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Innsbrook After Hours gets new promoters

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

Big changes are in store for the Innsbrook After Hours concert series - but the people behind it are hoping it won't impact you at all.

A confusing post on the concert series Facebook page made some think Innsbrook After Hours was coming to an end.

It isn't going anywhere; it will just be run by a different group of people.

The concert's former promoters, James River Entertainment, posted on Facebook that they would no longer be connected to the event.

The group that operates the venue, the Innsbrook Foundation, has decided to work with new promoters. It will mean a different experience but one the Innsbrook Foundation promises will be all positive.

"They will be bigger and better," said Yvonne Nelson for the Innsbrook Foundation. "As far as what people have come to know in terms of national acts and the very best in entertainment, that will remain in the same."

The new man in charge will be Larry Creegar, the new managing producer of Innsbrook After Hours.

Brad Wells from James River Entertainment said that his company's vision for the series outgrew what Innsbrook was looking for. Innsbrook said they hope to remain a special mid-week entertainment destination for Richmonders for years to come.

This summer's line up should be released soon.

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