Join the fun on Friday, August 25 at 7:00 p.m. as “The Night Move Band” will perform on the Alexander County Courthouse lawn as part of the Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center’s “Summer on the Square Free Concert Series.”
In partnership with the Town of Taylorsville and Alexander County Government, the Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center is pleased to announce an exciting line-up of performers for the annual “Summer on the Square Free Concert Series.” This unique collaboration between local government and the arts is credited with providing diverse live music and cultural entertainment in downtown Taylorsville at no cost to the public.
During the summer months of June, July, and August, the Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center hosts a monthly free concert on the courthouse square, featuring talented performers, a family-friendly atmosphere, and entertainment that will appeal to all ages. All “Summer on the Square” concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. and are held on the Alexander County Courthouse lawn in Taylorsville (29 West Main Avenue). In case of rain, concerts will be moved to The Center’s Educational Complex (70 Hiddenite Church Road). Audience members are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets for their convenience.
“The Night Move Band” will perform the finale concert on August 25th. The Center is pleased to present this legendary, six-piece band performing R&B, Beach, Classic Rock, and Funk music and features four-part harmonies on many of their songs. The band features five vocalists with each taking a turn at singing lead. Phil Witherspoon and Ron Skinner of Alexander County, Mike Lord of Iredell County, Larry Arndt of Catawba County, Michael Roof of Cleveland County, and Paul Mitchell of Mecklenburg County.
Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center events, exhibits, and programs are made possible in part through the generous funding of Alexander County Government, the Town of Taylorsville, the Eileen and R.Y. Sharpe Family Foundation, The Winston-Salem Foundation, Duke Energy, the Catawba Valley Community Foundation, the Friends of the Center membership program, and by the Grassroots Grant of the N.C. Arts Council (a division of the NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources). The Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center’s Lucas Mansion and Educational Complex are wheelchair accessible.