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Fun in the sun at Carnegie Hall

Summer brings all sorts of outdoor entertainment; block parties, festivals, concerts, and so much more. Everyone loves to go out to dance, laugh and party in the sunshine, and the opportunity to do just that is back with Carnegie Hall’s Ivy Terrace series.

Held on the Carnegie lawn in Lewisburg, musicians and bands put on a great show for anyone and everyone. The music varies in genre and style; the musicians are sometimes local and sometimes visiting. In fact, the only thing audiences can count on is that the music will be great. Otherwise, it’s always something different.

This unique experience allows attendees to spread out on the lawn with friends and family or enjoy the fun under the shade of the ginkgo tree. Kids are free to laugh and play, and adults can chat and mingle without interrupting the show. This concert series is also completely free and open to any member of the community who happens by.

Through July and August, Carnegie Hall’s Ivy Terrace series will host The West Virginia Jazz Orchestra, the rhythm and blues group John Ellison and the Carpenter Ants and The Spanglers, a group that takes inspiration from every type of music you can imagine. The different styles and sounds these three groups offer a guarantee that each concert will be its own unique experience for audiences to enjoy. To learn more about the bands appearing this season or see what else is coming up, visit carnegiehallwv.org.

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