Valdese, NC- Valdese will feature the talents of Fracxured on the Family Friday Nights Summer Concert Stage on the Old Rock School field beginning at 7:00pm.
FracXured is a high-energy party band founded in 2000 by Orthopaedic Surgeon Jeff Keverline (lead vocals and piano-organ-synthesizer), along with accomplished Bassist Brian Smith, Guitarists Richard Poarch and Jim Carrier, and Drummer Masten Cloer. Their musical styles are widespread, including influences from 80’s Rock and Roll, Southern Rock, and bands from today. They enjoy intricate vocal harmonies and complex guitar riffs to keep the room hopping!
“We are excited to continue the summer concert series with FracXured, who are sure to become the next local favorite,” states Morrissa Angi the Director of Community Affairs & Tourism for the Town of Valdese. “The concert season has kicked off the summer with enormous crowds and has brought our love of music back to downtown Valdese,” Angi continues. The summer concert series will continue throughout the summer with special events for the Valdese famous Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks show on July 2nd with performances by Southside Station and the 46th Annual Waldensian Festival on August 13th & 14th. The full event lineup for Valdese can be found online at visitvaldese.com.
Concessions will be for sale during the concert and a 50/50 raffle will be offered sponsored by Valdese First Baptist Church.
For further information, go to visitvaldese.com or call 828-879-2129.