- Join us on Friday May 24 for the opening night of the 2013 Moses Automotive Live on the Levee free concert series at Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston.
- The first night headline band are Charleston band, the VooDoo Katz.
- The first band to appear in our 2013 season and supporting the VooDoo Katz are local favorites 600lbs of Sin! Start time is 6:30pm!
The Moses Automotive Live on the Levee concert series is held at Haddad Riverfront Park on the Boulevard in Charleston. There is easy access from I-64 and visitors will find ample parking close to the park.More...
Moses Automotive Live on the Levee is an outdoor concert series presented by the City of Charleston, WV. The event features live music of various styles, in a welcoming family friendly atmosphere.More...
Moses Automotive Live on the Levee supports five local charities that have a strong emphasis on homelessness.More...
The City of Charleston is grateful for the support of many local businesses and individuals whose financial contributions make the Moses Automotive Live on the Levee event such a big success.More...
Good Fun for a Good Cause
Cincinnati’s beautiful River Queen sternwheeler returns to FestivALL Charleston 2013 for cruises and the River Taxi to University of Charleston. Keep checking the website for the 2013 schedule.
The Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau extends a warm welcome to you and your family. Visit the CVB website here.
Festivall: "It’s a place and event where you can stroll and be happy, where you can look at art, hear music, watch street performers, and just mingle with people. You never quite know what treat will be up the street, what sight will bring delight.' - Wonderful West Virginia magazine
The 10th annual Moses Automotive Live on the Levee less than three months away
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A new fixture at Haddad Riverfront park is coming along quite nicely. A new 400-foot-long dock should be completed within the next few weeks, Charleston City Engineer Chris Knox said. Amherst Madison, the Charleston company tasked with demolishing the old dock and installing the new, will bring a barge back to the park next Monday, Knox said. The contractor's portion of the project should be completed about a week after that, Knox said.