5th Street Stone Soul Celebration & Concert
Saturday, August 8, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
The 5th Street Stone Soul Celebration & Concert features a day full of outdoor fun at the city parking lot on the corner of 5th and Polk Streets (with Polk Street closed for the day) off of the historic 5th street in Lynchburg VA. This festival with a purpose benefits both the Legacy Museum of African American Culture and the many charities benefitting from Old Dominion Elks Lodge #181. The event includes a host of ethnic food, merchandise and arts & craft vendors, in addition to plenty of live music performed on the main stage from gospel, R & B, dance to Hip Hop. Hosted by Lynchburg native and premier Richmond VA Disc Jockey Sir RJ the concert features Gospel from Tom Cook & Co., R&B Duet/national recording artist Epic 92. local R&B band Ebony Blue Band, R&B Songstress/national recording artist Shae Williams. The event's main feature is Platinum Selling national recording artist Rob Base "It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Right"!
Adult beverages will be available for purchase! Must present proper government issued ID (indicating 21 years or older) to purchase adult beverages.
Vendor space is currently available contact 434 847 0597.
The 5th Street Stone Soul Celebration and Concert is brought to you by the Legacy Museum, Old Dominion Lodge #181, the City of Lynchburg and Blue Ridge Beverage!
Must present valid paper ticket or e-ticket for entry. This is a rain/shine event with no refunds possible.