The Live on the Boulevard Concert Series continues this week in El Dorado Hills Town Center with Stevie Ray Visited taking the stage at the Steven Young Amphitheater.
Stevie Ray Visited is bannered as a feelgood blues and rock show that celebrates the life and music of the late great Stevie Ray Vaughan. Now his music lives on with this show that makes you feel like Stevie Ray “visited”. According to the band bio,the show also includes Noel Dies on keys who performed with Stevie Ray Vaughan in the 70’s with his band Blackbird. Roby was raised on Texas Blues. And with his charismatic stage presence in a show that is described as a blues explosion.
Thursday’s concert begins at 7 p.m. and continues until 9 p.m. The concerts are free and general seating opens up just after 5:30 each Thursday. For those early birds, the El Dorado Hills Town Center operates under a unique early bird systems for those wanting to save their spot early for each concert.
Early set up is allowed at 5:30 p.m. sharp each Thursday, but to participate you must utilize the center’s numbering system. Numbers handed out at 3:30pm. 1st come 1st serve by security at the concert site. Those with early bird numbers, must return to line by 5:30 p.m. and one number is good for up to 4 people. El Dorado Hills Town Center does not allow saving places in line with items.
Due to ABC regulations, this venue cannot permit outside alcohol and any ice chests and bags are subject to a search upon arrival.
For complete information about the Live on the Boulevard Concert Series and guest policies visit www.edhtowncenter.com.