Free concert series returns to downtown Hendersonville

Press release from Henderson County Tourism Development Authority:

Monday Night Live!, the four-week concert series, is returning to historic downtown Hendersonville in June. The concerts will be held every Monday evening from June 4 through June 25 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.  The event is hosted by the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority at the Visitor Center at 201 South Main Street. Admission is free to the public.

This year’s lineup (see left) for Monday Night Live! offers an eclectic range of music—from blues and jazz, to rock and soul, to folk and country. Concert-goers are welcome to bring a chair and chill out in the glow of a mountain evening.

NOTICES FOR CONCERT-GOERS:  Admission is free. Attendees are encouraged to bring a chair. Concessions are available for sale. The audience seating area opens after 5:30 p.m.; early admission is prohibited. Visitors should leave pets at home because city ordinances prohibit animals in the event area. No alcoholic beverages, backpacks or coolers are allowed. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be postponed until 8:00 p.m.; if the weather does not improve by that time, the performance will be cancelled.

For additional information, a concert schedule or lodging and travel information, call the Visitor Center at 828-693-9708 or online at

Monday Night Live is an event of the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority. Corporate sponsors are Burger King, Firehouse Subs, Mast General Store and Kathy Watkins at Preferred Realty.

Concert Schedule

June 4: Virginia & The Slims (jump blues and swing)

June 11: Daniel Sage & Friends (local musician showcase – rock & soul)

June 18: Hope Griffin Band (Folk/Americana singer-songwriter)

June 25: Dog Whistle (classic country)

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