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Three Williamsburg Concerts Planned As Part Of The Virginia Arts Festival

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WILLIAMSBURG-The Virginia Arts Festival returns this summer with a special Williamsburg Live event June 18-20.

Williamsburg Live will take place on the lawns of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg and will include three concerts: Chris Thile on Friday, June 18; Leyla McCalla on Saturday, June 19; and The Lone Bellow on Sunday, June 20.

In addition to Williamsburg Live, Virginia Arts Festival will include performances by Abbie Gardner on June 26 and Mipso on June 27, both at the Bank Street Stage in Norfolk.

For ticket information, visit  https://www.vafest.org/.

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