UNION — The summer concert season at Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery will conclude on Labor Day weekend with performances by the Marcus King Band on Sept. 1 and James McMurtry on Sept. 2.

The Marcus King Band starts the weekend off, with what King calls “soul-influenced psychedelic Southern rock.” Raised in Greenville, South Carolina, King was brought up on the blues, playing shows as a pre-teen sideman with his father—bluesman Marvin King, who himself was the son of a regionally-known guitarist—before striking out on his own. The Marcus King Band broadens his sound, touching upon everything from funky R&B to Southern soul and Americana in the process.

James McMurtry returns for a fourth time to Savage Oakes. He will appear with his full band on Saturday. The longtime Austin, Texas resident continues riding waves of universal acclaim for his latest offering, “Complicated Game.” McMurtry tours year-round and consistently throws down unparalleled powerhouse performances. Opening for McMurtry will be Maine singer/songwriter Jason Spooner.

Both shows begin at 7 p.m. with gates opening at 5. A menu of farm-to-table fare will be available along with a variety of Maine craft beverages. Admission is festival style with guests encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs.

Tickets are $15 for Marcus King and $20 for James McMurtry, in advance.

Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery is located at 175 Barrett Hill Road, just off Route 17. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.savageoakes.com or call 785-2828.