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Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse Celebrates 30 Years of Acoustic Music
Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse, a non-profit, volunteer-run, church-based live music venue in North Dallas, will mark its 30th anniversary this November with a stellar lineup of shows.
“It’s hard to believe we've doing weekly concerts for thirty years and we’re still going strong,” said Mike Hall, co-Manager of Uncle Calvin’s for the past four years. “We’
Tickets to the first of the Friday-night shows go on sale on September 5, and then every week after that. A special package deal is also available for all four concerts, including a free souvenir T-Shirt and CD. Tickets are available at www.unclecalvins.org.
30th Anniversary Concert Series Schedule
November 2 Albert & Gage Terri Hendrix, Brooks Williams ($25/$30)
November 9 Eliza Gilkyson, Kevin Welch, Gretchen Peters ($25/$30)
November 16 Tom Prasada-Rao & Cary Cooper, Markley & Balmer, Eric Folkerth, Bill Nash ($10/$12)
November 20 Closed for Thanksgiving
November 27 The Laws, Jack Williams, Beth Wood ($25/$30)
About Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse
Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse is a non-profit, volunteer-run live music venue, featuring weekly concerts by some of the most talented singer/songwriters and groups in the country. Located in the fellowship hall of Northpark Presbyterian Church, Uncle Calvin’s donates its net revenues from concert performances to a variety of local charities. Known as one of the best possible listening environments in the Dallas/Ft Worth area, Calvin’s prides itself on clear, pristine sound, in a room free of smoke, alcohol and conversation. Over the past thirty years,Calvin’
On the Web: www.unclecalvins.org