Stonewall Resort will kick off the summer season with hot country music by West Virginia's Taylor Made and a lively fireworks display over Stonewall Jackson Lake this upcoming Memorial Day Weekend, resort officials announced.
"The Stonewall State Park Foundation is proud to host these rising stars for our first of eight free concerts this summer," said Steve Ludwig, director of sales and marketing at Stonewall Resort.
Hailing from Taylor County, Taylor Made is comprised of siblings Wendy Williams, Greg Duckworth and Brian Duckworth. The group is known for three-part harmony, featured prominently in the group's first single, "Heavy Duty." The group recently won Music Row Magazine's Country Breakout Award as Independent Artist of the Year and they have been featured on CMT for their song, "Things You Don't Grow Out Of."
Ludwig said the concert will begin at 6:30 p.m. Sunday and last approximately two hours. The event will be at the outdoor theater at the Roanoke Activity Plaza. At the conclusion of the concert, guests will be treated to a fireworks show over the lake.
The Summer Concert Series is provided through the generous donations of a variety of sponsors, including McFly Outdoors, Wal-Mart of Weston, Little General Stores, EQT, Lewis County CVB and Mountain Lakes CVB.
There is no cost to attend the concert. There is a $5 per car admission fee to enter Stonewall Resort State Park.
Information about upcoming concert dates and performers is available by viewing Stonewall Resort's calendar of events, located on the resort's website at www.stonewallresort.com. More information also is available by calling 304-269-7400.