Weekends at Nemacolin are filled with live music during the summer months and holidays. Adding extra delights to one’s stay, most of the toe-tapping, guitar-strumming, key-tickling, and bagpipe-bellowing events are also available to members and overnight guests at no additional charge — except for the swill-sipping choices of the evening.
When you stay at Nemacolin on August 14 and 15, you’ll be treated to five celebrated performers at the Inaugural Songwriters Festival. These are some of the industry’s best, and you’ll hear their stories, learn about their creative process, and lean into their music. Members of The Woodlands Club will also enjoy a meet-and-greet time with the artists — one of many perks of membership.
Stay at Nemacolin on the evening of September 8, and you’ll be wooed by the Italian trio Il Volo. Coming off a worldwide tour, Nemacolin is the first stop on their American tour. They’ve reveled in hundreds of sold-out concert venues, and you’ll be able to romance and dance the night away with us at The Peak.
If your getaway plans don’t cross paths with these complimentary concert events, you’ll still find a number of melodious options on Fridays and Saturdays at the resort. Live music is usually found in the early evening hours at The Chateau, where you can sip in style, and enjoy the elegant atmosphere of the lobby before dinner.
If you have a reservation for Lautrec on those same evenings, passionate vocal classics are often a part of the delectable ambiance.
Not to be missed at Falling Rock is the kilted bagpiper who strolls along the paths around the 18th hole of Mystic Rock and the 9th hole of Shepherd’s Rock. The legendary sounds carry across the Laurel Highlands as listeners indulge on the terrace just outside the Amber Bar. Inside Falling Rock, a vocalist, guitarist, or pianist will play through the dinner hours in the lobby. It’s the perfect setting to enjoy an Amber Bar aperitif before your Aqueous reservation.
If you’ve decided to go for a casual dinner in your cabana, The Peak offers live music all weekend long. A typical weekend offers upbeat sounds on Friday and Saturday evenings with a dance band or DJ during the daytime, too. It’s the perfect place to shimmy up to the swim-up bar or to watch the sun set on the horizon across the mountains.
The fun doesn’t stop at sundown. The Tavern is your place for late-night tunes and 1800s billiards. When you finish dinner at Barattolo or Rockwell’s, head to the resort’s classic American-pub atmosphere for dessert, an after-hours dinner, or some shareable apps until midnight.