Wayne on Main concert series back for summer

WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) – Wayne on Main is back by popular demand in downtown Waynesboro. Spencer Hatcher and the Ol’ Son Gang kicked off the monthly series of free concerts on Wednesday night.

It happens right across from the Wayne Theater on West Main Street on the last Wednesday of every month from 6-8 p.m. The street is also closed, so you can grab a chair and enjoy the music, food trucks, and drinks.

Tracy Straight, executive director of the Wayne Theatre, said Wayne on Main’s first year in 2021 has drawn sizeable crowds to the downtown stage and has also helped attract customers to other downtown businesses. city.

”[Last year] ranged from 50 to 300 people. He grew up,” Straight said. “It’s Wednesday nights all summer long so hopefully that doesn’t interfere with people’s weekends and it’s just a good time to hang out and enjoy some live music. You can get over the hump and get through the week.

The Wayne Theater will also take the time to highlight what’s new in theater during the event, such as workshops or classes.

No tickets are needed and it’s a “pay what you want” event. Wayne on Main runs through September.

Programming 2022:

May 25: The Judy Chops

June 29: Don’t look up

July 27: Feehan Brothers

August 31 : Prime

September 28: sun-dried opossum

For more information on Wayne on Main, click here.

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