The Dogwood Park Summer Concert Series will continue this Sunday evening, Sept. 1, with the rescheduled country show, featuring local country favorites Nick Fillers and The Fugitives.
The concert was originally scheduled for Aug. 18, but was rescheduled because of inclement weather.
The event will be held at the Ginny Kidwell Amphitheater at Dogwood Park, at 1725 Lafayette St., behind Tusculum View Elementary School.
Show time is 5 p.m., with gates opening at 4 p.m.
Admission is free, but donations are accepted.
This will be The Fugitives' fifth consecutive appearance at the popular summer concert series, which is presented by the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department.
The band always brings a fresh "take" on today's modern country sound, concert organizer John Brown said.
In addition to serving as lead singer for The Fugitives, Fillers is also the host of the locally-produced weekly online radio show, "Smokin' Country," on ThisIsGreeneville.com
Joining The Fugitives on the concert bill will be local musicians Warren & Fuller and The Step Cousins Band.
Warren & Fuller will kick off the music at 5 p.m. with a mix of country, bluegrass and gospel classics, performed by real-life cousins Sammy Warren and Tyler Warren, who have joined forces with Dr. Tim Fuller and his daughter, Emily Fuller, to form the ensemble.
The Step Cousins will round out the Sunday-evening show with a variety of original, popular and classic tunes that showcase the young band's love for Southern rock and country.
The final Dogwood Park Summer Concert for this season is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 15.
The event will feature John Carter Cash, son of the late Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, and John McEuen, co-founder of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
For more details, please call Lisa Fisher at 638-3143 or John Brown at 639-8569.