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Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays – Shades of Time

An entertaining venue of fun-tastic feel-good variety dance music blended with stylish vocals and harmonies styled by seasoned musician /entertainers. Sponsored by: The City of Wheeling, Warwood Lions Club In case of inclement weather, the above concerts may be held rescheduled or canceled. No smoking. No alcohol. Weather permitting. Warwood Pool will be open 7pm to 9pm on concert nights. Cost is $1.00 for adults and $.50 for children. For additional information, visit Facebook.com/wheelingwv or call the City of Wheeling at 304.234.3838 or 304.234.3617.

Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays – De’Ja’Vu

Catering to a more mature and sophisticated listening audience, the de ja vu band performs the classic sounds of the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's. Insofar as possible, this talented group of musicians and singers seeks to emulate the sound and style of the original artist(s). the result is a super satisfying trip down "memory lane" with music you know and love. With de ja vu's selection of classic oldies, your event will be both memorable and fun. We'll keep your crowd singing and dancing all night long with the tunes everybody knows and loves. Sponsored by: The City of Wheeling, Warwood Lions Club In case of inclement weather, the above concerts may be held rescheduled or canceled. No smoking. No alcohol. Weather permitting. Warwood Pool will be open 7pm to 9pm on concert nights. Cost is $1.00 for adults and $.50 for children. For additional information, visit Facebook.com/wheelingwv or call the City of Wheeling at 304.234.3838 or 304.234.3617.

Mountainfest

This Years Entertainment Lineup Featuring: Hank Williams Jr., George Thorogood & the Destroyers, War, Livewire – AC/DC Tribute, Double Barrel Dixie, Knuckleduster, Guilty Pleasure, Amish Outlaws, and the Davisson Brothers Band.

Live on the Levee with Split Nixon and No Pretty Pictures

Headliner: Split Nixon Formed in the spring of 2002 from Ashland Kentucky, this band of brothers with a thirst for musical success and a strong willingness to blaze the path, Split Nixon began it's journey. Countless rehearsals and studio sessions led to the self titled freshman album completed early in 2004. After it's release, Split Nixon would begin playing numerous regional shows throughout Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. The band quickly gathered a legion of fans in the area and also attracted the attention of many local radio stations. Shortly after, the band signed a management deal with Ameritone Entertainment from Los Angelos, CA This led to national tours with platinum selling acts such as Saliva and Theory of a Deadman. To date, Split Nixon has shared the stage with countless national acts such as the above mentioned, Shinedown, Soil, Hell Yeah, Black Stone Cherry, Seven Mary Three, Hale Storm, Bobaflex, Ra and many many others. Currently, the band just released a second album entitled "unbreakable" which is now available for sale. Check it out and let us know what you think......Split Nixon Rocks!! Opener: No Pretty Pictures Since the beginning, we have wanted to bring an original sound to the table. In a scene replete with bluegrass, Americana, jam bands and singer-songwriters (which are all wonderful genres in and of themselves), we wish to stand out. With influences anywhere from Rush to Thrice to Dave Matthews Band or This Town Needs Guns, CAKE, Minus the Bear, Why?, you name it! We like to touch on as many bases as we can.

Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays – 40+ Band

The group “40 +” is made up of six experienced musicians that have been performing in the area for over three years. Their repertoire covers several genres including Classic Rock, Oldies, Country Rock, Blues, and A cappella. Sponsored by: The City of Wheeling, Warwood Lions Club In case of inclement weather, the above concerts may be held rescheduled or canceled. No smoking. No alcohol. Weather permitting. Warwood Pool will be open 7pm to 9pm on concert nights. Cost is $1.00 for adults and $.50 for children. For additional information, visit Facebook.com/wheelingwv or call the City of Wheeling at 304-234-3838 or 304-234-3617.

Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays – Yankee Grey

The band consist of five seasoned musicians who can perform such music as Classic Country, Today's Country, and a variety of several other styles . "Yankee Gray" enjoys presenting a fun loving performance along with audience participation. Many dance tunes are included in their shows. Sponsored by: The City of Wheeling, Warwood Lions Club featuring a variety of Rock and Country Music. In case of inclement weather, the above concerts may be held rescheduled or canceled. No smoking. No alcohol. Weather permitting. Warwood Pool will be open 7pm to 9pm on concert nights. Cost is $1.00 for adults and $.50 for children. For additional information, visit Facebook.com/wheelingwv or call the City of Wheeling at 304-234-3838 or 304-234-3617.

Buddy Guy

Buddy Guy is one of the most celebrated blues guitarists of his generation. For more than half a century, he has blended the genres of blues and rock and roll like no other performer. His early work at Chess Records where he could be found sitting in with Muddy Waters, and his early gigs in Chicago where he became famous for his fiery guitar work and flashy stage style led him to the pinnacle of the blues ‘n’ rock genre for which he is known. Guy has earned seven Grammy Awards—Best Blues Album (2015), Best Contemporary Blues Album (2010), Best Traditional Blues Album (2003), Best Contemporary Blues Album – or Contemporary Blues Recording (1991, 1993, 1995) and the Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award (2015). He has received the National Medal of the Arts as well as the Kennedy Center Honors and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005 where he was presented with his award by Eric Clapton and B.B. King. It’s no coincidence that Guy counts King among his influences along with T-Bone Walker and Otis “Lightin’ Slim” Hicks but he is also credited with influencing the careers of Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Don’t miss your chance to experience one of Buddy Guy’s legendary live concerts in the intimacy of the Creative Arts Center Clay Theatre!

Spend the Night with Alice Cooper

Rock legend Alice Cooper will perform at Charleston Municipal Auditorium on April 25th at 8 p.m. Tickets are $34.50, $59.50 and $74.50 Tickets can be purchased at Charleston Civic Center ticket office, all Ticketmaster locations, Ticketmaster.com or charge by phone at 800-745-3000.

ZZ Top

See one of America’s best known rock bands live! Come dance along to favorites like “Sharp Dressed Man,” “Gimme All Your Lovin’” “and “Legs.”

Bob Dylan & His Band

Spend the evening with a living legend! Enjoy favorites like “Mr. Tambourine Man,” “Forever Young” and “These Times They Are A-Changin’” when Bob Dylan and His Band take the Clay Center stage.

Ben Folds

This ‘90s favorite is known as one of the world’s foremost rock pianists. See him perform hits from his solo collection and his time with the Ben Folds Five.