Press Release from the City of Charleston, WV
(Charleston, W.Va.) – Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin today announced Live on the Levee will kick-off the 2022 season on May 27 on the Schoenbaum Stage at Haddad Riverfront Park. The free concert series will conclude September 2 and feature a variety of musical styles.
“Live on the Levee has been bringing families and friends together to celebrate community and live music for nearly 20 years,” said Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin. “Whether you’re enjoying your Fridays on the Levee, attending an event at City Center at Slack Plaza or catching a show at the Coliseum and Convention Center – there will be lots to see and do this summer in our Capital City.”
“The Moses family has a proud past as the title sponsor of Live on the Levee,” said Jeremy Nelson, COO, Moses Auto Group (title sponsor of Live on the Levee). “We are looking forward to another summer of exciting Friday night family fun.”
Show headliners include: The Carpenter Ants, Davisson Brothers Band, Ranky Tanky, Remember Jones, Rozwell Kid, Drew Parker, The Parachute Brigade, Holly Forbes, Shane Mead & The Sound, Lez Zeppelin, The Lonely Ones and Neal Francis. The full lineup is available at https://liveontheleveecharleston.com/.
The city continues to collaborate with organizations throughout Charleston to present performances that will reflect special events that coincide with Live on the Levee. This year’s organizations and/or events include Rally at the Levee; Charleston Sternwheel Regatta; FestivALL; Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance (FOOTMAD) with support from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History and the West Virginia Commission on the Arts; WTSQ – The Status Quo and Multifest. The non-profit partners include:, Covenant House, Manna Meal, Religious Coalition for Community Renewal, Roark Sullivan Lifeway Center, and YWCA’s Sojourners Shelter.
Sponsors for Live on the Levee include: Moses Auto Group (title sponsor), Lou Wendell Marine Sales, Brewer & Company of WV, Inc., Mountain State Oral & Facial Surgery, Mountain State Beverage, BridgeValley Community & Technical College, Spriggs Distributing Co., West Virginia State University, Capitol Beverage Company, City National Bank, Terradon Corporation, BridgeValley Nursing (campaign), Caldwell Insurance Agency, University of Charleston, Highmark West Virginia, Purple Leaf, The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation, West Virginia Lottery, Country Roads Pet Resort, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Smith Insurance, Garretson Insurance, 160 Driving Academy Truck Driver Training, Amherst Madison, ZMM Architects & Engineers, Appalachian Cannabis Company, The Complete K9, Bowles Rice Attorneys at Law, Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance (FOOTMAD) with support from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History and the West Virginia Commission on the Arts, Jim Strawn & Company, C&H Taxi, and Four Points by Sheraton.