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CONCERT CALENDAR: Festival in Scottsburg Saturday


Town of Scottsburg … Annual 4th of July festivities July 27 -  postponed from July 4, music, food and activities throughout the day. Improbable Cause Band will close out the day’s festivities, playing from 7 until 10 p.m.

 Spare Times Grill, South Boston … DJ Kirby Saunders July 26.

 Time Warner Cable Pavilion, Raleigh … Keith Urban/Little Big Town July 26; Lil’ Wayne July 27.

 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh … Barenaked Ladies/Ben Folds Five July 28.

 Roanoke Civic Center … Bill Cosby July 27.

 Pocahontas Live, Chesterfield … Scotty McCreery July 28.

 Innsbrook Pavilion, Glen Allen … Steve Bassett & Robbin Thompson July 24.

 The National, Richmond … Delbert McClinton July 27.

 Ziggy’s, Winston-Salem … Watkins Glen/Summer Jam 40-Yr. Anniversary Tour July 26.

 Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte … Beyonce July 27.

 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Charlotte … Dave Matthews Band July 24; Keith Urban July 25.

 Uptown Amphitheatre, Charlotte … Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five and Guster July 25.

 Ntelos Pavilion, Charlottesville … Loretta Lynn July 27.

 Farm Bureau Live, Virginia Beach … Bob Dylan July 24; Dave Matthews Band July 26; Tim McGraw July 27; Lil’ Wayne July 28.

 Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow … Mayhem Festival with Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Machinehead, more July 24.



Willie Nelson & Family, along with special guests Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real, are scheduled to perform at the Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre Sept. 13 and Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, N.C. Sept. 14.

The iconic Texan is the creative genius behind historic recordings like “Crazy,” “Hello Walls,” “Red Headed Stranger” and “Stardust.” His career has spanned six decades, and his catalog boasts more than 200 albums. Nelson has earned every conceivable award and honor to be bestowed on an entertainer.

Tickets, starting at $35, are on sale now for Booth and will go on sale July 26 for Roanoke.

Unforgettable superstar Natalie Cole will make her first intimate Durham Performing Arts Center appearance Dec. 10, performing her greatest hits with soul-shaking flavor.

The accomplished R&B and jazz vocalist has broken new ground with her first studio album in five years, Natalie Cole En Espanol, released June 25. The songstress rocketed to stardom in 1975 with her number 1 single, “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) and has since received countless awards, including nine Grammy statuettes.

Tickets will go on sale July 26.



 Spare Times Grill, South Boston … DJ Keith Driver July 31. 

 Constitution Square, South Boston … Destination Downtown South Boston summer concert series with Matt Boswell & The Hillbilly Blues Band Aug. 16. Gates open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at gate, available at the Tourism office, True Value, Heritage House Furniture, Caffe Peroni, McCollum-Ferrell and the DDSB office.

 Constitution Square, Downtown South Boston … South Boston Harvest Festival 2013 Sept. 28, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

 Booth Amphitheater, Cary, N.C. … Hank Williams Jr. Aug. 30; Alabama Shakes Sept. 20; Maze featuring Frankie Beverly Sept. 28.

 Carolina Theatre, Durham  … John Hiatt Aug. 22; Leon Russell Aug. 29; Dickey Betts and Great Southern Aug. 30; Cheap Trick Sept. 17; Joe Satriani Sept. 24; Ani DiFranco Sept. 27; Lily Tomlin Oct. 10; Sandra Bernhard Oct. 11; Celtic Thunder Oct. 30; Red Clay Ramblers Nov. 15; Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Nov. 16; Edwin McCain Nov. 30; Drew Carey Jan. 11.

 Carolina Theatre, Greensboro … Eric Benet Aug. 16; Kathy Mattea Sept. 21; Buddy Guy Oct. 11; Mint Condition Nov. 1.

 Crossroads Live at Hooper Park, Crewe … Delbert McClinton Sept. 14.

 Durham Performing Arts Center, Durham … Sheryl Crow Aug. 3; Toni Braxton Aug. 18; Rickey Smiley Aug. 24; Blue Man Group Sept. 6-8; Alabama Sept. 28 (Sold Out!); Jack Johnson Oct. 3; Neko Case Oct. 26; India.Arie Oct. 29; John Fogerty Nov. 3; Ron White Nov. 22; Michael McDonald Dec. 1.

 Farm Bureau Live, Virginia Beach … Matchbox Twenty/Goo Goo Dolls Aug. 8; Jason Aldean Aug. 9; Backstreet Boys Aug. 17; Miranda Lambert/Dierks Bentley Aug. 22; John Mayer Aug. 24; Shinedown Aug. 31; Allman Brothers Band/Grace Potter & The Nocturnals Sept. 4; Maroon 5 Sept. 8; Rascal Flatts/The Band Perry Sept. 26.

