Free Summer Concerts Return to Short Pump Town Center

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    Country music duo Maddie and Tae headline this summer’s concert series at Short Pump Town Center. They perform Friday, June 29, in the Main Plaza.

    The Fifteenth Annual Short Pump Town Center Summer Concert Series, presented by Capital One Cafe, features national and local artists performing at Short Pump Town Center. The free concerts are scheduled for Friday, June 8, 29, and July 13 in the Main Plaza and offer family-friendly entertainment. Wine tastings, provided by Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, will begin each Friday at 5:30. Performance start times vary. All the proceeds benefit the Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House.

    The mission of the Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House is to offer hospitality and support to families and friends as they care for a loved one in the hospital. Few situations can strain a family’s emotional, financial, and spiritual resources more than traveling a great distance for quality medical care. “We love to be out in the community, connecting with individuals through events like the Short Pump Concert Series,” says Lisa Patten, executive director of the Reinhart House. “This event allows us an opportunity to connect with the community and share information about the Reinhart House and how this home provides good help to people in medical crisis. We are grateful for the funds that will support our operation.”

    Enjoy dinner before or after the concert at any of our fine dining restaurants such as The Boathouse, Casa Del Barco, Baker’s Crust, California Pizza Kitchen, The Cheesecake Factory, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, Lehja India Delicious, Texas de Brazil, and Matchbox American Kitchen & Spirits. Quick-service food options are also available at Capital One Café, Carytown Cupcakes, Chick-fil-A, Great Steak & Surf City Squeeze, Auntie Anne’s, Starbucks and the Nordstrom eBar.

    Short Pump Town Center Concert Series

    Wine Tastings begin at 5:30 p.m. Performance start times vary.

    Friday, June 8 – Three Sheets to the Wind (American’s #1 tribute to yacht rock)
    Friday, June 29 – Maddie & Tae (American country music duo)
    Friday, July 13 – The Deloreans (80s show band)

    Three Sheets to the Wind Friday, June 8
    Three Sheets to the Wind pays authentic tribute to soft rock classics from the late 70’s and 80’s

    Maddie & Tae – Friday, June 29
    American Female Country Music Duo Maddie & Tae, Maddie Marlow and Taylor Dye, boldly introduced their debut single “Girl In A Country Song” shortly after signing with Dot Records. Featured on their debut album Start Here, for which they penned each of the eleven tracks, the PLATINUM-certified breakout hit soared atop the country radio charts and made them only the third female duo to peak their debut single at #1 in the history of the Billboard Country singles chart. The gender-flipping video garnered over 38 million views and scored the duo their first-ever award: CMA Video of the Year. The pair, from Texas and Oklahoma, respectively, also swept the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards, winning both Favorite Country Artist and Favorite Country Song for GOLD-certified “Fly.” They have previously been nominated for ACM, CMT and CMA Awards. Receiving critical acclaim from NPR, Entertainment Weekly, The Washington Post and Glamour, among others. Maddie & Tae are currently signed to Mercury Records, Universal Music Group Nashville, where they recently released their latest single “Friends Don’t,” available now!

    The Deloreans – Friday, July 13
    Dynamic 80’s Showband – the Deloreans is known for their dynamic 80’s costumes, unstoppable energy, and their ability to bring down the house every time. “The Deloreans are the newly celebrated 80’s show band in Virginia and well beyond. Dedicated to taking you “Back to the Eighties,” they play all the mega hits from the new wave, pop and rock scenes of the decade – there is never an unfamiliar tune or dull moment. Like a time machine, they take you back to the famous era of glitz and glam. Watching them feels as though you are 18 years old again seeing your first MTV music video. Along with big lights, sound, costumes and personality you can expect nothing less than a “totally awesome” show!