Throughout the summer months, the Valle Crucis Community Park will be presenting the High Country with the Music in the Valle concert series. Every Friday night, starting at 7 p.m., a different band will be setting up in the park to provide the audience with beautiful music during a relaxing, summer evening.
Admission to these concerts is free, but donations are requested — $5 per individual and $10 per family. These donations are what allow the Valle Crucis Community Park to provide live entertainment and other events for the community throughout various seasons.
You can purchase a Bucket List pass, which allows you to make one single donation instead of having to make a donation at each concert. These Bucket List passes are $140 per family and $70 per individual. Your donations are greatly appreciated and important both to the Valle Crucis Community Park and to the community in general.
Seating at the park is not provided, so it is suggested you bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Most people bring lawn chairs to set up around the bands, and this allows for great seating all over the park. There isn’t a bad seat in the house at the Community Park for the Music in the Valle concert series!
The Music in the Valle concert series offers a variety of different musical talents ranging from Alexa Rose, a folk-esque songwriter, to the Lucky Strikes Orchestra, a jazz band for the ages, to the renowned Carolina Ramble Review! Out of all of the summer concert series throughout the High Country, the Music in the Valle is one of the many that you don’t want to miss out on. It provides beautiful, live entertainment as the sun sets and the summertime evening falls, offering not only stunning sights and sounds but memories with your family, friends and neighbors, as well.
Below is the schedule for the Music in the Valle Concert Series through August:
June 16: Alexa Rose, sponsored by the Watauga High School Class of 1987