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Port Warwick Jazz On The Square Begins September 5

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NEWPORT NEWS-Port Warwick is bringing back Jazz on the Square this September.

Each Sunday afternoon starting September 5, guests are invited to visit Styron Square in Port Warwick to listen to live music during the free concert series from 3pm to 6pm. Attendees should bring a lawn chair or blanket as well as a picnic, or enjoy food from food trucks or nearby restaurants.

Scheduled artists for Jazz on the Square include Matt Lockhart, September 5; Tim Lett Quartet, September 12; Jennifer Gammill Quarter, September 19; and Liz Terrell Quartets, September 26.

Port Warwick is also partnering with Southeastern Virginia Health System to provide a mobile covid-19 vaccination clinic during the concert series.  For additional information, visit www.portwarwickjazz.com.

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