Kick it with the Reagan Years and throw it back to the best of the 80’s at the Capitol Theater’s 2nd Annual Backlot Blast!! This is a 21+ event! The cost of the event is $25 per person and food and beer will be available for purchase. Due to COVID-19 masks must be worn when not eating or drinking. Tickets will be sold in advance only! For more information call the box office at 717-263-0202 or check out the event on Facebook. It’s going to be a totally rad time!
Friday, July 10th 6PM – 11PM kicks off the season’s first Open Mic Night at Hot Java! Visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/612943279569268/?active_tab=about
Join Brussels Cafe & friends as they celebrate being “Back in the Green” with a fun filled block party during July’s 1st Friday on July 3rd! Enjoy guest vendor Lake House Distilling Co. from Waynesboro along with live music, skate live demo, food, drinks and lots of fun! The event is being held at the side ally and back parking lot by Brussel’s Cafe. More vendors to be confirmed soon! Follow the event on Facebook for more updates and details as we near the event date. https://www.facebook.com/events/295328745188706/
Destination Arts and Gallery 50 are re-opening Friday, June 19th. Destination Arts’s mission is to connect community through the arts. You can follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AAGWboro/ for updates on upcoming events and information pertaining to COVID and measure taken to ensure public health safety.
Live Music Friday is a FREE event and returns on Friday, June 19th from 5:30PM – 8:00PM, hosted by the Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro/Destination ARTS, Mainstreet Waynesboro Inc. and Music Makers! This week Henri Verdel & Dancin’ Dave Dishneau are the featured musicians for the event held at 46 W. Main Street in Waynesboro. Health and safety measures will be in place to protect the community. For information on the safety practices in place visit: artsalliancegw.org and keep up with more upcoming live music events by following Music Makers at www.facebook.com/musicmakerswboro