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Jamestown Jams Concert Series Returns

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JAMES CITY-James City will host three monthly concerts this summer as part of the Jamestown Jams Concert Series at Jamestown Beach Event Park on Jamestown Road.

The series kicks off Friday, July 30, with a live performance by the popular jazz band Good Shot Judy. The band will perform from 6pm to 7:30pm.

Guests can bring their own picnic or purchase food from the scheduled onsite food trucks, which will be The Skrimp Truck, Virginia Diner, and Sno-to-Go. Williamsburg Winery will also be on site serving fine wine.

Other acts in the Jamestown Jams concert series include The 1980s tribute band The Deloreans on Friday, August 27, and Baxter & The Sauce on Friday, September 24.

Admission to the concerts is free. The entrance opens at 5:30 pm, Chairs, blankets, and dancing shoes are encouraged. Snacks, picnics, and non-alcoholic drinks are also permitted.

James City County will present the Jamestown Jams concert series in partnership with The Arc of Greater Williamsburg. For more information, contact Angie Sims at parks.rec@jamescitycountyva.gov or call 757-259-5403.

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