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Title: Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper Concert
When: 01/20/2013 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Location: Appomattox High School, Appomattox, VA
Description: First concert in the annual Appomattox Bluegrass Concert Series. Support act: Dixie Hill Grass. Tickets are available at Carquest Auto Parts, Pickers Paradise & Appomattox High School in Appomattox, Taylor-Forbes Equipment in Farmville & at Lynchburg Music Center.
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