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Free concert in Warrenton features Steve Azar & the King’s Men

Sept. 1 show takes place at Robinson City Park

Published on August 30, 2018 7:14AM

Steve Azar.

Steve Azar.

Courtesy Warrenton Business Association

WARRENTON — The Warrenton Business Association and the City of Warrenton proudly present the third annual Free Concert in the Park, 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1. Gates open at 2 p.m.

This year the WBA hosts Steve Azar & the King’s Men. The concert will take place at Robinson City Park behind City Hall in Warrenton.

Special guest Cherish, a local talent just back from Nashville after recording her first single, kicks off the show.

Azar, is known for his chart-busting hits, including ‘I Don’t Have to Be Me (’til Monday),” ‘Waiting on Joe” and “Sunshine.” With his new album, “Down at the Liquor Store,” recorded with the participation of the King’s Men — a group of musicians that have backed BB King, Elvis Presley and other “kings,” Steve will present some of the best music the country has to offer.

The WBA summer concerts have grown in popularity and mark the official end of summer. Join us for a great afternoon of music and community!

The Warrenton Business Association is a panel of nine members appointed by the City Commission. The association promotes and supports businesses in Warrenton.


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