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Pocahontas Premieres, 2014

Pocahontas Premieres is a concert series hosted at Pocahontas State Park's spacious Heritage Amphitheater.

Pocahontas Premieres logoUnless otherwise noted in descriptions below, advanced tickets are $12, $15 on the day of the show, and parking is $5. Except for the Sept. 13 show, shows start at 7 p.m. and gates open at 6 p.m. Refreshments, food and adult beverages (proper ID required) will be available for purchase. Except for the May 11 and Sept. 13 shows, pets and coolers are not permitted. Call 804-796-4255 or visit for tickets.

The amphitheater's benches seat up to 350, but most spectators prefer setting up lawn chairs and blankets on a gentle slope that surrounds the elevated stage. All seats offer a great view in this universally accessible venue.

May 11
Richmond Symphony

Bring the whole family and listen to great classical music in the great outdoors. The show is free except for a $5 parking fee.

May 23
An Evening with the Embers, Featuring Craig Woolard

This legendary beach-music band, The Embers featuring Craig Woolard, hails from North Carolina. Among others, the band's hits include "I Love Beach Music" and "Far Away Places." Advanced tickets are $10; tickets are $12 on the day of the show. Parking is $5.

June 21
Live/Wire AC/DC Tribute

LIVE WIRE is the ultimate AC/DC tribute band. The band performs AC/DC's best, from the early Australian club circuit days to its era of worldwide fame. Opening act TBA.

June 28
Hollywood Nights Bob Seger Tribute

Hollywood Nights is the ultimate tribute band to Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet band. The band re-creates everything about Seger. Seger fans don't want to miss this show. The opening act is No Last Names.

Sept. 12
Zoso, the Ulitmate Led Zeppelin Experience

Zoso recreates the music, magic and mystery of a Zeppelin concert. If you missed Led Zeppelin live in the 70s or are looking for a chance to relive the Hammer of the Gods phenomenon, don't miss this show. Opening act TBA.

Sept. 13
Richmond Symphony

Bring the whole family and listen to great classical music in the great outdoors. Gates open at 5 p.m. Rain date is Sept. 14. The show is free except for a $5 parking fee.

Sponsors include Comfort Inn, Chester, and the River City Blues Society.

River City Blues Society logo.Comfort Inn logo.

Location and directions: The park is in Chesterfield County. From I-95, take Exit 61 and go west on Route 10 to Route 655 which is Beach Road; or take Exit 67, go north on Route 150 to Route 10; go east to Beach Road. The park is four miles on right; or take Route 288 from I-95 to Route 10 East and go one mile to Beach Road. Follow park signs from there. Click here for a Google Map.