Weirton, WV – The 2022 Summer Concert Series is kicking off on Memorial Day weekend. This will be the 10th season for free community concerts at the Weirton Event Center, and the Top of WV CVB is excited to announce this year’s lineup. The 13-concert series will provide a wide selection of genres with performances of classic covers and original work. On July 1st, The Wheeling Symphony Orchestra will return to the Weirton Event Center for a patriotic concert, kicking off the City of Weirton’s 75th Anniversary weekend. Additional performances are the Vince Villanova Big Band, House of Soul, buck fiddler Hillary Klug, and the Hillbilly Gypsies. The full schedule includes:

5/27/22The Labra Brothers (Latin Funk and Soul)
6/3/22The Dirty Grass Players (“New Grass”)
6/10/22Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers (Bluegrass)
6/17/22Full Circle Band (Southern & Country Rock) | Car Cruze
6/24/22The Joseph Sisters (Country) | Patrick Stanton (Opening) | Car Cruze
7/1/22Wheeling Symphony Orchestra
7/15/22Holly Forbes (Top 10 finalist on The Voice)
7/22/22Vince Villanova Big Band (Jazz, Big Band, and Blues)
7/29/22Hillbilly Gypsies (Bluegrass)
8/5/22The Fantasy’s (Oldies & Hits) | The Russell Sisters (Opening) | Car Cruze
8/12/22Jimmy Lee Hook & The Long Island Sound (Billy Joel, Elton John, and Bruce Springsteen Covers)
8/19/22House of Soul (R&B, Funk, and Soul)
8/26/22Hillary Klug (Buck Dancing Fiddler)

“We have a nice variety of familiar bands and new acts scheduled for this season,” said Executive Director, Rachel Keeney. “Some of our favorite oldies and country groups are returning this year, we’ll have bluegrass musicians that have performed on Mountain Stage, and even a Top 10 finalist from The Voice.”

Mark your calendars for the free concerts held at 3322 East Street on Fridays throughout the summer. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the concerts start at 7 p.m. A rotation of food trucks will be set up each week including Truckin’ Triangles, Giometti’s catering, Lea Lea’s Bakery, and more. Additional events will pop up over the summer, including Juneteenth and the Food Truck Festival. Be sure to follow the Top of WV Facebook page and website for a full schedule of events.


About Top of WV CVB 

Formed in 1995, Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau represents the interests of its membership and encourages tourism, promotes the Arts, and increases economic activity and development to further the general welfare and prosperity of Brooke and Hancock Counties. Top of WV CVB is dedicated to advertising local communities as a destination to the recreation, business meeting, and convention markets. It is an independent non-profit organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

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