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Groovin’ in the Park Waterfront Concert

September 26 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Area keyboardist and vocalist (Julius) Ray  Pittman will treat the audience to a hit-filled walk through rock n’ roll history this Saturday Sept 26th at the Deltaville Maritime Museum’s Groovin’ in the Park casual, outdoor concert series. Ray is bringing 2 bands and 7 musicians along for the glorious ride. He will open at 5:30 with renowned Saxophonist John Stanley and drummer Tim Moore, and bring on the “Sons of Bach” around 6:30. The Deltaville Maritime Museum is located at 287 Jackson Creek Road in Deltaville.

Ray will play Motown hits, including Stevie Wonders “Fingertips” in the opening session  and move to rock n roll featuring the Rolling Stones, Tom Petty and the Beatles when the Sons of Bach take the stage. The “Sons of Back are: Julius Ray Pittman- keyboards, Marion Hodges- guitar, Richard Cowles- bass and Chris Link-drums.

John Stanley will sit in with the “Sons”.

I have been following Ray since his days of playing to packed houses in Fire Departments and Community buildings all through the Northern Neck and I can tell you from experience, Ray always brings his best to the stage. He knows how to get folks dancing and having fun!

Don’t miss Ray and the bands playing “The rock of their lives” this Saturday.

Following the Phase III restrictions, and, to limit cash handling, the event will be an all ticket or online purchase entry and purchase system. You must have a ticket and a mask to enter. Separate food, drink, and concert tickets, if still available, will also be sold at the event with the cashiers near the Tea House..

All  “Groovin” tickets will be honored at this event

The 5:30-8pm concert will be held at the Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park’s Waterfront Stage area Saturday Sept 26th. Gates will open at 4:30 pm.

Groovin in the Park 2020 is Deltaville Maritime Museum’s casual, “bring your own lawn chair and picnic” outdoor music series. What could be a better fit into your enjoyment of this last scheduled Groovin’ concert of the season but to gather your friends and family after you’ve  finished  your daytime activities, load your lawn chairs, and come on out to the Waterfront Park for the season ending Groovin’ concert. On our waterfront overlooking beautiful Mill Creek Saturday evening. Some chairs are available if you can’t bring yours.

Advance tickets are $10/pp and available at the Museum office, during open hours and at Nauti-Nell’s in Deltaville. Tickets at the door are $15 per person. Children under 12 are free.

Again, Groovin’ will happen, rain or shine.

Due to virus concerns we will limit tickets to all shows this year. This may cause sellouts. Check the website. Tickets may only be purchased online, at Nauti-nell’s in Deltaville,  or by calling the Museum office. Unless there is a sellout you will be able to get tickets at the door from the cashiers at the Tea House. You may still purchase online using your Smartphone and showing your receipt at the gate.  You will be required to have a ticket, or online receipt, and a mask to enter. We will not force anyone to wear the mask but will require everyone to have one.  Spacing lines will be marked on the concert grounds  and we strongly suggest you bring your own lawn chairs.

There is plenty of parking in our spacious lots and concert goers are encouraged to drive through and drop off their passengers and gear before parking.

Please watch this paper or our website for any changes. We will follow all Virginia Covid  Regulation changes as they occur.

Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park is located in Deltaville, VA. at 287 Jackson Creek Road, and by water  on Mill Creek .. To get to the Museum and Park, follow Route 33 through Deltaville and turn right across from the Citgo Station. Boat and maritime equipment donations are welcome.

To find out more about the Museum, its offerings, open hours, events schedule, event tickets,  become a member, donate or volunteer, visit the website at www.deltavillemuseum.com , or Google “Deltaville Maritime Museum”. You may also e-mail the Museum office at:office@deltavillemuseum.com or, write to Box 466, Deltaville, VA or call the office at 804- 776-7200.

