Aberdeen’s Sunday Exchange Concert Series joins the ranks with Southern Pines First Friday and Pinehurst’s Live After Five Concert Series.  The Town of Aberdeen and the Rooster’s Wife have joined forces to support the creative economy with an outdoor listening experience for the community. The concert series started in June and ends in August for the summer of ’17.  Ranky Tanky from Charleston kicked off the the series, and over 400 community members were in attendance.  I Draw Slow, a band originally from Dublin that incorporates components of bluegrass and Celtic music, will be performing on July 9th.  To close the season, the Paul Thorn Band, a singer-songwriter who specializes in Americana and “roots-rock” music will perform on August, 13th.

Concert goers can purchase food and beverages from local favorites such as, One Nine Drive, The Market Place, The Goodie Jar, Southern Pines Brewing Company, and Swank Coffee Shoppe.

The Sunday Exchange events are free to the public.  Please bring a chair or blanket.  The venue is next to the Artists’ League at 129 Exchange Place in downtown Aberdeen, and all shows start at 6:46 pm. The rain location will be held at Poplar Knight Spot in Aberdeen; however, it is limited seating and capacity.

The Sunday Exchange’s mission is “building community through exchange of the arts, ideas and outreach.”


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