Execution by Stayin’ Alive to commence feature stimulation.
CLARKSBURG — The 40th yearly West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival is not as much as multi-month away, carrying with it a festival of Italian-American legacy and a lineup of stimulation that will last the length of Labor Day end of the week, Aug. 31 to Sept. 2.
The main events for the celebration this year incorporate Stayin’ Alive, Jo Dee Messina, and Micky Dolenz.
Stephen Pishner, the celebration’s Entertainment Committee director, said the entertainers this year are stellar.
Stayin’ Alive is notable for its exhibitions as a Bee Gees tribute band, he said.
“The gathering completes an incredible tribute to the music of the Bee Gees,” Pishner said. “Individuals from the gathering are Italian. The music originates from the time when Italian-American John Travolta made it to the extra large screen in the motion picture ‘Saturday Night Fever.'”
Stayin’ Alive will perform at 8 p.m. Aug. 31 on the Main Stage on the Harrison County Courthouse Plaza.
Extremely popular down-home music craftsman Jo Dee Messina, who had her first breakout hit with “Heads Carolina, Tails California,” is a thrice returning celebration entertainer. She will take the Main Stage at 8 p.m. Sept. 1.
Messina has attracted an expansive group to the celebration before and is relied upon to do as such yet again, as indicated by Pishner,
The excitement proceeds with well into Sept. 2 with an execution from West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival newbie Micky Dolenz. Dolenz is an individual from the renowned musical gang The Monkees. The band got its beginning in the 60s as a component of a network show that really drove Dolenz and his bandmates to end up cemented heroes.
“This show is as of now assembling a group,” Pishner said.
Close by his chance with The Monkees, Dolenz has been highlighted on innumerable radio and TV appears and additionally in parts on the stage, little and silver screen.
Dolenz will be on be on the Main Stage at 8 p.m. Sept. 1.
The greater part of the performers that will be highlighted at the celebration is allowed to people in general, as it has been previously.
With these enormous names considered as features of the night for each night of the celebration, Tyler Tarango, board directors of the Italian Heritage Festival, said to be vigilant for other stimulation and occasion encounters too.
“The amusement is a portion of the best we’ve had in numerous years,” Tarango said.
Tarango said that the celebration will have a West Virginia University rear end party at 3 p.m. on Sept. 1 at Jackson Square so everybody can meet up and appreciate the Mountaineers.
Another thing to anticipate, Tarango stated, is the arrival of the Grand Finale Dance with music by Amici from 9 p.m. to midnight on Sept. 2 at the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center’s terrific assembly hall, denoting the finish of the celebrations 40th year of activity.