Benefit concert for Ocracoke Alive
First Fligth High School
100 Veterans Dr, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948, USA
Friday May 8, 202o at 7:00 PM
Featuring The Molasses Creek Band and Coyote
Cosponsored by the Dare County Arts Council and Mustang Outreach Program
Ticket sales suspended until early April
The Series has suspended ticket sales for the Ocracoke Alive Benefit Concert scheduled for May 8 pending a review in early April of the prospects for the concert going forward. Ticket holders may request a refund by emailing or calling 252-207-5287;
Join us for a concert to benefit Ocracoke Alive. The show will feature Ocracoke’s best known bands The Molasses Creek Band and Coyote. Hurricane Dorian devastated Ocracoke Alive and damaged the Deepwater Theater, the primary venue for Ocracoke Alive’s many programs. Net proceeds from the concert will be donated to Ocracoke Alive.
For 26 years, Molasses Creek's high-energy performances and heartfelt songwriting has brought the love of their coastal home of Ocracoke Island, NC to the stage. The band's elegant harmonies and arrangements, stellar songwriting, blazing instrumentals, and quirky sense of humor have won loyal followers throughout the United States and around the world.
Coyote are Marcy Brenner and Lou Castro. They write and perform songs that draw you in to their enchanting island life and extraordinary community of 1000 friends and neighbors. Their stories spark from their salty life on Ocracoke, 20 miles off-shore of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. If life is about creating experiences, Marcy and Lou are truly alive, making music together, and with neighbors and visiting friends. They share the love of family and community that is so important to everyone in this coastal town.
The Outer Banks Community Foundation manages our endowment.