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THE WOODLANDS, TX – The popular concert series “Live at Night” returns this fall to Waterway Square in The Woodlands with live outdoor music every Saturday, September 14 – October 12, 2013 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
The fall schedule starts on September 14 with the classic rock and R&B sounds of Rockit Bayou. The Buck Yeager Band will present the best of today’s country and originals September 21 followed by the variety songs of the Sugarland Brass Company on September 28. On October 5, enjoy the jazz tunes of Perry Richard and round out the fall “Live at Night” schedule on October 12 with a performance by David Dunn, a Christian alternative and pop artist.
The free “Live at Night” series is produced by The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau and open to the public thanks to The Woodlands Development Company, Kyle Sherburne – State Farm Insurance, Kroger, Munday Chevrolet, Xfinity, Stepping Stones, Gigi’s Cupcakes and SkyGod Productions.
“The Woodlands has become a great destination for live music due in large part to events such as Live at Night,” says Nick Wolda, president of The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau. “It’s a great outing for couples or the entire family.”
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Grammy nominee and Blues Music Award winner Ruthie Foster will be the concert headliner at the 8th annual The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival, a Showcase of Visual and Performing Arts set for Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14 from 10 am – 6 pm along The Woodlands Waterway® and in Town Green Park. Foster is scheduled to perform at 3 pm on Sunday, April 14 on the Palette Café Stage, near The Woodlands Waterway.
Texas native Ruthie Foster is a consecutive Blues Music Award Winner, winning Best Contemporary and Best Traditional Blues Female Artist of the Year. She was also recently nominated for a Grammy for Best Blues Album, Let It Burn, and in 2009 was nominated for a Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album for The Truth According to Ruthie Foster. She is a multiple winner at the Austin Music Awards, winning Best Female Vocalist in 2007-2008 and Best Folk Artist in 2004-2005.
Foster’s newest album, Let It Burn, is “a captivating blend of soul, blues, gospel, New Orleans funk, folk, rock and R&B,” stated the Los Angeles Times.
Patrons of The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival enjoy a full schedule of performing arts concerts throughout the festival weekend, according to Festival Director Jenny Wright. In addition to Foster’s performance, the schedule includes Emily Elbert, The Grace Wright Quartet, Level One Band, Step Rideau, Zydeco Outlaws, Texas Johnny Boy with Milton Hopkins, and Texas Johnny Brown.
Ranked #9 among the Top 100 Arts Festivals in the U.S. by ArtFair Source Book, The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival attracted more than 15,000 people last year. This juried arts festival features over 200 artists displaying a variety of original artwork in mediums including clayworks, digital art, drawing/pastels, fiber, glass, jewelry, metalworks, mixed media 2D and 3D, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, wood and emerging artists.
For detailed information about the festival and to purchase tickets online ($10 or $15 for a weekend pass; children 12 and under admitted free), visit www.woodlandsartsfestival.com.
David Weekley Homes is now building in The Woodlands East Shore Enclave overlooking 200-acre Lake Woodlands. Weekley is offering 14, two-and three-story detached homes. These energy-efficient, EnergySaver™ homes are priced from the low $500’s with sizes ranging from approximately 2,100 to over 3,200 square feet.
East Shore is located within walking distance to the shopping, dining and entertainment venues along The Woodlands Waterway®, a 1.4 mile transportation thoroughfare, linear park and water amenity, situated in the heart of The Woodlands Town Center.
Visit Michele Flory for more information on The Woodlands East Shore.
The Woodlands Market Street, great things come in threes, where the women’s fashion boutique Madewell has opened, joining newcomers Elaine Turner and Calypso St. Barth in the shopping and entertainment destination’s elite boutique scene of more than 70 upscale retailers and restaurants.
Madewell is a collection of well-thought-out women’s clothes that speak for themselves. Each piece in the Madewell muse has just the right touch of glam, while taking a trendy approach on comfortably cool clothes mixed with modern attitude. It’s an edgy take on casual with a few vintage details and a modish twist. Great style, attention to detail clothes and affordable prices go a long way for those seeking a versatile “goes with everything” wardrobe.
Madewell hits the mark when it comes to jeans, priding themselves as jean makers first, who also know a thing or two about dresses, lush leather goods, super soft tees, fleece and an entire look book of versatile style. This jean junkie boutique is the perfect addition to Market Street, rounding out the retail scene with its own funky flare. Madewell is centrally located between Crú Wine and Food Bar and Sur la Table.
For more information on these and other shopping and dining spots at Market Street, visit www.marketstreet-thewoodlands.com.