2019 Performers

Imagine Circus shares circus magic at public and private events through innovative, collaborative, cirque-inspired performances. They transform every event into an unforgettable experience.  Their creative management team has more than a decade of experience producing shows and creating elaborate ambient entertainment. As the caliber of their performances has evolved, so has their desire to promote high quality acts and create next-level shows and events. The idea for Imagine Circus came as a logical next step to elevate the professionalism of performances, focusing on details including choreography, transitions, costuming, makeup, stage lighting, music, rigging safety, client experience, and performer growth. The three merged their previous production companies, AcroEntertainment and Flair in 2017 to create Imagine Circus. As performers, the trio has collaborated for over eight years, pushing the edge of circus talent in the Triangle area and expanding their influence beyond North Carolina, from Georgia to South Carolina to Tennessee to Virginia. By combining collaboration and cooperation, emphasizing innovation, fostering artistic growth, and creating a platform for self expression, Imagine Circus provides the highest quality cirque-style entertainment! 







The Judy Chops have been wowing audiences with deft musicianship and a high-energy, passionate live show for over a decade. With a unique take on 'Americana,' their sound is afusion of modern and vintage musical styles, comprising elements of swing, blues, rock, and soul for a sonic experience Huffington Post calls 'genre-defying!' Formed in 2008 by a set of musical sisters and two long-time musical friends as an acoustic roots music project, the band has matured into an electrified mixed-gender septet that delights audiences young, and old. With 4 albums under their belt, and a steady touring schedule, what began as a Shenandoah Valley favorite has evolved into one of the hottest acts in the Virginia music scene. 




After Jack is a musical celebration of togetherness. Named 2014 Americana Vocal Group of the Year by the Appalachian Cultural Music Association, the trio combines expressive songwriting, captivating vocals and a unique take on traditional mountain music. Combine your most beloved musical memories with a foot-stomping string band and top it off with harmonies that spring straight from the soul of the mountains, and you’ve got After Jack. 





The One Voice Project 

The One Voice Project is a group of passionate youth artists dedicated to using their music to make a positive impact on the world. They travel through schools, festivals and other events speaking out against bullying and spreading a message of kindness and love. A product of Stages Music School in downtown Princeton, these youngsters light up our neighborhood with their creativity and passion. 




Long Point String Band is an Old-Time Acoustic “Neo-Traditional” outfit from southern W.V. Blending the authenticity of Old-Time Mountain Music, with the flare  of bluegrass, they play musical selections from West Virginia old-time and bluegrass pioneers. The group consists of the virtuosic stylings of Hunter Walker, Brian C. Bell, Lewis Prichard, Lars Swanson and Tessa Dillon. Most recently, the LPSB was honored to take home the 1st place blue ribbon in the Old-Time Band category, at the 2017 Tazewell Old-Time and Bluegrass Fiddler’s Convention.