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- $10 for two general-admission tickets to one vineyard concert (up to a $20 value)
- When: Saturdays at 6 p.m.
- Where: Kreutz Creek Vineyards
- Door time: 5:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to see all available concerts.
- Picnics, lawn chairs, and well-behaved dogs are welcome—click here for full event and lineup details.
Evening Concert Series
Born Sisters perform "Smarter"
Alfie Moss (June 29)
For three decades, vocalist Moss has been weaving touches of soul, R&B, and Caribbean music into her jazz performances, delivered in a low, mahogany-smooth alto.
Best Kept Secret (July 13)
The five members of Best Kept Secret don't really have anything esoteric on their minds. Their goal is pure entertainment, compelling crowds to dance with a huge songbook of eclectic hits from artists including No Doubt, Tears for Fears, and Elton John.
Red Alert Band (July 20)
The Red Alert Band delivers an impeccably coordinated show. In addition to their smooth moves and sets that might focus on jazz, Motown, or funky oldies, consider their outfits and instruments—all typically following a palette of piano-key black and white so that they won't attract attention if they're suddenly beamed back into 1946.
The Philly George Project (July 27)
This trio promises "smooth jazz, R&B, and blues with a touch of class." That promise is fulfilled with hits from Stevie Wonder, Barry White, and the Isley Brothers, to name a few.
Brian and the Coconutz (August 3)
The minds of Brian and the Coconutz are half on stage, half at the beach. They transport the audience along with them via sunny tunes from Jimmy Buffett, the Beach Boys, and Bob Marley.
Kelly Mayo (August 10)
Mayo makes audiences feel good by belting America's favorite bad-time music: the blues.
Born Sisters (August 24)
The titular teen sisters write their own Nashville-honed country-pop songs and accompany their harmonies themselves with guitar, banjo, piano, and mandolin. Their lyrics tackle teen romance and mischief from a surprisingly mature perspective, as if they already knew how they'd tell these stories to their grandchildren.
Kreutz Creek Vineyards
In 1989, Jim Kirkpatrick received a winemaking kit from his wife, Carole. At the time, neither Jim nor Carole knew it, but that kit churned out more than just wine—it also produced a dream. When Jim's homemade concoctions were a hit, the couple decided to try their hand at growing their own grapes, and soon moved to a home in Wrightsville surrounded by 3 acres of land. Just 100 yards from Kreutz Creek, the Kirkpatrick's new location presented the ideal location to expand on Jim's newfound dream. Today, Kreutz Creek Vineyards generates an assortment of red, white, and seasonal varietals. Jim and Carole also use their tranquil grounds to host community events throughout the year, including bonfires and movie nights.