Enjoy Warm Nights, Good Food and LIVE Music at The Pinnacle
Bristol’s premier lifestyle shopping destination has added yet another exciting feature to make your Pinnacle experience even better. Beginning this Friday and continuing through September, you can finish your day of shopping and activities by dining outdoors as you listen to live music.
Located near Johnny Brusco’s on the sidewalk area between La Carreta and Moe’s in the Plaza shops, concerts will be held every Friday and Saturday night. Performances begin at 6:30 p.m. and will continue throughout the evening.
“The Pinnacle has truly become a sought-after destination,” explains Pinnacle Property Manager Heather Hill. “We consistently have people coming from a five-state region that specifically came to this region to come to The Pinnacle, and they are staying all day. They are shopping at all of our dozens of stores, being entertained at places like Just Jump or The Pinnacle 12 Cinema … and now after all of that, we’re offering a chance for them to just slow down, sit down, relax, and enjoy a meal and some great music to cap off a wonderful day at The Pinnacle.”
The music series lineup is a diverse collection of country, jazz, rock, pop and Americana.
The tentative schedule is as follows:
- April 21-22 — HB Beverly
- April 28-29 — Behind the Note
- May 5 – Donna Frost
- May 6 – Adam Lawson
- May 10 – Behind the Note
- May 12 — James Meadows
- May 13 — Sydni Stinnett
- May 19-20 — HB Beverly
- May 26 — Momma Molasses
- May 27 – Annie Robinette
- June 3 — Anthony Wayne
- June 9 — Wise Old River
- June 16 – Nightshift – James Roberts
- June 17 — Sydni Stinnett
- June 23-24 — HB Beverly
- July 1 – The Jae Marie Project
- July 8 – JP Parsons
- July 14—Wise Old River
- July 21-22 — HB Beverly
- July 29 — Anthony Wayne
- Aug. 4 — Momma Molasses
- Aug. 11 — The Jae Marie Project
- Aug. 12 – Mark Larkins
- Aug. 17-18 — HB Beverly
- Aug. 19 — Sydni Stinnett
- Aug. 25 – Jackdaws 7
- Aug. 26 — Justin Crider
- Sept. 1 — Momma Molasses
- Sept. 2 – Faded Travelers
- Sept. 8-9 — HB Beverly
- Sept. 16 — Sydni Stinnett
- Sept. 22 – Boots on the Ground
More about some of the Artists:
Anthony Wayne—You may know him as part of the group Earth by Train, but now Anthony, his guitar and his soothing voice are doing a solo tour.
Momma Molasses—Originally from North Carolina, songwriter Ella Patrick uses a
“fingerpicking” guitar style for her music that naturally draws on a wide range of ideas, combining alt-country, blues, and honky-folksy “whatever” into a sweet dripping, slow moving sound.
Wise Old River—A group from Northeast Tennessee that blends a variety of influences and instruments that combine tradition with originality.
HB Beverly—HB is able to perform over 2,000 classic hits from the country, Americana, rock, trop/rock, and pop categories. Close your eyes and you’d swear you were in Margaritaville.
Behind the Note—A local jazz quartet from all over Southwest Virginia, this instrumental group plays a collection from greats like Ray Charles.
James Meadows—James Meadows is an ASCAP-affiliated singer/songwriter and Nashville recording artist who currently resides in Abingdon, Va. A typical James Meadows show contains a huge set list filled with requests and timeless classic country, new top 40 country, bluegrass, southern rock, and originals.
Sydni Stinnett—Voted “Audience Favorite” in the Knoxville’s Got Talent show and winner of the first-ever “Knoxville Unplugged,” given the “Rising Star” award for most-talented middle school vocalist in Middle Tennessee, this young musician has already released three albums of her soothing, melodic voice and original music.