Posted on 05 May 2013.
Sunday night’s Concert on the Green with The Dickens Band, which had been schedule to begin at 6pm on the Village Green, has been called off because of rain. Town officials said they’ve been able to reschedule the band for Sunday, May 12.
REMAINING 2013 CONCERTS ON THE GREEN
Concerts are from 6-8pm, on the Village Green, Main Street and Concord Road, Davidson.
May 12 – Dickens Band – Variety – Rescheduled from May 5
May 19 – Rough Draft – R&B Variety
June 2 – Lake Norman Big Band
June 9 – Band of Oz – Beach Variety
June 16 – Pushh – Rock Variety
July 4 – The New Familiars – New Grass
July 7 – Da Throwback Band – 70s Show Band
July 21 – Rusty Knox Band – Americana
Aug 4 – Bobby Umber Band – Jazz Crooner
Aug 18 – Too Far Gone – Country
Sep 1 – Backbeat – Beatles Tribute
Sep 15 – Davidson Symphony & Jazz Ensemble
Posted in Calendar, Downtown & old Davidson
Posted on 02 May 2013.
Davidson Town Day is this Saturday, May 4, from 10am to 7pm, on the Village Green downtown. The day includes an early morning 5K race, a day of fun, food trucks, games and music, and wraps up in the evening with a Concert on the Green – one of two this weekend in Davidson. Read the full story
Posted in Calendar, Downtown & old Davidson, Town Hall
Posted on 19 April 2013.
Downtown Davidson’s 2013 Concerts on the Green season will begin April 21 with a performance by the Davidson College Symphony and Jazz Ensemble. The concert runs 6-8pm, right after the conclusion of the Art on the Green festival. This season’s lineup will include a little something for everyone, from reggae and big band to beach music and a Beatles tribute. See the schedule in THE GUIDE»
Posted in Business, Calendar, Cornelius, Downtown & old Davidson, Huntersville, Mooresville
Posted on 16 September 2012.
Rain got in the way of Sunday night’s final 2012 Concert on the Green featuring the Davidson College Symphony. Organizers called off the concert early Sunday afternoon amid the likelihood of showers and thunderstorms all afternoon and into the evening. Read the full story
Posted in Calendar, Davidson College
Posted on 22 April 2012.
It was a sunny Saturday at Art on the Green in downtown Davidson. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Updated 1:08 p.m.
Hundreds of visitors strolled among artists’ booths under a bright sun at Art on the Green Saturday in downtown Davidson. Four artists won awards at the event, and they’re among the booths not to miss on Day 2 of the festival Sunday. Meanwhile, the rainy weather has brought cancellation of Sunday night’s first Concert on the Green of the season, which was to have been a performance by the Davidson College Symphony and Jazz Ensemble. Read the full story
Posted in Arts, Calendar, Downtown & old Davidson, Photo of the Day
Posted on 01 September 2011.
Welcome September! Nice to have fall lurking just around the corner. In the meantime, Happy Labor Day to each of our readers. Enjoy this three-day weekend with neighborhood picnics and a chance to catch up with the summer travels of friends.
Around Davidson introduces you today to two new faces in town: Robert Alexander and Kelly Nicholson. We also report on a recent honor for Chuck Dillman and give you an inside glimpse on a talented musical group – Sunday Union. In addition we have a little Chair Talk in a Noteworthy Note. Read the full story
Posted in Around Davidson, Cornelius, Downtown & old Davidson, Mooresville
Posted on 08 August 2011.
Tammie and Gerard Thomas danced on the Village Green at Sunday's Concert on the Green with Billy Jones & The Pocket. More photos below. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
We’re always looking for good photos of Davidson, people and events. Send us your photos for consideration at email@example.com. Read the full story
Posted in Downtown & old Davidson, Life in Davidson, Mooresville, Photo of the Day
Posted on 18 July 2011.
To the editor:
I attended the wonderful Concert on the Green event Sunday night. I have enjoyed these for years, although this was my first event in 2011. This is a well attended family event and we are blessed to live in a community where parents are comfortable enough to allow their 4-5-6-7 year olds some freedom to play.
There were groups of children who spent much of the concert time climbing the magnolia tree next to the sidewalk leading from the library parking lot. Great fun to climb – but I was shocked to see the number of tree limbs, branches, and leaves that children ripped off the tree.
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Posted in Downtown & old Davidson, Environment, Letter to the Editor