VOLK Takes the Friday Nights in the Park Stage Tonight

Arts & Entertainment

Friday Nights in the Park (FNIP), sponsored by the Sewanee Business Alliance, continues today (Friday), June 28, with VOLK. The event is free and open to the public. University Avenue will be closed at 6 p.m., with food and drink available for purchase. VOLK takes the Angel Park stage at 7:30 p.m. The rain location is the American Legion Hall.

VOLK is the dynamic duo that roars with a mix of high-octane rock ‘n’ roll, classic country swagger, and heart-shattering soul. After cutting their teeth in the dim-lit bars of Europe, VOLK decided to take their music home to the U.S.

Since settling down in Nashville, VOLK has opened for such acts as Left Lane Cruiser, Royal Thunder, Mayeux & Broussard, The Ghost Wolves, Brother O’ Brother, catl, and Shooter Jennings.

Coming up next for FNIP is the Towson Engsberg on July 12 and Jess Goggans Band on July 19.

The SBA is also sponsoring a reverse raffle to benefit Sewanee Angel Park, Community Action Committee and Housing Sewanee, with a chance for participants to win up to $5,000.

Tickets for the reverse raffle are $100 each and are for sale at the following local businesses: Beauty by Tabitha, Big A Marketing, The Blue Chair, Fine Arts at the Mountain, the Lemon Fair, University Realty and Woody’s Bicycles. Tickets are also available at the Friday Nights in the Park.

During each Friday Nights in the Park, there will be a drawing for a special prize. The ticket drawn will be placed back in the pool for another chance to win. The $5,000 grand prize drawing will take place during the ninth annual AngelFest on Oct. 4. Participants do not have to be present to win. 

For more information go to <http://sewaneevillage.com>.