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The Late Risers Perform New Orleans-Style Jazz at the PCA


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Parish Center for the Arts. (Photo/WestfordCAT)

The Late Risers are bringing their New Orleans-style high energy jazz to The Parish Center for the Arts in Westford on Saturday, January 28, 2023 at 7:30PM. The Late Risers perform music of the 1920s-40s and original compositions inspired by this American musical tradition. Whether playing at concert halls, swing dances or while strolling the streets of Boston, the Late Risers elicit smiling faces and dancing feet from their audiences. Check out their energy in this video at  https://thelaterisers.bandcamp.com. More info about The Late Risers on their WEBSITE at http://www.thelaterisers.com/

TICKETS are available in advance at pcawestford.org for $20 general public and $17 for PCA members/seniors; and also available at the door (cash/credit). Doors open at 7:00PM, show starts at 7:30PM. 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).

About the Parish Center for the Arts:

The PCA is a private, non-profit arts center located in a historic building on the town common in Westford, Massachusetts. A fine art gallery, a concert hall, a dance hall, or a general purpose hall for your private recital or family event, the PCA offers many ways to celebrate the fine and performing arts in a convenient and family-friendly venue. Built in 1829, our historic space is charming, intimate and has a capacity for up to 125 people. There isn’t a bad seat in the house!

A volunteer-run organization, we receive no government funding for our operations – we are funded by donations, event revenues, and private rentals. Become a member or learn more about our volunteer opportunities.

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