Join us at the A-Frame for the 2019 Summer Music Series, featuring local and national acts, as well as many activities for the whole family. All events are free and open to the public. Please stay tuned for future details and updates!
5/25 – Rae Fitzgerald
6/1 – The Burney Sisters
6/8 – Shaun Munday
6/14 – Sissy Paycheck & Fumes
6/22 – The Ridgerunners
6/29 – Jack Grelle
7/6 – Adam Remnant of Southeast Engine
8/3 – Founder’s Brewing Co. Tap Takeover with Live Music by Molly Healey
8/24 – Bike MO & Bell’s Brewery Tap Takeover with Live Music by The Burney Sisters
8/31 – Loose Loose
9/14 – It’s Me: Ross & Cowgirl Jordy with Left Hand Brewing Tap Takeover
9/28 – Noah Earle with Callie Brinkman
10/5-6 – Crush Festival with Trout Steak Revival
10/12 – Lucas Oswald with Boulevard Brewing Co. Tap Takeover
Let’s celebrate Dad Sunday, June 16 at the A-Frame. Joining in on the fun are Logboat Brewing Co. with a tap takeover and Hitt Records with a DJ set and vinyl sale. Enjoy BBQ and a bounce house for the kids!
Join us for an evening with The Ridgerunners! This show is free admission and will begin at 7:30 pm on Saturday, June 22. Enjoy the sunset as these beloved local country folk rockers deliver a solid good time.
This four piece brings an impressive and diverse array of experience to their collective sound. Comprised of members of bands such as The Royal Furs, Paul Weber and the Scrappers, The Cotton Mollies, Ok Samaritan, and Timothy Conal Carey, their original songs meld sounds of traditional country and rock, while their lyrics seamlessly combine darkness and humor. Their energetic live performance blends foot-stomping ruckus and sweet vocal harmonies.
Join us for an evening with Jack Grelle! This show is free admission and will begin at 7:30 pm on Saturday, June 29. Jack Grelle is an internationally touring artist who has garnered praise from publications such as Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, No Depression, and more.
Jack Grelle is a strong, idealistic songwriter from St. Louis, Missouri. Combining the styles of folk, traditional country, honky tonk, and rock and roll, Grelle is able to capture the themes and tones of our country’s past and present struggles and triumphs. Grelle’s willingness to move among genres is a testament to the urgency and restlessness of his artistry. This rambling spirit has brought his songs to over fifteen countries and three continents.