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THANKS FOR COMING TO FESTIVALL! We'll see you at FestivALL Fall

A huge thanks to everyone who attended any part of FestivALL Charleston 2015! Special thanks to the organizers and producers of the individual events, the FestivALL board and committee members, all the sponsors, supporters and Friends of FestivALL, the hundreds of volunteers and The Mayor and all the City of Charleston workers without whom FestivALL could not exist.

We hope you'll join us October 23-25 for FestivALL Fall when a season becomes a work of art. Here is what you can look forward to:

The Beach Boys - Celebrating 50 Years of Fun, Fun, Fun

THE BEACH BOYS WILL BE HAVING “FUN, FUN, FUN” AT CHARLESTON MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM ON JUNE 29TH  

The Beach Boys have been sending out good vibrations to multiple generations of fans the world over for more than 50 years, selling over 100 million albums and becoming one of the most influential rock and pop acts to ever take the stage.  

Festiv-ALT presented by Bud Light

This FestivALL Main Event, Festiv-ALTis free this year and moves to the Schoenbaum Stage at Haddad Riverfront Park. It features Virginia Appalachian roots quartet The Steel Wheels and Oklahoma native Parker Millsap, a 2014 nominee for the Americana Music Association's Emerging Artist of the Year.

Calvary Baptist Church presents Randall Thompson's "The Testament of Freedom"

Choristers from several churches will present a patriotic concert with full, combined choir and orchestra. In addition to Thompson’s enthralling four-movement work, Barry Skeenes, Music Director, will conduct other musical pieces commemorating our country’s independence. The Testament of Freedom is based on the pen of Thomas Jefferson. 

The concert is free to the public and tickets are not required. 

Location: Calvary Baptist Church

University of Charleston Stage Sunday

University of Charleston Stage (schedule subject to change until confirmed in May)

As you browse the Capitol Street Art Fair, enjoy music and dance by local and regional talent.                     

11am  wilbur by the sea

University of Charleston Stage Saturday

University of Charleston Stage (schedule subject to change until confirmed in May)

As you browse the Capitol Street Art Fair, enjoy music and dance by local and regional talent.                     

11am  Dina Hornbaker

City National Bank Stage Sunday

City National Bank Stage (Schedule subject to change until confirmed in May).

As you browse the Capitol Street Art Fair, enjoy variety entertainment and music on this street stage in front of Taylor Books.

11am    Rus Reppert

12pm    Spencer Elliott, solo guitar

1pm      Belly Dance

City National Bank Stage Saturday

City National Bank Stage (Schedule subject to change until confirmed in May).

As you browse the Capitol Street Art Fair enjoy variety entertainment and music on this street stage in front of Taylor Books.

11am    Alanna Fugate

12pm    Belly Dance

nTelos Wireless Children’s Stage Sunday

nTelos Wireless Children’s Stage Sunday (Order subject to changes until confirmed in May).

As you take in the Children's Art Fair in front of the downtown branch of the Kanawha County Public Library, enjoy music and variety entertainment for the whole family. Shows last approximately 45 minutes.

Music and Variety entertainment for the whole family

nTelos Wireless Children’s Stage Saturday

nTelos Wireless Children’s Stage Saturday (Order subject to changes until confirmed in May)

As you take in the Children's Art Fair and Kanawha County Public Library Street Fair in front of the downtown branch, enjoy music and variety entertainment for the whole family. Shows last approximately 45 minutes.

10am    Katzendrummerz, Play drums! Have fun! (Ammed Solomon, Mark Davis)

11am    Mutts Gone Nuts, A dog act any cat can dig!

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