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Brett Hughes and That Bluegrass Band play in Lincoln

BRETT HUGHES AND That Bluegrass Band

The Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road presents local all-stars Brett Hughes (guitar), Matt Flinner (mandolin), Caleb Elder (fiddle), Pat Melvin (bass) and Jake Schepps (banjo). The group will perform on Saturday, May 7 at Burnham Hall in Lincoln. This concert kicks off RCCH 27th year.

The band will play two sets, beginning at 7:30 p.m. There will be no open mic. All audience members must show proof of vaccination and wear masks at all times while inside the Burnham. Refreshments — baked goods, coffee and lemonade — will be available downstairs during the break.

The coffee house will be selling advance tickets as well as welcoming walk-ins.  Ticket prices are: general admission $15; generous admission $20-$25, or pay what you can. To buy advance tickets, visit the coffee house webpage at rcch.org/upcoming-shows. The show will also be available streamed on Facebook (@RiptonCommunityCoffeeHouse) and YouTube (youtube.com/channel/UCcSnJFnrCSkChHtTzzxDMVw). For more information, email [email protected].

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