Robeson County Arts Council

A great theatre in downtown Lumberton.

For more information on the theatre and its calendar see ​Carolina Civic Center Historic Theatre

The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater, located in downtown Lumberton, NC, is presenting two upcoming virtual concerts that have been pre-taped on its stage while the theater is closed to in-person audiences due to COVID-19 social gathering restrictions. These performances were originally scheduled as part of its 2020-21 season, and continue the theater’s commitment to programming during the ongoing pandemic and its related audience restrictions for performance centers.

 The next concert is by the all-female bluegrass group Sweet Potato Pie and premieres Thanksgiving evening. It is conducted in partnership with the Robeson County Arts Council as part of its annual Bluegrass on the Blackwater series. This performance was filmed on the stage at The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater.
These virtual performances are premiering on the theater’s Facebook page at “Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater” ‪and subsequently are shared on its web site at ‪ The theater’s previous “Spotlight on Local Talent” Performance Series (eight installments) also can be viewed on its web site. This performance is partially underwritten by a grant from the Robeson County Arts Council and the North Carolina Arts Council. 
Sweet Potato Pie has been entertaining audiences for over a decade with their classy blend of Americana, Bluegrass, Country and Gospel music mixed together in a style they call “sweetgrass.” Radio and TV are well acquainted with their “angelic” vocals from appearances on PBS, the Food Network and worldwide radio broadcasts. Hailed as the “Lennon Sisters of Bluegrass,” their show revolves around their beautiful three-part harmonies, hard driving instrumentals and down home humor. With classic songs from Patsy Cline, Bill Monroe, The Judds and many more along with their chart topping original songs, you are in for a sensational night of family entertainment.
While the concert is free, a donation link will be available to help support artist fees and production costs.