We are excited to be able to welcome you back to the hillside at BRMC for a revised and shortened concert season in August. We also look forward to the opening of the Blue Ridge Music Center Visitor Center & Gift Shop and the resumption of our Midday Mountain Music programs sometime in late July. Please know that our first priority is the safety of our patrons, visiting musicians, volunteers, and staff. We are taking several precautions during our concerts and Midday Mountain Music Performances to make these experiences as safe as possible.
2021 Concert Schedule. All Concert at 7:00 pm.
- June 5 – Scythian with Spencer Branch (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- June 12 – Symphony Unbound Presents Hank Pattie & the Current with the WSS String Quartet (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- June 19 – Amythyst Kiah with Aaron Burdett (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- June 26 – Mipso with Shay Martin Lovette (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- July 3 – The Malpass Brothers with Redd Volkaert (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- July 10 – Steep Canyon Rangers with Lakota John (Adults $40, $20 for children 12 & younger)
- July 17 – Sierra Ferrell with Dori Freeman (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- July 24 – Becky Buller Bluegrass Band with Laurelyn Dossett (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- July 31 – Tui with The Dedicated Men of Zion (Adults $20; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- August 7 – Chatham Rabbits with Kate Rhudy (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- August 21 – Tuba Skinny (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- August 28 – Joe Troop (of Che Apalache) & Friends with Tray Wellington Band (Adults $25; Children 12 & younger admitted free)
- September 4 – Jeff Little Trio with Wayne Henderson & Herb Key (Adults $20; Children 12 and younger admitted free of charge)
New safety guidelines for those who plan to attend concerts and Midday Mountain Music performances at The Blue Ridge Music Center
The Blue Ridge Music Center will be following all State of Virginia Dept. of Public Health and Center for Disease Control (CDC) Covid Safety Guidelines including Capacity Restrictions/Limits for outdoor concert venues. Individual ticket sales will be limited based on these Guidelines, so it’s recommended that you purchase your ticket early.
The pandemic is not over yet, and so Covid-19 guidelines are still in place. We are taking these precautions during our concerts to make the experience as safe as possible.
We ask that everyone attending a concert follows our guidelines. We are all in this together and depend on each other to stay healthy and safe during these times.
- Maintain proper social distance between groups throughout the evening:
- While standing in line
- When choosing where to sit in the amphitheater
- When in high-flow areas (such as the bridge between the concert area and restrooms), it can be difficult to maintain proper social distance. To protect your fellow concert-goers, please wear a mask in these areas and avoid getting too close to others.
- Please be patient—some of the changes of flow and procedure could mean that it takes longer to get your wristband. We suggest arriving early so there is plenty of time.
- Stay at home if you have a fever, any symptoms of Covid-19 such as a cough, aches and pains, loss of smell or taste, difficulty breathing, etc., or if you are sneezing and coughing.
Thank you! We’ll see you at the concert.