Summer is officially underway and what better way to celebrate summer than with the second annual Summer Sounds concert series at the Cape Fear Farmer’s Market this Thursday from 6 until 9 p.m. The band for the evening will be Spare Change is presented by the Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, Cape Fear Valley-Bladen Healthcare, and platinum, gold, silver and bronze sponsors.
Admission to the concert is free and food and drinks are available for purchase. Food will be available for purchase from Cape Fear Chicken and Barbecue who is also a silver sponsor for the event; Lu Mil Vineyard, another silver sponsor, will be on hand offering Muscadine wine and Muscadine slushies; and Sunset Slush of Bladen County will also be on hand offering tasty treats.
Don’t forget your Summer Sounds concert T-shirts! They can be purchased for $10 at the Cape Fear Valley-Bladen Healthcare tent.
The band, Spare Change, is based out of LaGrange and was started in 2002 by a group of friends. They band plays a variety of rock, country, beach, funk, rap and classic rock. They play a variety of instruments including the mandolin and the violin.
The band is made up of members Jordan Rouse of Mount Olive who performs lead and background vocals as well as plays the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, and mandolin; Veronica Welch of Jacksonville who sings lead and background vocals; Matt Bell of Greenville who plays the electric violin as well as singing lead and background vocals; Jeff Morris of LaGrange who plays drums; Tony Natalizio of Burlington who plays lead guitar, acoustic guitar and sings lead and background vocals; and Chris Morden of New Bern who plays bass guitar and sings lead and background vocals.
So bring your dancing shoes, bring your family or bring a friend, and come out and enjoy a fun time at the Cape Fear Farmer’s Market located at 106 Martin Luther King Drive in Elizabethtown.