West Virginia Mountain State Gospel Singers -June Convention
The West Virginia State Gospel Singing Convention strives to preserve the old-time camp meeting and singing traditions with the annual sings held in June, July, and September. The facility is in the farm section of Nicholas County with approximately 30 acres of beautifully kept grounds. It is a place where families can plan for a weekend of camping with good old fashioned fun or just come for a day and enjoy some of the best of Gospel singers from WV and several surrounding states. Tabenacle with inside seating - ALL SINGERS WELCOME- Campground: Tent, camper, motor home or bus....modern restrooms, showers, limited electric (light, fan & amp; ref. only), dump station, food service available during each singing session. No charge for camping (Donations accepted to help with utilities, ground maintenance, and sound equipment) Handicap friendly. Pets on leash. Tour busses welcome. Location: 791 Song Convention Road - Located approximately 2 miles East of the intersection of US-19 and WV-129, South of Summersville, WV.
Capital City Gospel Sing
Join us at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium for one of the greatest gospel concerts of the year! Admission: $18.50/$20.50/$22.50 dependent upon seating.
Summer Kick-Off Concert – Ron Retzer Trio
Kick off Summer with a FREE concert featuring favorite gospel songs performed by the Ron Retzer Trio!
20th Annual Capital City Gospel Sing
20th annual Capital City Gospel Sing. One of the greatest gospel concerts of the year! Municipal Auditorium Downtown Charleston, WV Admission: $23.50, $21.50, $19.50
West Virginia Mountain State Gospel Singers’ Corporation
GOSPEL MUSIC - Tabernacle - Campground: Tent, camper, motor home, bus - Modern restrooms, showers, limited electric (light, fan, and amp; refrigerator) dump station, handicap friendly, pets on leash, food service during sessions. Love offering, donations accepted and used for maintenance, utilities and sound system. Located: about 5 miles south of Summersville, WV, then approximately 2 miles E of the intersection of US-19 and WV-129. Music hours: June 9, 2017 - 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM June 10, 2017 - 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM Sunday Worship June 11, 2017 - 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Gospel sing will take place at 10 a.m. Sunday, October 23 in Robbins Memorial Chapel on the Davis & Elkins College campus. The sing is part of Augusta’s October Old-Time Week, October 16-21, featuring West Virginia musicians. For additional information, visit augustaheritagecenter.org, call 304-637-1209 or email augusta@AugustaHeritageCenter.org.
Gather your family, friends, and neighbors for a wonderful summer evening of outdoor praise and worship. This event is FREE and open to the public and will take place from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Haddad Riverfront Park.
BEAR HILL BLUEGRASS @ PRICKETTS FORT
Come join us for a FREE outdoor concert by Bear Hill Bluegrass who will be preforming gospel music.
Back Roads & BBQ @ the Hamilton Round Barn
The West Augusta Historical Society hosts a monthly concert at the Hamilton Round Barn in Mannington. The feature band is Back Roads. Dinners and snacks available for purchase.
Music in the Mountains Bluegrass Festival
37th Annual Music in the Mountains Bluegrass Festival June 21-June 24, 2017. This is an outdoor festival. A Pavilion is available at the rear of the concert area. Bring your own chairs - Chairs may be set out on a first come first served basis. By mail: Adams Bluegrass, LLC PO Box 98 Dahlonega, GA 30533 e-mail: email@example.com By phone: 706-864-7203 Office 706-265-0655 Cell
Doddridge County Fair
The 43rd Annual 2019 Doddridge County Fair hosted at the beautiful Doddridge County Park along U.S. Route 50. Enjoy our
Daywind Quartet Festival at the Greenbrier
The 2nd Annual Daywind Quartet Festival at The Greenbrier features the best Southern Gospel quartets on the road today. Award winning groups such as Legacy Five, Brian Free & Assurance, Blackwood Brothers, Tribute, Triumphant, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound among others, gather at the historic Greenbrier Resort for 3 days of amazing music, story telling and fellowship. In addition to 4 sessions of performances, you won’t want to miss out on the scrap iron quartet hour, Q&A with the artists, a presentation of Quartet Night Across America and a delicious VIP breakfast with the artists! This is one event you won’t want to miss! This event will be held in the Greenbrier's Colonial Hall ballroom. Following is the schedule: Monday Night: 7-10:30PM Tuesday Morning: 10am-Noon Tuesday Night: 7-10:30PM Wednesday Morning: 10AM-Noon **VIP Breakfast Tuesday Morning: 8:30-9:30AM **Chapel Wednesday Morning: 9-9:30AM