Coming in 2021, a New Playground
Two local businessmen have donated funds to build a new playground at Capel Centennial Park adjacent to the Amphitheater.
Now there's even more of a reason to bring the whole family to concerts at TownStage!
The band for the July 30th show has been
replaced. Chasin Aldean will take the place
of Faith and Scars.
New Performance Night
New in 2021! All Friday night concerts. No need to leave town for entertainment. See you at TownStage!
Mayor Donates Salary
Mayor of Troy Craig Jones recently announced he was donating his annual mayoral salary to the TownStage Foundation. The intent of the fund is to help with the annual costs of concerts and facility maintenance at the Amphitheater. The facility is operated by a non-profit with limited funds available. Through the TownStage Foundation anyone who wants to give can now do so easily. Just click on the TownStage Foundation icon anywhere on this website and follow the instructions. And thank you for your donation! Let's keep the dream alive!
The fund is invested under the auspices of the North Carolina Community Foundation.
Thank you Mr. Mayor!
Ideas Wanted for Sculpture
Help us decide what musically themed sculpture will be placed in the open grass area just left of the Amphitheater entrance. Submit your idea on our Contact Us form at the bottom of the Home page.
Brew, Que, and Music Review Festival
Don't miss the third annual Brew, Que, and Music Review all day Saturday Oct. 30, 2021 at Capel Centennial Park. Enjoy a beer while tasting some of the best barbeque you'll ever experience. The day is capped off with a performance of the Cat 5 Band at TownStage.