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Marks & Harrison Amphitheater Will Be Home to Celebrate Virginia After Hours

posted on April 6, 2016

Virginia law firm secures naming rights to Fredericksburg concert site

Richmond, Va. (March 21, 2016) – Celebrate Virginia After Hours, formerly known as Celebrate Virginia Live, returns for its 8th season at the newly named Marks & Harrison Amphitheater in Fredericksburg, VA. The law firm has secured the naming rights to the concert venue in a multiyear agreement with CVAH Productions, Inc.

Celebrate Virginia After Hours is expected to present more than 12 shows in the 2016 season. Shows have already been announced with Chris Young on May 6, Lynard Skynard on May 7, Billy Currington with Kelsea Ballerini on May 13, Chase Rice on May 20, Eli Young Band on July 8, George Thorogood and the Destroyers on July 28, The Beach Boys on July 29 and Boyz II Men on Sept. 24. Additional concerts will be added to the concert series in the coming weeks.

“We’re excited to partner with Celebrate Virginia After Hours,” said Bryan L. Meadows, lead attorney at Marks & Harrison’s Fredericksburg office. “We’re proud to help bring the fun, family-friendly experience to people living in the Fredericksburg area.”

Celebrate Virginia After Hours at the Marks & Harrison Amphitheater is located at 8030 Gordon W. Shelton Blvd. and is the sister venue to Innsbrook After Hours in Richmond.

Marks & Harrison has served the Fredericksburg community since 2009 from its office at 5440 Jefferson Davison Highway. The Firm plans to host a booth at most of the Celebrate Virginia After Hours events. Marks & Harrison was founded in 1911 and has nine locations across Virginia.

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About Celebrate Virginia After Hours:
Celebrate Virginia After Hours is a foundation driven concert series with all net proceeds going to The American Constitution Spirit Foundation’s National Constitution Plaque Initiative, dedicated to placing the bronze original replicas of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights in educational institutions in local communities and across the country. For more information on the National Constitution Plaque initiative, visit www.plaqueinitiative.org.

About Marks & Harrison:
Marks & Harrison was founded in 1911 and has nine locations across Virginia. Marks & Harrison provides comprehensive legal services in personal injury, workers’ compensation, and social security disability cases. For more information about Marks & Harrison, go to www.marksandharrison.com or visit the Firm’s Facebook page.

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