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PHOTOS: Silk Groove jams at the Berry Patch

Photos by William R. Toler - Richmond Observer

ELLERBE — The Berry Patch was groovin’ Thursday evening.

Silk Groove, based in Winston-Salem, made the trip down to perform at “The World’s Largest Strawberry” for the produce stand and ice cream shop’s second concert of the season.

The rhythm and blues revue played a mix of classic hits from the likes of Wilson Pickett, the Temptations and Sam Cooke while some audience members danced in the sand.

In addition to the Berry Patch’s ice cream, Wildfire Pizza was on site.

The 2023 concert series kicked off on a warm night in late February with the Sand Band. That event doubled as a fundraiser.

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The next free concert has not yet been scheduled.

Rockingham’s summer concert series, Plaza Jam, kicks off May 4 with Gary Lowder and Smokin’ Hot.


Hamlet’s Boxcar Concert Series returns April 28, coinciding with Food Truck Friday, with a performance by local cover band The Safety Committee.

See more photos below from the Silk Groove show below.

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