Oak City 7 Concert Series

Posted by on May 31, 2013 in events, Live Music | 0 comments

The Oak City 7 Free Concert Series is back! The first show of the season was yesterday on Thursday May 30th in Downtown Raleigh’s City Plaza (500 Fayetteville St). The concerts continue every other Thursday through the summer. Admission is free to the public and the events take place from 5pm to 10pm every other Thursday, beginning the Thursday after Memorial Day, and ending the Thursday before Labor Day. There will be seven shows total. OC7 features notable local and regional bands along with food trucks and local and craft beers. The genres will include Americana, Indie Rock, Folk Rock, and Bluegrass. OC7 does not utilize any taxpayer money and is 100% sponsor driven. The series will drive substantial revenue into the local economy encouraging attendees to visit local shops, bars, and restaurants before and after each event. Showcasing amazing local products, services, and artists is the foundation for Oak City 7, all the while providing the public with a comfortable and enjoyable free concert setting.

•    Join Radio 96.1 Starting for the Aquafina Happy Hour from 5-6:30 PM
•    $1 pizza slices plus early local performers!

The full schedule for OC7 2013:

May 30: Orquesta GarDel, Old Quarter, Erin Nenni Band, Peak City Blues

June 13: Rosco Bandana, The Trophy Fire, The Human Eyes, Doug McCormick, Jon Stickley Trio

June 27: Cracker, Toddlers, Blanko Basnet, Blue Angel Blue

July 11: Yarn, Chit Nasty Band, Suitcase, Curtis Eller

July 25: Southern Culture on the Skids, Hammer No More Fingers, Unifier, Brent Cobb, Jessica Long and the New Kind

Aug. 8: Big Something, The Broadcast, Wesley Wolfe, Spiralfire

Aug. 22: Toon and the Real Laww (featuring Lucky Island in the Middle East), Young Cardinals, The Roman Spring, River City Ransom

Deep South Entertainment
PO Box 17737
Raleigh, NC 27619

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