The Escape’s outdoor stage in downtown Wilmington opens Saturday night when Blue Steel performs


A new outdoor, covered stage at The Escape in Wilmington will open with its first act Saturday night, May 27 when the regional band Blue Steel plays classic rock favorites. “We are bringing live music back to this corner,” said Mark Elliott, executive manager of The Escape. The goal is to have live music every week at this new outdoor venue while the weather is seasonal. The patio area pictured in the photograph, which fronts the stage, is non-smoking. There will be a cover charge in the venue. With Xidas Park adjacent to the venue, the live music can be enjoyed from the lit city park. Blue Steel’s long-time area musicians, who are a Banana Split Festival favorite, will perform between 9 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday.

A new outdoor, covered stage at The Escape in Wilmington will open with its first act Saturday night, May 27 when the regional band Blue Steel plays classic rock favorites. “We are bringing live music back to this corner,” said Mark Elliott, executive manager of The Escape. The goal is to have live music every week at this new outdoor venue while the weather is seasonal. The patio area pictured in the photograph, which fronts the stage, is non-smoking. There will be a cover charge in the venue. With Xidas Park adjacent to the venue, the live music can be enjoyed from the lit city park. Blue Steel’s long-time area musicians, who are a Banana Split Festival favorite, will perform between 9 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A new outdoor, covered stage at The Escape in Wilmington will open with its first act Saturday night, May 27 when the regional band Blue Steel plays classic rock favorites. “We are bringing live music back to this corner,” said Mark Elliott, executive manager of The Escape. The goal is to have live music every week at this new outdoor venue while the weather is seasonal. The patio area pictured in the photograph, which fronts the stage, is non-smoking. There will be a cover charge in the venue. With Xidas Park adjacent to the venue, the live music can be enjoyed from the lit city park. Blue Steel’s long-time area musicians, who are a Banana Split Festival favorite, will perform between 9 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday.

A new outdoor, covered stage at The Escape in Wilmington will open with its first act Saturday night, May 27 when the regional band Blue Steel plays classic rock favorites. “We are bringing live music back to this corner,” said Mark Elliott, executive manager of The Escape. The goal is to have live music every week at this new outdoor venue while the weather is seasonal. The patio area pictured in the photograph, which fronts the stage, is non-smoking. There will be a cover charge in the venue. With Xidas Park adjacent to the venue, the live music can be enjoyed from the lit city park. Blue Steel’s long-time area musicians, who are a Banana Split Festival favorite, will perform between 9 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_stage_p_f-1.jpgA new outdoor, covered stage at The Escape in Wilmington will open with its first act Saturday night, May 27 when the regional band Blue Steel plays classic rock favorites. “We are bringing live music back to this corner,” said Mark Elliott, executive manager of The Escape. The goal is to have live music every week at this new outdoor venue while the weather is seasonal. The patio area pictured in the photograph, which fronts the stage, is non-smoking. There will be a cover charge in the venue. With Xidas Park adjacent to the venue, the live music can be enjoyed from the lit city park. Blue Steel’s long-time area musicians, who are a Banana Split Festival favorite, will perform between 9 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal