Local Singer/Songwriter Free Concert Is July 8

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Chattanooga singers and songwriters Ben Honeycutt, Robby Hopkins and Preston Parris, hosted by Anthony Quails, will give a free acoustic concert on July 8. The concert is sponsored by the Chattanooga Songwriters Association.

Guests can meet the songwriters at 6:30 p.m. The concert begins at 7 p.m 

Admission is free and will be held at the Heritage House Arts and Civic Center, 1428 Jenkins Road. 

For additional details contact holley_c@chattanooga.gov or call 855-9474.


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