St. Charles Welcomes Local R&B Band, Tomorrow's Time, for Final Sunset Concert Thursday, Aug. 27th at 7PM

Tue, 2015-08-18 14:03 kwidmayer

The St. Charles Companies welcomes Tomorrow’s Time band for a free concert on Thursday, August 27th at 7:00 PM at the O’Donnell Lake waterfront venue. The performance caps this year's Sunset Concert Festival, closing out a successful season of free music for the entire family.

Hailing from Maryland and DC, Tomorrow’s Time band captivates audiences with their stunning renditions of classic old school R&B and funk music in the mold of the original artists -- leaving room for their authentic approach to the songs. Founded in 2009, the band covers not only the chart topping singles of the 70's, 80's, but also the deep album cuts not ordinarily heard on the radio today. Anchored by an energetic beat and thumping bass, the band’s repertoire spans several music genres to include rock, pop, soul and R&B slow jams. In 2011, Tomorrow's Time was featured in the June 2011 edition, "Inside the Capitol" of Power Play magazine.

St. Charles has teamed up with Boston’s in 2015 for a new and exciting way to enjoy the Sunset Concert Festival, with the opportunity to order a delicious dinner ahead of the concert and pick it up just before the music starts! Check out the variety of fun, concert-friendly fare at www.stcharlesmd.com/concertmenu. Food from Boston's will also be available for purchase at the concert.

The Sunset Concert Festival is a summer-long festival sponsored by The St. Charles Companies.

For more information, visit us on Facebook at stcharlesmd. Bands perform on the boardwalk, which is in the center of the community. Plenty of free parking is available and concert goers are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs for seating. Coolers are permitted, but alcohol and glass containers are prohibited. Concerts will end at dusk and all performances are free and open to the public. O’Donnell Lake is located at the intersection of St. Patrick’s Drive and Smallwood Drive in St. Charles, behind the movie theater and St. Charles Towne Center.

Directions: From Route 301, turn onto Smallwood Drive West. Go through two lights, and O’Donnell Lake will be on your right, just past Sears Automotive. For directions using internet-based map programs, use the address 10400 O’Donnell Place.

St. Charles, MD is the best-selling new home community in Southern Maryland and is considered one of the most successful master planned communities in the Country, recently ranked 42nd by industry data firm, John Burns Real Estate Consulting, in their independent ranking of the Top Selling Master Planned Communities of 2014 across the nation. Over the past few years, St. Charles was featured several times in The Washington Post and was profiled alongside the Washington area’s top master planned communities in The Washington Times (Master-Planned Towns, Age 50, Innovative Still). St. Charles has achieved record-level sales in recent years as buyers and renters recognize the advantages of a mixed-use community with unique features such as the Regency Furniture Stadium, the new West Waldorf library, and the new St. Charles High School. Named by CNN’s Money Magazine as one of the top twenty small cities to live in America, St. Charles is known for its diverse and abundant neighborhoods, lively retail centers, recreational opportunities and excellent schools.  St. Charles appeals to all ages and lifestyles and was named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the nation’s top bargains for places to retire.  St. Charles invites you to like us on Facebook at St. Charles MD or visit us at www.stcharlesmd.com.

The St. Charles Companies includes American Community Properties Trust, The Apartments of St. Charles, American Land Development and St. Charles Community, LLC. The St. Charles Companies’ lines of business include the residential and commercial development of St. Charles, a 9,100 acre planned community in Charles County, Maryland and the ownership of an operating apartment portfolio of approximately 2,500 units in St. Charles.