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Charlotte Blues Society's Holiday Concert & Party
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Date: December 2, 2012
Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
The Double Door Inn
1218 Charlottetowne Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28204

Phone: 704-376-1446
Email: info@charlottebluessociety.org


The Charlotte Blues Society presents "Chocolate Thunder" for it's Annual Holiday Party at the Historic Double Door Inn Blues Club. Doors open at 7:00 PM, Music starts 8:00 PM. Hospitality table provided or bring a favorite Holiday dish. CBS Members – $5.00, Non-members – $8.00.


The CHARLOTTE BLUES SOCIETY (CBS) is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the American Blues tradition through the presentation of concerts, forums, educational programs and support of local musicians in Charlotte and the surrounding areas. CBS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors and operated by an all-volunteer staff. CBS is an affiliated member of The Blues Foundation, the umbrella organization for a worldwide network of 165 affiliated Blues societies and has individual memberships around the globe.

www.CharlotteBluesSociety.org




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