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The Gospel Connection to play at PCA this weekend

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WESTFORD — The following press release was sheared with WestfordCAT on behalf of the Parish Center for the Arts.

The Gospel Connection with Suzanne Buell and her 7-piece band will debut at Parish Center for the Arts on Saturday, November 5, 2022 at 8PM. Join us for a journey through traditional spirituals and stirring gospel music that will move you to get up and dance.
TICKETS are available in advance at pcawestford.org for $25 general public and $21 for PCA members/seniors; and also available at the door (cash/credit).
There will be candlelit cafe-style seating and attendees are encouraged to BYO snacks/drinks. Free Street Parking available along Lincoln St., at the former fire station parking lot on the right, and across the street in JV Fletcher library parking lot (in rear of library).
Join Suzanne and her extraordinary group of singers and musicians in this most recent evolution of her journey through traditional spirituals and stirring gospel music.
Not only does Suzanne explore the roots of the traditional spiritual and historic gospel that defined the Civil Rights movement, but also the musical connections that inspire contemporary artists.
You’ll be moved to dance and sing along to music by Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Mavis Staples, Aretha Franklin, Ruthie Foster, Tom Jones, Mike Farris, Marc Cohn, Bob Dylan, and so many more.
Don’t miss this stunning musical experience!
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TICKETS:
Advanced at www.pcawestford.org
$25 GA, $21 Members/Seniors
DOORS: open 7:30PM via the side entrance of PCA, on the Boston Rd side. Show starts at 8:00PM.
SEATING: Cafe-style table seating on first-come basis.
BYOB (drinks and appetizers).
PARKING: available at the former fire station parking lot, JV Fletcher library, and along Lincoln Street.
ACCESSIBILITY: There is a LIFT near the side entrance for those who cannot climb stairs.

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