West Virginia South April - May 2019 - Page 18

DIVERSIONS April 14 The Doobie Brothers APRIL 14 The Doobie Brothers APRIL 14 Mountain Stage Sunday, 7 p.m., The Clay Center, Charleston Sunday, 7 p.m., Culture Center Theater, Charleston Enjoy hits like "Long Train Runnin'," "China Grove," and "Listen to the Music," as The Doobie Brothers return to the stage at The Clay Center. Over the span of more than 40 years, the band has won four Grammy Awards, and sold more than 48 million records. www.theclaycenter.org Enjoy this West Virginia tradition as well-known and up- and coming bands perform their hits live on stage for an international radio audience. Featuring Matt Nathanson, Stephen Kellogg, Carbon Leaf, Pete Muller and Cashavelly Morrison. www.mountainstate.org APRIL 17 APRIL 19 - MAY 4 APRIL 20 WVU Symphony Orchestra 'night, Mother WV PubFest Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg Thursday-Saturday, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Lewisburg Saturday, Doors Open at 10 a.m., Weathered Ground Brewery, Flat Top The WVU Symphony Orchestra, led by Dr. Mitchell Arnold, will play Carnegie Hall for the first time. Visit Carnegie Hall's website for updated event information as the orchestra will be joined by special young, local guest artists. Jessie, lost in a world of illness and disappointment reveals her plan to commit suicide to her mother, Thelma. While Jessie prepares to end her life, Thelma struggles to understand, and, as the evening progresses into night, tries to convince Jessie that life is worth living. Enjoy a day of craft beer as West Virginia craft breweries, food vendors, artists and craft vendors will join forces to raise money for West Virginia Public Broadcasting. www.carnegiehallwv.com www.gvtheatre.org 18 ❖ SOUTH ❖ APRIL-MAY '19 https://www.wvpubfest.com/