March 28, 2023
Annapolis, US 44 F

Saturday Night Concert Series at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre

Waugh Chapel Towne CentreWaugh Chapel Towne Centre is hosting its annual Free Saturday Night Summer Concert Series all summer long! The outdoor series is running every Saturday through August 27 and features talent from a wide range of musical genres. Each concert starts at 7:00 p.m. on South Main Chapel Way.

                                6/18: Sly 45

                                A tribute to the swagger, style, and freshness of the early days of jazz and blues.

                                6/25: A Classic Case

                                Classic rock n’ roll band.

                                7/2: Speakers of the House 

                                Mash-up of All Mighty Senators and Junkyard Saints; playing old-school funk, boogaloo and rock.

                                7/9: The LP’s

                                Performing rock n’ roll classics and contemporary hits.

                                7/16: Community Groove

                                Funky groove music played by some of the area’s most talented musicians.

                                7/23: Texas Chainsaw Horns

                                Almost a dozen musicians drawing on a wide variety of influences.

                                7/30: Moonshine Society

                                Delivering rock roots, blues and old-school R&B.

                                8/6: Patrick Alban and Noche Latina

                                A combination of Latin and acoustic rock, with a touch of salsa and a South Beach feel.

                                8/13: Trademark

                                Performing classic rock favorites and country hits, from the 60’s through today.

                                8/20: Foreplay

                                Classic rock and the blues, featuring powerful vocals, multi-part harmonies and ripping guitar riffs.

                                8/27: D’Vibe and Conga

                                Island sounds, rock classics, and reggae.


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