HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Innsbrook After Hours, a popular concert series that has gone on for years in Glen Allen, could soon be forced out. 

8News spoke with locals, some who said they don’t want the music and fun to leave the area, about the possible relocation. 

“They have headliners there all the time and it’s an activity that brings people from all ages together which is very nice,” Chuck, a Henrico County resident, said. 

Performances, from the likes of Nelly, Chase Rice, Ludacris and Dustin Lynch, have happened at Innsbrook After Hours for 34 years. The venue, located on Lake Brook Drive in Glen Allen, could change.

“No, don’t want it to move,” said Chuck.

Organizers behind Innsbrook After Hours after scouting new venues in Henrico, Chesterfield and Goochland. 

“I would love it if they changed it to Goochland because there’s honestly not a lot out there,” said Jason Futrell, a Goochland resident. 

“Goochland wouldn’t be bad, but if they’re gonna move to Chesterfield, I rather they find another local more local to Henrico, West End,” said a Henrico resident named Carol. 

Property owners are looking to develop the current event space into something new. This is why this could be the last year the region’s largest concert series takes place in Innsbrook. 

“To lose that because of development, doesn’t make any sense,” Carol told 8News. 

“The reality is that we do have a concert series to run and we want to find the most adequate place to put it to serve our patrons the best, that’s the most important thing,” said Larry Creeger, the executive producer of the Innsbrook Concert Series.

Creeger told 8News they’d love to stay in Innsbrook if they can work it out. 

An announcement on whether or not Innsbrook After Hours gets a new venue will be made in the fall. 

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