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Three Jolly Coachmen’s Coffee House Kicks Off Second Concert Series Benefitting Local Charities

The Three Jolly Coachmen, from left: Greg Davy, Gary Allen, Joe Duggan, bassist Andy Petkofsky.

WILLIAMSBURG — The second season of the Three Jolly Coachmen’s Coffee House concert series, benefitting local charities, kicks off Fri., Sept. 8 with a performance by host group The Three Jolly Coachmen at Bruton Parish Episcopal Church’s Lewis Hall.

The group sings in tribute to the Kingston Trio. A portion of ticket sales and 100% of all drink donations will be donated to the Williamsburg Area Meals On Wheels, according to the organizers.

Lewis Hall, Bruton Parish Episcopal Church’s fellowship hall, is located at 331 W. Duke of Gloucester St. Showtime is 7:30 p.m.; doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Free parking will be available on Duke of Gloucester Street in front of the Bruton Parish Gift Shop and in front of Bruton Parish Church on the night of the performance, organizers said.

Tickets are $30 for a table seat, which includes a complimentary glass of wine, refreshments and wait service; and $20 for a concert seat, or row seats behind the tables, which includes refreshments.

Local artist Michael D. Jones of Magic Bear Art, who will have some of his art on display the evening of the performance, will be the Coffee House’s special guest.

The Coffee House concluded its first season on July 14, selling out five of its six performances and resulting in more than $6,000 in donations to various Williamsburg-area charities.

The coming season will feature two more performances by the Three Jolly Coachmen, a “Hootenanny Night,” a “jazz jam” featuring the Tony Mata Trio and Celtic band Poisoned Dwarf.

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