Over the past several seasons, the theme of Danville Harvest Jubilee concert series has been returning to its roots.
In that vein of thought, the board of directors announced this will the series some of the most requested acts will return for the for the 2019 season.
Justin Moore will come back to the River City at the Carrington Pavilion on Saturday, Aug. 17. Moore last played in Danville six years ago and drew a large crowd.
Since his debut in 2007, he has produced seven No. 1 hits including “Small Town USA,” “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away,” and the gold-certified “Backwoods.” He most recently scored a No.1 hit with “Somebody Else Will,” on the heels of “You Look Like I Need a Drink.”
This year two iconic artists will make their way back to Danville. After the opening act of Roy Norton Jr. on Saturday, Sept. 14, the Charlie Daniels Band will perform and Travis Tritt will anchor the night’s show.
Both artists have garnered multiple Top 10 hits, chart-topping singles and Grammy Awards.
More information, including sale dates and additional artists appearing this summer, will be released soon at www.danvilleharvestjubilee.org.
Danville Harvest Jubilee began in 1980 as “Victorian Danville Weekend” and evolved into a multifaceted event including food events, national entertainment and family activities.