ENVISION at Tanglewood Park

Arts Council to hold free and family friendly concert July 24, 2022


Winston-Salem, NC (July 19, 2022) – Forsyth County Government and Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County will host ENVISION at Tanglewood Park on Sunday, July 24, 2022, from 5 pm – 8 pm as part of its seventh annual Summer Parks Concert Series.


Founded in 1997 by Michael Thomas (Vocalist), ENVISION also consists of four female vocalists – Sylvania Wilder, Michelle Scales, Iris Daye, and Charlene Legette. The instrumentation of the backing band consists of Leroy Roberson (Musical Director) on Bass, Herb Stephens on Guitar, Vincent Crenshaw on Keyboard, and Matthew Parrish on Drums. The horn section consists of C. Michael Hinson (Trombone), James Armstrong (Trumpet), and Chris Evernham (Saxophone).

ENVISION’s set list includes music from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and leading up to present day. Their performance genres include R&B, Beach, Motown/Oldies, Pop, Dance, Funk, and Jazz.

ENVISION has performed as opening acts for celebrities such as Jordan Sparks, The S.O.S. Band, Kem and Marsha Ambrosius, and Tom Joyner.


During the concert, families are encouraged to enjoy free art activities sponsored by Publix Charities. Featured food trucks for the July 24th concert include Uptown Pizza, Smokin’ BBQ Chateau, Wutyasay, Brash Brownies, and CC’s NY-Style Icee.


The featured community partners are the North Carolina Black Repertory Company, Royal Curtain Drama Guild, and Senior Services.


2022 marks the seventh season for the Summer Parks Concert Series which is a collaborative presentation by Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County and Forsyth County Government. All concerts are free and family friendly. Food trucks and refreshments will be available for purchase. Gates open at 4pm and concerts start at 5pm.


Tanglewood Park: 4061 Clemmons Rd., Clemmons, NC 27012


Series partners include Publix Super Markets Charities, Best of Winston, WFDD, WSNC, WTOB, YES! Weekly, Foothills, RH Barringer, and Raffaldini Vineyards.


Concerts and parking at both parks are free. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs and may bring a picnic or patronize food trucks onsite. Refreshments such as water, beer and wine are available for purchase with all proceeds supporting Arts Council. No outside alcohol is permitted.


One remaining concert will take place at 5pm:

  • August 14: The Collection at Triad Park