Five After Five Concert Series – April 25th – May 16th
Five After Five has been great so far and it’s not over yet!! Join us on Thursdays at 6:30pm for rockin’ music and fun times. There are only 2 shows left, so don’t miss one! Don’t forget, the concerts are free and open to all ages. There’s lots for the whole family to do, so come down early and grab dinner in Five Points before the show!
April 25: The Dave Matthews Tribute Band
The name just about says it all, this group of five men is the only national touring tribute to Dave Matthews Band. Band members Ryan Clifford, Rashad Abu-Azzam, Neil Newcomb, Benny Montgomery and D-Sharp Gleaton have mastered the energy and sound of Dave Matthews Band. After starting off in Chattanooga, TN, The Dave Matthews Tribute Band has been able to spread their appreciation and celebration of DMB to fans around the country.
May 2: The Rival Brothers & The Casual Kings
The Rival Brothers
After only being together for a little over a year, The Rival Brothers have proven their talent to the Columbia music scene. They have a unique sound that can be enjoyed by all kinds of musical audiences. Bobby Sutton, Philippe Herndon, Jay Crosby, James Ervin & Dave Britt make up this energetic band that is grabbing Columbia’s attention.
The Casual Kings
The Casual Kings have been performing throughout the Southeast since starting in Columbia in 2010. Rhett Sanders, Michael Atwater, Mike Mills and Collin Danker have worked together to create exciting music that forces audiences to move their feet. The Casual Kings put on a lively show that draws the attention of anyone within earshot.
May 9: Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band & Weaving The Fate
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band
Out of Asheville, NC, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band brings the excitement of funk music to the stage. After a decade of performing together, they are touring and drawing crowds across the nation. Band members Al Al Ingram, Derrick Johnson, John Paul Miller, Mary Frances and Lee Allen are sure to have you dancing with their unique and powerful music.
Weaving The Fate
Previously known as Villanova, this Columbia native band has built a devoted fan base throughout the area. Brain Conner, Bobby Dredd, DJ Able One and Roberson have used their different styles to produce music that has taken their hometown by storm. Weaving The Fate has an energetic stage presence that is contagious and spreads throughout an audience immediately.
May 16: Bryson Jennings
This Orangeburg native moved to Charleston after graduating University of South Carolina to work on his music full time. His hit “Town Called Home” is a fan favorite that always gets the crowd singing and dancing along. Jennings brings his exciting personality and music to the stage every time he performs his country music.