The Worx will perform at Party at the Pavilion this Thursday, Sept. 21 at Daleville Town Center (DTC)— closing out the first year that the Daleville Institute has sponsored the series.

The non-profit Daleville Institute produces the event in cooperation with DTC and Bank of Botetourt. Admission is $5 per person. Gates open at 5 p.m. and the concert closes at 9 p.m.

The Worx is an award-winning, Mid-Atlantic regional band entertaining audiences for over 26 years.  The professional musicianship, variety and versatility will impress the hardest critics and leave you wanting to see more, the band’s website says.

John Hodges plays bass and provides lead and backup vocals; Steve Prusak is vocalist, plays keyboards, and is the Worx owner and manager; Jerry Wimmer plays guitar and is lead vocalist; Dave Fisher will be on drums and percussion, and Tom Howell plays guitar, mandolin, harmonica and provides lead and back up vocals. Two other important members of the band are engineers Jeff Moore and Joey Mayo.

Party at the Pavilions is a family-friendly event (with a Kids’ Zone) to benefit the Daleville Institute Inc. a 501(c)3 with a mission of supporting a vital cultural life in the Botetourt community.

Visitors should bring blankets, lawn chairs and the kids. For more information, visit Daleville Town Center Pavilion website at http://dalevilletowncenter.com/pavilion.html.

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