When: Tuesday June 20, 2023 at 6pm
Where: 880 Mount Vernon Lane, Salem, VA – Keesee Chapel
Parking: Follow signs for parking
Featuring: SmallTown Strings as part of their “Ramblin’ Tour”
Cost: Free with suggested donation ($5/person) online or at the entrance

HopeTree is excited to host HopeSings, a benefit concert featuring SmallTown Strings on Tuesday, June 20. Originally slated to take place outside, the concert will move indoors due inclement weather and now take place inside Keesee Chapel located on HopeTree’s campus at 880 Mount Vernon Lane in Salem, Va. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

SmallTown Strings, the evening’s featured performers, are a brother-sister duo from Curlew, Washington. The group performs a mix of Folk, Americana, and Indie sounds across nine instruments from box drums to banjos. Thriving on bending genre and having fun while doing it, the pair has been performing together for four years. They also write, record, and produce their own music – often from the backseat of their motorhome while on the road.

Open to the public, the concert free to attend with a suggested donation of $5 at the door. All proceeds from donations will be collected to support the work of HopeTree’s statewide services and programs. Food trucks will be on-site as well during the concert. No outside food will be allowed.

Parking is available on campus in the designated areas marked on the map below. Attendees will be need to enter from the front entrance located at the intersection of Mount Vernon Lane and East Carrollton Avenue.

For directions to HopeTree’s Keesee Chapel and more information, call HopeTree’s Advancement Department at (540) 389-2112.

For questions or more information, please contact:

Samantha Edwards
Regional Director of Development