 

Organizer

Deltaville Maritime Museum

Call: (804) 776-7200 or Email: office@deltavillemuseum.com

Groovin’ in the Park Waterfront Concert

September 26 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Deltaville Maritime Museum , 287 Jackson Creek Road Deltaville, VA

Area keyboardist and vocalist (Julius) Ray  Pittman will treat the audience to a hit-filled walk through rock n’ roll history this Saturday Sept 26th at the Deltaville Maritime Museum’s Groovin’ in the Park casual, outdoor concert series. Ray is bringing 2 bands and 7 musicians along for the glorious ride. He will open at 5:30 with renowned Saxophonist John Stanley and drummer Tim Moore, and bring on the “Sons of Bach” around 6:30. The Deltaville Maritime Museum is located at 287 Jackson Creek Road in Deltaville.

Ray will play Motown hits, including Stevie Wonders “Fingertips” in the opening session  and move to rock n roll featuring the Rolling Stones, Tom Petty and the Beatles when the Sons of Bach take the stage. The “Sons of Back are: Julius Ray Pittman- keyboards, Marion Hodges- guitar, Richard Cowles- bass and Chris Link-drums.

John Stanley will sit in with the “Sons”.

I have been following Ray since his days of playing to packed houses in Fire Departments and Community buildings all through the Northern Neck and I can tell you from experience, Ray always brings his best to the stage. He knows how to get folks dancing and having fun!

Don’t miss Ray and the bands playing “The rock of their lives” this Saturday.

Following the Phase III restrictions, and, to limit cash handling, the event will be an all ticket or online purchase entry and purchase system. You must have a ticket and a mask to enter. Separate food, drink, and concert tickets, if still available, will also be sold at the event with the cashiers near the Tea House..

All  “Groovin” tickets will be honored at this event

The 5:30-8pm concert will be held at the Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park’s Waterfront Stage area Saturday Sept 26th. Gates will open at 4:30 pm.

Groovin in the Park 2020 is Deltaville Maritime Museum’s casual, “bring your own lawn chair and picnic” outdoor music series. What could be a better fit into your enjoyment of this last scheduled Groovin’ concert of the season but to gather your friends and family after you’ve  finished  your daytime activities, load your lawn chairs, and come on out to the Waterfront Park for the season ending Groovin’ concert. On our waterfront overlooking beautiful Mill Creek Saturday evening. Some chairs are available if you can’t bring yours.

Advance tickets are $10/pp and available at the Museum office, during open hours and at Nauti-Nell’s in Deltaville. Tickets at the door are $15 per person. Children under 12 are free.

Again, Groovin’ will happen, rain or shine.

Due to virus concerns we will limit tickets to all shows this year. This may cause sellouts. Check the website. Tickets may only be purchased online, at Nauti-nell’s in Deltaville,  or by calling the Museum office. Unless there is a sellout you will be able to get tickets at the door from the cashiers at the Tea House. You may still purchase online using your Smartphone and showing your receipt at the gate.  You will be required to have a ticket, or online receipt, and a mask to enter. We will not force anyone to wear the mask but will require everyone to have one.  Spacing lines will be marked on the concert grounds  and we strongly suggest you bring your own lawn chairs.

There is plenty of parking in our spacious lots and concert goers are encouraged to drive through and drop off their passengers and gear before parking.

Please watch this paper or our website for any changes. We will follow all Virginia Covid  Regulation changes as they occur.

Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park is located in Deltaville, VA. at 287 Jackson Creek Road, and by water  on Mill Creek .. To get to the Museum and Park, follow Route 33 through Deltaville and turn right across from the Citgo Station. Boat and maritime equipment donations are welcome.

To find out more about the Museum, its offerings, open hours, events schedule, event tickets,  become a member, donate or volunteer, visit the website at www.deltavillemuseum.com , or Google “Deltaville Maritime Museum”. You may also e-mail the Museum office at:office@deltavillemuseum.com or, write to Box 466, Deltaville, VA or call the office at 804- 776-7200.

 

Organizer

Deltaville Maritime Museum

Call: (804) 776-7200 or Email: office@deltavillemuseum.com

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