Live Music by The Pizazz Band!, Champagne Toasts, Party Favors, prizes and More!
Dance Only // Adv. $20.00 // Doors 7:30
V.I.P. Package Including Dinner and Dance // Adv. $50.00
V.I.P. Package Plus Hotel and Shuttle Also Available! See info for details.
V.I.P. with Hotel and Shuttle Package Details
Single Occupancy $172.00 // Double Occupancy $232.00 per couple at the Holiday Inn Main Street.
VIP access at 6:15pm,
Buffet Dinner starting at 6:30 pm, private bar, complimentary party favors and Champagne toast.
Shuttle to and from Holiday Inn by TK Party Bus.
Must call Phase 2 at 434-846-3206 to reserve reservations for the package.
Rap Artist DEE-1 lives with a mission and a simple credo - "In everything you do, be real, be righteous, and be relevant."
New Orleans native David Augustine, aka Dee-1, didn't start rapping until he was enrolled at Louisiana State University, but he proved to be a quick study. He released his first two mixtapes during the mid-2000s. The year he graduated from LSU and began teaching mathematics at a middle school, he released his third mixtape. In 2009, the same year he opted to stop teaching and focus on music, he self-released David & Goliath, his proper debut album, throughout which he maintained his down to earth underdog approach. Several additional mixtape releases followed, and his profile continually grew; 2012's The Focus Tape alone featured collaborations with Killer Mike, Mannie Fresh, and Juvenile. The year it was released, he made an appearance on HBO's Treme (season three, episode nine). Augustine signed to RCA Inspiration and released an EP, 3's Up, in 2015.
The way Corey Smith sees it, he owes a debt to his fans. And it's one he is determined to repay with his 10th album, While the Gettin' Is Good.
The project, released on Sugar Hill Records, marks the first time that the singer-songwriter, a wildly popular touring artist who has produced all of his past efforts, has turned over the reins to a bona fide country music producer in Keith Stegall. The result is Smith's most ambitious record yet, as well as a return on the investment made by the fans who have supported him since his first album in 2003.
VIP Doors: 6pm // GA Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
The BIGGEST Throwdown of 2018 comes to Phase 2 when Country Rap/Hick Hop Giants JAWGA BOYZ and BUBBA SPARXXX invade Lynchburg, Virginia for one incredible Good Time!
THE LACS sell out in Lynchburg every year, but 2018's Tour is by far their biggest Throwdown yet. Get your Tickets NOW before it Sells Out!
The LACS which is the famous short abbreviation of "the Loud Ass Crackers" are from the sandy dirt roads of Baxley, Georgia. Hip hop artist Clay "Uncle Snap" Sharpe and lead vocalist / guitarist Brian "Rooster" King have a blue collar background and have worked shutdowns with the union and framed many a house to earn enough money keep their music dreams alive. And ALIVE it is! Their HICK HOP and southern rock sound is stronger than the moonshine they drink. Fresh, Real, and a sign of the times, these country boys take urban vibes 4-wheelin' to the county line like no others.
VIP Doors: 6pm / GA Doors: 7pm / Show: 8pm
It is FINALLY Happening. Lynchburg Concerts and Phase 2 Welcomes the Long Awaited and Highly Requested Central Virginia Debut of UPCHURCH THE REDNECK.
In 2014, while hanging with some friends Ryan started creating videos as his character "Upchurch the Redneck" within four months time he gained over 100,000 fans. In less than a year he hit over a million fans on social media.
In some of his famous videos, Ryan would sing bits of his favorite country songs. Fans couldn’t get enough and would beg for more. In July, 2014 Ryan put out his first single "Raise Hell and Eat Cornbread" which started the RHEC craze. Before long, Ryan had his own RHEC clothing line. Redneck Nation quickly sponsored the clothing line and in no time RHEC merchandise became popular.
It seems everything Ryan touches turns to gold. He has such a kind heart and outgoing personally, he is just easy to love. In 2015, he joined the team of Rise & Stand to help the organization raise awareness about bullying and labeling. He spends a good majority of his time mentoring fans in need.
Recently, Ryan released his hick-hop rap album "Cheatham County." The album was in the top 25 before even hitting shelves.