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Pops at the Post

Pops at the Post is a completely free community event, featuring a performance by the Salisbury-Rowan Symphony, led by Maestro David Hagy. The concert is held the first Saturday in June each year.

The first Pops at the Post was hosted in 2005 as part of the Salisbury Post’s centennial celebrations at the Salisbury Post loading dock near the intersection of Church Street and W. Innes Street in downtown Salisbury.

So many people came out to see the Salisbury Symphony performance that Pops at the Post has been turned into an annual community event. Generous sponsors and donors have contributed to keep Pops at the Post a completely free community event.


SAVE THE DATE: September 11, 2021 at the Salisbury Post/Bell Tower Green Park

Donate to Pops at the Post


Pops at the Post is a 501(c)(3) entity that hosts a yearly community event in Salisbury, NC. Due to sponsorships and donations, the concert continues to be a completely free community event. It features a performance by the Salisbury-Rowan Symphony, led by Maestro David Hagy and hosted by the Salisbury Post newspaper.

DONATE To Pops at the Post – All donations go directly to putting on this event.
Mail to: Pops at the Post, P.O. Box 4639, Salisbury, NC 28145 or donate online via GiveLively or  The Network for Good 

 


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