Hello world, this the first blog post for the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds
The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds is a venue that hosts over 100 events a year, and is well known of course for the Dixie Classic Fair, but this past weekend was on that lands as a bright spot for the City of Winston-Salem.
PHOTO ABOVE – Grammy-Award winning county band Lonestar filled the Winston-Salem Annex Theatre in a recent concert.
Last weekend the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex Theatre welcomed a sold out crowd of 2,200 guests for a captivating performance by Crowder, a contemporary Christian artist who provides and inspiring & engaging experience to his listeners. The Grammy nominated, billboard chart climbing star is on tour following the release of his latest album, I Know A Ghost which is now available everywhere.
This was the first time since 2017 that the Fairgrounds has sold out the Annex Theatre when Travis Tritt rolled into Winston-Salem. It takes a certain type of artist to put thousands of people in the same room and create a spiritually uplifting experience for them.
It also takes a special venue to create an environment that is welcoming, creates intimacy and provides everyone in attendance with the best seat in the house. The Annex Theatre is one of the few venues where attendees in the nosebleeds are standing, singing and dancing during the full length of the concert as if their seats are front row.
“The Annex Theatre can hold up to 2,200 fans, we feel like we have a good place in the market for LIVE music and will continue to grow our events and treat the citizens of Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. It’s a great pleasure when our staff hears statements such as “Wow, I wasn’t expecting this”, or “wheres the ice?”. On the way out the positive commentary of the event is a regular treatment for our awesome working staff to take in.” – Robert Mulhearn Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Booking and Venue Manager.
The intimate environment of the Annex Theater makes it a candidate for an array of concert genres. This summer they are welcoming, Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan and Gatlin Brothers as a part of their Classic Country Concert Series, along with The War & Treaty on July 30th in partnership with the National Black Theatre Festival.
To stay updated on upcoming concerts at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds, visit wsfairgrounds.com
The Most Epic Show on Earth!
The Totally New 2020 Edition of GARDEN BROS CIRCUS is Coming!
This year’s show is packed with breathtaking special effects, concert style sound and lighting and 3 RINGS bursting with excitement, laughter and memories that families will always cherish. The very best performers from over 22 countries make up this action jammed, fast paced 100 minute performance in a Theatrical European 3 RING setting, featuring the HUMAN CANNONBALL, The Crazy Cossack Horse Riderz, Daring Aerial Artists, Ukrainian Acrobats, Motorcycles in the Sphere of Fear, Contortionists, the Funniest Clowns, Jugglers as seen on America’s Got Talent, not enough room to list anymore!!!
KIDS FUN ZONE: ride a camel, a circus pony, a giant slide, or a bouncy house and the whole family can get their face painted like Spiderman. Come hungry cause there’s plenty of food.
Free Children’s Tickets have been distributed to area elementary schools, pre-schools, day care centers, fast food, convenience stores, salons and large employers.
First 100 Adult Tickets sold online are only $14.50 at www.GardenBrosCircus.com.
“We’ve made it a real affordable family event with the cooperation of participating retail outlets” said Niles Garden, producer of Garden Brothers Circus. In the words of Walt Disney “I want families to have as much fun as they do at the circus”.
Where: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex
Show Times: 4:30PM-7:30PM
Get tickets: online www.GardenBrosCircus.com or the Box Office on show day
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s National Archery in Schools (NASP) state tournament will occur on Feb. 14–15 in the Education Building at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds.
Approximately 800 students from 32 schools , including Elementary, Middle School and High School divisions, will compete for the title of North Carolina State Champion. Awards will be given to the top three overall male and female individual archers, and to the top-scoring team in each division.
Elementary schools will participate on Friday, Feb. 14 beginning at 8:00 a.m. Middle and high schools are scheduled to take aim beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15.
The National Archery in Schools Program teaches and promotes international-style target archery as part of an in-school curriculum to improve educational performance and participation in the shooting sports among students in grades 4-12. For more information, or to find out how your school can participate, visit www.naspschools.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
Since 1947, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has been dedicated to the conservation and sustainability of the state’s fish and wildlife resources through research, scientific management, wise use and public input. The Commission is the state regulatory agency responsible for the enforcement of fishing, hunting, trapping and boating laws and provides programs and opportunities for wildlife-related educational, recreational and sporting activities.
Get N.C. Wildlife Update — news including season dates, bag limits, legislative updates and more — delivered free to your Inbox from the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.- The Atlantic Coast Collegiate Hockey League is excited to bring its season-ending, championship tournament back to Winston-Salem for the second season on February 14-16 at the Winston-Salem Fairground Annex. The tournament will feature eight teams competing for the coveted Admiral’s Cup. And, for the first time in ACCHL history, there will also be a women’s tournament featuring two semifinal games and a final game. The Carolina Thunderbirds, the city of Winston-Salem and Wake Forest University’s club hockey program are all proud sponsors of this pinnacle of collegiate hockey competition at the ACHA Division II level. Beginning on Friday, the tournament will showcase four men’s quarterfinal games at 12 p.m.. 3 p.m., 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday, the women take the stage in the early slot, playing at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. with the men returning for their semifinals at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Lastly, on Sunday, the women will play for their championship at 10:30 a.m. and the men will skate for the Admiral’s Cup at 1 p.m. The tournament field has not been completely set yet, but last year’s champion N.C. State and host-school Wake Forest have both locked in their bids at the number one and number two seeds respectfully. Tickets are on sale now for the ACCHL Championship Tournament by contacting the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Box Office. Full tournament ticket books start at only $20. For more information and to purchase tickets visit https://wsfairgrounds.com/event/acchl-championship-tournament-2020/