International musical trio Pericopes +1 will be at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St. Doors open 7pm, music 7:30-9:30pm. The trio’s balance of improvisation and composition blends elements of post-rock, avant garde, European/American folk music, Afro-American and other ethnic music styles. BYOB. Donations collected at the door.
Join the Rock Hill Business and Community Association for the 3rd annual outdoor Rock Hill Summer Concert Series, held every Wednesday evening for the months of July and August from 6:30pm-8:30pm at 223 Rock Hill Drive (location for the Rock Hill Farmers’ Market). Free. Bring chairs or blankets. www.facebook.com/RockHillSummerConcertSeries.
Concert on the Main Street Events Stage, 4-8pm Featuring: JANTURAN; Thurman Barker Quartet w/ Noah Barker, keyboards; Harvey Kaiser, saxophone; Allen Murphy, bass; and Thurman Barker, drums; Noelle Tannen; Noah Barker Quartet featuring Matt Hoffmann, vibes with Dean Torrey, bass; Aaron Seeber, drums. Tickets $10 per person. Bring a chair.
Professor Louie & The Cromatix to be featured performance at “Late Night Ramble 2015” hosted by The Cooperage Project, doors open 9pm, show at 10pm. Takes place after the 10th annual Roots and Rhythm Music & Arts Festival. Donations collected at the door. Cash bar, please do not BYOB.
The band Coast To Coast, and comic Marvin Bell at Cove Haven, 8:30pm. Free.
Music by Byrd Pressley Band, and comic Joe DeVito at Cove Haven, 8:30pm. Free.
The Woodsongs Coffeehouse presents live acoustic bluegrass with Joe Walsh and Grant Gordy at the Sullivan County Museum. Opening act is Little Sparrow. Cost: $10. 845/434-8044.
"With a Song in My Heart" is coming to Central Park, 7:30pm. Betsy Black will lead the Wayne Choralaires in a joyous program, to include Broadway favorites; traditional tunes and religious songs; a fun, rousing medley from “Sister Act”; and stirring patriotic tunes, as we approach July 4th. Free or donation.
"With a Song in My Heart" at Queen of Peace Church, 6pm. Betsy Black will lead the Wayne Choralaires in a joyous program, to include Broadway favorites; traditional tunes and religious songs; a fun, rousing medley from “Sister Act”; and stirring patriotic tunes, as we approach July 4th. Free or donation.
Live music & BBQ at the NVM Museum featuring Mike and Annie Baglione plus special guest Chip Murray, 5:30pm. Admission is $7 general admission, $5 for museum members.