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The Grove-Drive In Concert
May 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$15 – $20
The Station and The Grove WV team up to present the Drive-In Concert Series. The shows will be held at The Station’s parking lot in Fayetteville, WV. Each ticket holder will be designated a parking spot that adheres to social distancing guidelines set by the state of WV. Ticket holders will be given a link with their purchase that will connect them with the live streamed audio. Plug your mobile device into your car stereo for the audio, and watch all the action from the stage. Big thanks to the Visit Fayetteville, WV for their help!
Minimum of two ticket holders per car. Kids 12 and under free.
Please purchase all tickets under one transaction if possible.
Due to parking restraints, no cars are allowed to leave the lot until the show is over.
The Company Stores are a modern rock band from Charleston, WV. Their 2017 sophomore album, Little Lights, recorded at Echo Mountain Studio with Grammy winning producer Julian Dreyer, has been getting phenomenal reviews, and is being spun all over the U.S. and Canada. Described by Skope Magazine as being led by “Soulful, sultry vocals, a funky horn section, and a gritty backbeat”, the band “links Appalachian folk influences with a progressive, electronic sound that isn’t afraid to break boundaries” and “explores the vastness of rock and all it has to offer.”
Groundhog Gravy were lucky enough to cross paths in Fayetteville, West Virginia. It was due to the white-water this particular Appalachian area provides, these musicians were brought together. This “white-water capital of the world” allowed one passion in each member’s life to lead to another passion – music. What had started off as acoustic, beatnik, grass-funkin’ on the front porch of the “Bungahole” (guide camp), has evolved into an electric, groove filled, rock and roll band with deep funk fusion, blues roots, and a splash of dub that blend together in a way that astonishes listeners. One cannot help but tap their feet, sway their shoulders, bob their head and let themselves dissolve into the music.
Please abide by all West Virginia state open container and alcohol laws and regulations.