The Town of Wake Forest
United Arts of Raleigh and Wake County
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ARTS events:Events on February 15, 2015Campbell University ChoirStarts: 12:00 amEnds: February 16, 2015 - 12:00 amLocation: Wake Forest Baptist Church, 107 E South Ave, Wake Forest, NC 27587, United StatesDescription: Free and Open to the Public
Sponsored by Virginia Tull Music and Arts Series
Category Archives: Six Sundays
We’ve got an exciting, eclectic line up of superb performers for this year’s Six Sundays in Spring Concert Series. All performances are at Joyner Park in Wake Forest (with a rain location of the new Renaissance Center in downtown Wake … Continue reading
We’ve got another afternoon and evening of great music lined up for this Sunday, May 26. the concert will open with String Theory, a string quartet featuring musicians from Wake Forest-Rolesville High School. They play everything from Bach to Beatles, … Continue reading
Due to the unfortunate cancellations because of weather, Wake Forest ARTS is adding another concert on June 9. From 5 until 7 p.m. Suzanna Neeley Bridges, who grew up in Wake Forest, will perform with Andy Jobe in their band … Continue reading
The Graffiti Monkeys, a Wake Forest local band, will be opening our May 12 Six Sundays in Spring concert at 3 pm in E. Carroll Joyner Park. The Graffiti Monkeys started back in 2007 when the friends who all happened … Continue reading
Our first Six Sundays in Spring concert of the 2013 season is less than 10 days away! See our Six Sundays page for all the details.
We had beautiful weather and record attendance at our last Six Sundays concert of the season, with the Gravy Boys performing. Randy Bass put up a short video clip from the performance on Vimeo here. Thanks Randy!
Please join us and the Gravy Boys for this last concert in our 2012 Six Sundays in Spring concert series, on Sunday June 3. The Gravy Boys hail from Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina and perform Acoustic Americana music, drawing deep from … Continue reading
It’s cloudy now, but partly sunny skies and perfect weather for an outdoor concert are predicted for this afternoon and evening. Come on out to E. Carroll Joyner Park for a free Memorial Day Concert. The music starts at 3 … Continue reading
The weatherperson is predicting 80° and partly cloudy skies for this afternoon and evening, which means it will be mostly sunny and perfect for the fourth Six Sundays concert of this season. Folk Country singer Angela Easterling will perform from … Continue reading
Our annual 6-week concert series, Six Sundays in Spring starts this Sunday, April 29, 3-7 pm. There will be an artist’s market, food, refreshments, and of course music! This weekend we’re presenting gospel music all-male group the Ministers of Worship, … Continue reading