in 2013,” Reginald L. Underwood, Chair Caroline County Board of Supervisors, said. “After such a challenging 2020, we are excited about the After Hours Concert partnership and look forward to continued growth for the facility. The impact of the events held throughout the year continues to be positive for our county and business community.”
“We are excited to be hosting After Hours Concerts at Meadow Event Park this year. Our team has been working relentlessly since our last show at Innsbrook in October of 2019 to book the best talent at a location that can accommodate our patrons in a convenient, safe, and family-friendly environment," Larry Creeger, President of EventMakers – USA and Executive Producer of After Hours Concerts, said. “We’ve always worked to present the biggest bands and deliver the best live entertainment experience in Central Virginia. I am confident that music lovers throughout Virginia will find this years’ lineup the best in After Hours Concerts history."