Summer Concert Series FRIDAY LIVE! at the FACTORY
Live Band Tonic
Friday June 03, 2011 At 5:00 pm
FRIDAY LIVE! at the FACTORY:
Six Top 10 singles. Over 4 million records sold.
Grammy nominations, platinum albums,
numerous awards and hit songs around the
world, plus the #1 most-played rock song of
1998. Tonic was a musical powerhouse,
merging the raw honesty of rock to unabashed
melody…and ushering rock n roll into a new millennium.
Many bands would be content with that sort of history. Not Tonic. The band is back in the studio after a two-year break, working on a follow up to their last album, Grammy-nominated Head On Straight.
NC MUSIC FACTORY announces Summer Concert Series to take place every Friday in “Fountain Plaza” starting April 29 featuring national entertainment and admission into 6 venues.The NC Music Factory is raising the bar again this summer with Friday LIVE! at the Factory, a new twist on the weekend kickoff party. Beginning Friday, April 29 with the “Coors Light Super Cold Activation Summer Kickoff Party” featuring EVE 6 with “American Aquarium”, Friday LIVE! promises to be THE place to get the weekend started off right every Friday with a diverse mix of national entertainment. The first week will also feature huge ice sculptures, giveaways, ice block dancers, plus 100% chance of SNOW in the Fountain Plaza at the Music Factory as part of the Coors Light Super Cold Activation Party!
Friday LIVE! tickets also include admission into Butter, Bask, The Saloon, Wet Willies, Halo and Matties Diner + the Red Bull Outdoor Lounge featuring Charlotte’s best DJs each week. Tickets are only $5 and are available online HERE and at the gate each week. The full season “Super Pass” is also available for just $20 for all 8 events. FREE tickets are also available at Scott Clark’s Toyota City located at 13000 East Independence Blvd.
The event will open each Friday at 5:00 pm and the outdoor concert will be over by 11:00 but the Music Factory will keep on rockin’ until 2:00 a.m. as all of the pubs, clubs and restaurants take over the late night party. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit “Kids First of the Carolinas”. Accommodations provided by the historic Dunhill Hotel.