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  • This is a test event for December 15th.
  • This is a test event for November 30th.
  • Come and celebrate the historic Lyric Theatre's 12th anniversary of its 2010 reopening with a special anniversary concert by the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performers THE DRIFTERS! Let the music move your soul as you shake, rattle, and roll to hit after hit, from "Up On The Roof" to "Under The Boardwalk."

    The Drifters, one of Rock & Roll’s founding vocal groups, is once again touring the U.S. under the auspices of their original management team. From their inception in the early 1950s and up until recently The Drifters had a symbiotic relationship with Rock & Roll legend George Treadwell, who's discovered and managed such famous artists as Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughn, and Nina Simone. The Treadwell Family was there when the original Drifters formed and was responsible for guiding their career through 20 years of uninterrupted hits that have made them the second most successful recording artist of all time, according to Billboard Magazine.

  • Join us for Frontrunners Lexington's Pride Run Lexington on Saturday, October 8, 2022 at 9am at Coldstream Park!

    Run, walk, skip, or stroll in this 3.1 mile chip timed race on the scenic trails at Coldstream Park. The race will feature 13 age groups, 3 gender categories (Male, Female & Non-Binary), top 3 finishers in each age/gender category will be awarded commemorative Pride Run Lexigton medals. Register for the 5K, 1 Mile Fun Walk, and/or Virtual Runner by September 16th, 2022, to be guaranteed a Pride Run T-shirt or Pride Run Water Bottle. (You will have the opportunity to choose this year!) There will be entertainment at the start & finish lines including a DJ, drag show, refreshments, local vendors, sponsors and non-profit tables handing out swag & resources.

    This event is presented by Frontrunners Lexington in partnership with the FCPS LGBTQ Advisory Committee. Event proceeds go directly to help support LGBTQ+ students, families, and allies by providing much needed resources, programming, GSA development & maintenance, activities, and student/teacher/administrative training throughout our local K-12 public schools.

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