The amphitheater is installed--we are ready for Dock at the Rock 2011!
We are excited about Dock at the Rock coming up this Saturday, May 14th! We are busy putting together some last minute details, and wanted to pass on some information.
First of all if you need directions to Silverock Cove, this link will direct you from I-65.
We are raising money for Black Warrior Riverkeerper, and there is a $20 Day Pass for the event which covers barbecue and the crawfish boil. In addition, we are asking that guests bring an item for tornado relief efforts for our neighbors in Walker County that have been affected by the recent storms. According to the collection efforts in Dora, there is a need for new clothes (especially socks), non-perishable food items, paper products, cleaning supplies (including mops and buckets), diapers and any other appropriate donations.
Any item is welcomed and we will deliver the goods to help those in Cordova, Carbon Hill and Dora that are rebuilding their homes, churches and places of business. Please spread the word to help in our collection efforts.
We are excited about the great food lined up–Hog Wild Barbecue will have the pit set up and they’ll be serving at noon. Red Mountain Crawfish will have their tent up and tables ready to go in the evening. Food is included in the day pass.
Also, Rambo Marine will be taking guests out on their new line of boats for wakeboarding demos. Nelson Brooke of Black Warrior Riverkeeper will be leading tours in the Riverkeeper patrol boat. And the pool will be open all day.
The musicians will get started at noon at the amphitheater. The schedule is as follows:
Dillon Hodges 12 P.M.
Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil 2 P.M.
Jon Black 5 P.M.
Paul Burch 7 P.M.
Special thanks to our sponsors Aliant Bank, Rambo Marine and Red Mountain Crawfish Co. for helping us put on this great fundraiser. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday!