SwanFest/EmeraldFest

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It’s a Sunday night relaxing thing to do, down by the waterfront in beautiful Swansboro…not a bad way to start your week.  

 

The Seaside Arts Council is gearing up for another great season of outdoor music in downtown Swansboro.  The 2014 schedule is already set.  Musicians of many genres will take the Pugliese Pavilion stage this summer, starting Memorial Day Sunday and running for seventeen consecutive Sundays through September 14.  SwanFest has grown into a great music venue, with local favorites to Nashville recording artists.

Bring your lawn chair to the Pavilion at Olde Town Square, Swansboro NC. (No pets or alcohol please.)

In case of bad weather, SwanFest concerts move to the Assembly Room of Swansboro Town Hall – 502 W Church Street (just up the street from the pavilion.)

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Swansboro’s Olde Town Pavilion location

SwanFest 2014 Line up:   (Sundays 6:30–8pm )

 

EmeraldFest – 2014

Every Thursday from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Western Ocean Regional Access

Emerald Isle’s outdoor concert series, EmeraldFest, is back again this summer with weekly acts at the Western Ocean Regional Access facility (located off Islander Drive, 1 block east of Coast Guard Road intersection. Concerts will be held every Thursday evening from June 19 through August 21, with a variety of genres performed by great regional performers.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket, and enjoy the fun!

EmeraldFest Concert Schedule for Summer 2014!

  • June 19 – Pure T Mommicked (Rock / Alternative)
  • June 26 – My Three Kilts (Irish)
  • July 3 – 4EverAll (Pop / Variety)
  • July 10 – Justin Castellano (Eclectic)
  • July 17 – Hank Barbee (Alternative Americana)
  • July 24 – Redneck Juliets (Country / Originals)
  • July 31 – Dependable Taxi (Pop / Alternative)
  • August 7 – Wild Honey (Blues / Country / Rock)
  • August 14 – Scearce & Ketner (Carolina Pirate Rock)
  • August 21 – Big Drink (Acoustic / Rock)

This project is supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the cultural resources.

Thanks to our wonderful sponsors!

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