 Greensboro Coliseum … Taylor Swift Sept. 12; Rock Allegiance Tour Sept. 23; Rod Stewart/Steve Winwood Oct. 17; The Eagles Nov. 16; Florida Georgia Line Nov. 23; Bonnie Raitt Nov. 27.

 Greensboro Coliseum’s White Oak Amphitheater … Sugar Ray/Gin Blossoms/Smashmouth/Vertical Horizon/Fastball Aug. 8; Flip Flop Beach Music Festival with Swingin’ Medallions, The Tams, Eric & the Chill Tones, & The Craig Woollard Band Sept. 7.

 Innsbrook Pavilion, Glen Allen … Dierks Bentley July 31; Sugar Ray/Gin Blossoms/Smashmouth/Vertical Horizon/Fastball Aug. 7; The Band Perry Aug. 21; Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo Aug. 28; Darius Rucker Sept. 5; Montgomery Gentry Sept. 19; Beach Boys Sept. 25.

 John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville … Taylor Swift Sept. 14.

 Landmark Theatre, Richmond … David Sedaris Oct. 19; Joe Bonamassa Nov. 9.

 Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh … Dark Star Orchestra Aug. 12; Steve Earle & The Dukes Aug. 25.

 The National, Richmond … Jimmy Eat World Aug. 10; Ted Nugent Aug. 17; Steve Earle & The Dukes Aug. 23; Hanson Sept. 4; Son Volt Sept. 25; Alice Cooper Oct. 22.

 The Norva, Norfolk … Dark Star Orchestra Aug. 2; Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts Aug. 12.

 Ntelos Pavilion, Charlottesville … Bruce Hornsby Aug. 7; The Beach Boys Aug. 28.

 Ntelos Pavilion, Portsmouth … Bruce Hornsby Aug. 11; Kiss Aug. 12; Ke$ha Aug. 28; Hank Williams Jr. Aug. 31.

 Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte … Joe Bonamassa Nov. 12.

 PNC Arena, Raleigh … Taylor Swift Sept. 13; nine inch nails Oct. 21; Michael Buble Oct. 25; Drake Nov. 3; Justin Timberlake Nov. 13; Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Nov. 19.

 Pocahontas Live, Chesterfield … O.A.R. July 31; Dark Star Orchestra Aug. 3; Trace Adkins Aug. 8; Slightly Stoopid Aug. 14; Creedence Clearwater Revisited Aug. 21.

 Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh … Jonas Brothers July 31; The Killers Aug. 12; Ke$ha Aug. 14; Slightly Stoopid Aug. 16; Big Head Todd & the Monsters Aug. 22; Shinedown/Papa Roach Sept. 1; Steely Dan Sept. 18; IBMA Wide Open Bluegrass Festival Sept. 27 and 28.

 Roanoke Civic Center … Joe Bonamassa Nov. 8.

 Salem Civic Center … Michael McDonald Oct. 11 (on sale Aug. 5); Merle Haggard Oct. 27; Florida Georgia Line Nov. 22 (on sale Aug. 23).

 Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte … Bruno Mars Aug. 21; Muse Sept. 3; Michael Buble Oct. 26; Selena Gomez Oct. 27; Drake Nov. 2.

 Time Warner Cable Pavilion, Raleigh … Matchbox Twenty/Goo Goo Dolls Aug. 7; Blake Shelton Aug. 9; Backstreet Boys Aug. 20; Miranda Lambert Aug. 24; Allman Brothers Band Aug. 30; Iron Maiden Sept. 3; John Mayer Sept. 5; Maroon 5 Sept. 10; Jason Aldean Sept. 13; Rascal Flatts/The Band Perry Sept. 27.

 Uptown Amphitheatre, Charlotte … Jonas Brothers July 30; Smashmouth Aug. 11; Ke$ha Aug. 15; Steely Dan Sept. 17; Queens of the Stone Age Sept. 19.

 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Charlotte … Vans Warped Tour July 29; Train/Gavin DeGraw July 30; Kenny Chesney Aug. 1; Matchbox Twenty/Goo Goo Dolls Aug. 6; John Mayer Sept. 4; Kid Rock/ZZ Top/Uncle Kracker Sept. 10.

 Ziggy’s, Winston-Salem … Darkstar Orchestra Aug. 15; Blackberry Smoke Sept. 7; Sister Hazel Sept. 27; Donna the Buffalo Dec. 14.


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