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Concert: The Trailblazers

Fred G. Bond Metro Park and White Oak Creek Greenway (Greenways, Trails)
The Sertoma Amphitheater in Bond Park. Saturday, September 14th 7:00pm-9pm. The event is free.

Based out of Wilkesboro, NC, The Trailblazers have taken a step back to the roots of bluegrass, Americana, folk, and jazz music. The band has a solid foundation in the music they love, and they"re constantly looking for new ways to make their mark in progressive acoustic music. The Trailblazers make original music and put their own twist on endless classics, and they released their debut album, A Place to Call My Own, in 2016. They are the 2018 IBMA Momentum Band of the Year and have won many prestigious contests, including Merlefest (2017) and the SPBGMA International Band Contest (2018). They also have opened for acclaimed acts such as Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, Blue Highway, and The Kruger Brothers. The Trailblazers are Jonah Horton (mandolin), Daniel Thrailkill (guitar), Will Thrailkill (bass) & Alex Edwards (banjo).

Sertoma was rennovated last year, and it now has wheelchair accessible seating, a paved pathway from the boathouse to the stage, and two new family restrooms at the Kiwanis Shelter. Assistive listening devices will be available at the PineCone information table. Accessible parking is located behind the stage and can be accessed via the greenway, located to the right of the boathouse. Limited parking is available. When possible, please drop off patrons with limited mobility, then park. Map of route to accessible parking and drop-off area

Bring your family, friends, cushions, picnics (no alcohol, please), and join us for our first outdoor concert of 2019!

Wake County Parks and Open Space long term
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