Music at the Market Concert: Gap Civil
October 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFREE
Gap Civil is an Appalachian Mountain Music band built on their motto of honor and innovation. They honor the mountain traditions that have shaped and rooted their music, yet they take great pride in innovative and exciting original songs, tunes and arrangements. Fluidly blending the genres of old-time, country, bluegrass and Americana, their music is sure to make you want to dance – whether that’s hitting the floor with a driving flatfoot or pulling that special someone close with a honky-tonk two-step. Gap Civil was formed in 2017 in Sparta and features Caroline Noel Beverley on guitar and vocals, Chris Johnson on banjo and bass, Lucas Pasley on fiddle and vocals and Kyle Dean Smith on bass and lead guitar.
Food, agriculture and bluegrass picking are staples in Surry County. The three will blend when the Music at the Market concert series kicks off at the Dobson Farmer’s Market. Surry County citizens will be able to satisfy their taste buds from food trucks on-site at 6 p.m. Admission is free and citizens should bring their lawn chairs. BJ’s Fry Shack, My Kitchen, and Station 1978 Firehouse Peanuts are scheduled to be at the first concert.
Utilizing the great location of the Farmer’s Market off the Dobson U.S. Hwy. 601 exit, at 903 E. Atkins St., Dobson, the concert series hopes to be a crowd pleaser and a perennial draw at the site that has only been in existence since 2019.
All concerts in the series are free and will be held at the same time of the evening from late Summer through the Fall, which should make for cooler weather.