The Weldon Auditorium, the Clarendon County Chamber of Commerce along with Clarendon County and the City of Manning have teamed up to bring you “Makin’ Music at the Gazebo.”
The Vision Band kicks off “Makin’ Music at the Gazebo” this Saturday, May 26, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the gazebo on Keitt Street next to the Clarendon County Judicial Center.
The Vision Band will perform a wide array of music from jazz to beach, rock, country, disco and swing.
“Carolina Girls,” Margaritaville,” Twisting the Night Away,” “Take It Back,” and “Could I Have This Dance” are just a few of the great songs the band performs.
Go to www.thevisionband.com for a sampling of the band’s music.
With play dates all over the southeast, every member of The Vision Band brings his or her own unique personality to the stage.
So, dust off those dancing shoes, grab the folding chairs and blankets and head to the gazebo for a great evening of music and fun with your friends and neighbors.
The music is free. Food and beverages will be on sale during the event.
Don’t forget to mark June 9 and July 4 on your calendar for more “Makin’ Music at the Gazebo” events.
On June 9, say hello to The Catalinas, and on July 4, Drive Train will bring their unique sound to the gazebo.
All three concerts are free.
Don’t be late!