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48 Hrs To Win Tickets to See the 19th Street Band- Comment to Win

2 Written by: | Wednesday, Jul 24, 2013 1:52pm

Summer Concert Series JULY 27: 19th Street Band

If you haven’t spent a summer evening in the gardens of Ladew, listening to the sweet sounds of one of our local bands, you’re really missing out.  Now is your chance to win a pair of tickets.  This Sunday, Ladew will host the 19th St Band from D.C., and would they would love to see you there!  Leave a note below on why you’d like to spend the night Groovin’ in the Grass.  Winners will be selected Friday, and tickets will be available at the Admissions table Sunday evening.  Good Luck!

The 19th Street Band is a Washington D.C. based group best known for their enthusiasm and ability to entertain any crowd!  Whether you’re young or maybe just young-at-heart, The 19th Street Band serves up an eclectic mix of both modern and classic tunes that is sure to please the masses!  Their style can best be described as an acoustic mix of popular Rock, Country, Celtic, and Bluegrass songs.  Moreover, each member of the band is classically trained in music and offers their vocal talents to create a great mix of styles and perfectly blended harmonies!

Ladew for July

 

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