Featuring The Vamps, Aaron Carter and MAX
(BRISTOL, Tenn.)—The region’s premier lifestyle shopping destination reaches new heights this summer with an exciting partnership with Electric 94.9 to bring a free concert to The Pinnacle this June. The concert will feature a diverse lineup of pop stars including The Vamps, Aaron Carter and MAX. The electrifying event will be held Saturday, June 24, at 7 p.m.
“The Pinnacle is so much more than just a shopping destination,” explains Pinnacle Property Manager Heather Hill. “The Pinnacle draws people from a five-state area to come to not only shop at the area’s best and most excusive retailers, but to dine at any of our many restaurants and be entertained all day. We strive to make their experience something special and different each time. This free concert is going to be an amazing addition to the events happening all year long at The Pinnacle as we continue to grow and exceed everyone’s expectations.”
The musical acts are sure to please, as there is a mix of new and familiar names.
Called the hardest-working young band in Britain, The Vamps’ debut album, 2014’s Meet The Vamps, as well as their follow-up album, Wake Up, have been worldwide successes. The band has sold out London’s 20,000-capacity O2 four times, touts collaborations with singer Demi Lovato, and contributed voice talent to the movie Kung Fu Panda 3.
This adventurous, energetic, multi-faceted young band will play songs from their first two albums as well as sneak previews of songs they are working on for their third album, to be released soon.
Carter became an international pop sensation at the age of 10 and went on to release several hit singles and multiplatinum albums as well as appear in film, on television and on Broadway. Carter will be performing songs he made famous during the past 15 years as well as new songs from his recently released EP titled “LøVë.”
MAX is a New York City-born pop and soul singer, actor and dancer, known for his powerful, acrobatic tenor that commands attention. Currently, MAX is celebrating the release of his newest album, “Hell’s Kitchen Angel.”
The free concert will be held in the parking area behind the Crescent and Tower Shops, directly behind GAP Factory.