They’re back: Envision opening Bermuda Run concert series on Saturday

Published 1:08 pm Tuesday, May 23, 2023

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The Town of Bermuda Run and Davie County Arts Council have partnered to host four free summer concerts starting on Saturday, May 27 at 7 p.m. with Envision.

“This will be the third year the group has been asked to perform, with good reason,” said Sidniee Suggs, Davie Arts Council director.
“Envision has a reputation in the Southeast to be dynamic in their singing and musician’s performance.”

Founded in 1997 by Michael Thomas (male vocalist), Envision also consists of four female vocalists.  The vocal group is backed by rhythm and horn sections.

“Envision’s stage show is as exciting to watch as it is to dance to, covering hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s, all the way up to the contemporary sound of today’s Top 40,” she said. “Although specializing as a party band, the band’s repertoire encompasses a wide variety of musical styles, including R&B, Beach, Motown/Oldies, Pop, Dance, Funk and Jazz.”

This year’s concerts will once again be presented at  the Town Center on Kinderton Boulevard (off US 158).

“Remember to bring your lawn chair, and if you wish a picnic/cooler to enjoy the concert,” Suggs said. “Should weather cause the concert to be canceled or rescheduled to Sunday, May 28th that information will be shown on Davie County Arts Council’s Facebook site.”