Elkins, WV—The Rotary Amphitheater in the Elkins Town Square will be alive with the sound of Pittsburgh’s popular band, Dr. Zoot, on Saturday, August 21. The free community outdoor concert begins at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
Dr. Zoot is a diverse band known for Swing, Latin Jazz and contemporary music. They specialize in performing a variety of tunes from the 1940’s through today. The band includes seven artists and has recorded eight full-length CD’s, and has appeared in both TV and film.
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, as seating will not be provided.
“It’s going to be a lively evening of entertainment,” said Davis Health System Foundation Executive Director Mike Bell. “Live music lovers will enjoy the energy and range of selections this band delivers during performances. It’s a “don’t miss” engagement!”
Davis Health System Foundation is sponsoring the concert as a “Thank You” to the community for their support of front line healthcare workers throughout the pandemic.
Prior to the concert, the Foundation has coordinated fun activities for kids and families at the Amphitheater. Beginning at 3:30 p.m. different community organizations will host booths offering educational and interactive programs.
Community vendors participating include:
- Beander’s Food Truck
- Shine On Yoga
- The Children’s Advocacy Center
- Elkins-Randolph County Library
- The Children’s Museum
- DMC Chatter’s Café
- WVU Dental- Catch it Early Screenings and Monster Teeth Brushing
A cash raffle for up to $1,000 will held during the evening.
The Davis Health System Foundation is committed to helping Davis Health System provide expert staff, state-of-the-art treatments, and cutting edge technology to the local community. Visit the Davis Health System Foundation website https://www.dhsfoundation.com/ or call 304-630-3043 to learn more.