The Silver Tones will perform in front of the old courthouse at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 10.
Giving the community the concerts at no cost to celebrate the end of COVID restrictions is the least we can do. We are thrilled to have the concerts back!
— Sam Yoder, Allegro co-founder
Warrenton’s Summer on the Green Concert Series will resume Saturday night, July 10.
After a year off because of the pandemic, the popular outdoor concerts — which started in the early 1980s — will return with the Silver Tones Swing Band at 7 p.m.
The concerts will take place in front of the old courthouse on Main Street, closed to vehicles as part of the Rollout Warrenton campaign.
The Allegro Community School for the Arts continued the Warrenton tradition in 2018, after the Bluemont Concert Series folded. Bluemont, which operated four decades, hosted concerts in Warrenton, Leesburg, Winchester, Luray and other communities.
“Allegro is excited to bring back the summer concert series after a year of concert cancellations in response to the pandemic,” Allegro co-founder Sam Yoder said. “Giving the community the concerts at no cost to celebrate the end of COVID restrictions is the least we can do.
“We are thrilled to have the concerts back!”
Town of Warrenton and the Virginia Commission for the Arts provide funding support for the concerts.
Concert-goers should bring lawn chairs.
The Elizabeth Lawrence Band will perform Saturday, July 17, and Circa Blue will play July 24.
The performer(s) will be determined for the summer’s final concert July 31, Mr. Yoder said.