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Port Warwick Summer Concert Series Returns

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NEWPORT NEWS-The Virginia Health Services Summer Concert Series at Port Warwick returns for the season beginning on June 2.

The concerts will be held Wednesday evenings June 2-August 25 from 6pm to 9pm. Popular jazz band Good Shot Judy will open the series. The remainder of the June lineup includes Brasswind on June 9; The Wampler Brothers on June 16; Slapnation on June 23; and the U.S. Fleet Forces band on June 30 in honor of Independence Day.

Concerts will be held rain or shine. For a complete list of scheduled performers throughout the summer, click here.

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