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Concert planned for tonight at Community Center

Published on Thursday, July 11, 2019

Concert planned for tonight at Community Center

The City of Bennettsville will continue the 2 Hours From Anywhere Concert Series with a performance by PaperWork tonight, July 11.  The concert, originally planned for on the lawn of the Murchison School, will be held at the Bennettsville Community Center due to the threat of rain.
The concert is free to the public.  Bring your chairs and coolers and sit back and enjoy the musical stylings of this Myrtle Beach party band.
Paperwork was a big hit in their Bennettsville premier last summer, performing prior to the Independence Day fireworks show.  PaperWork is a high-energy party band that covers tunes from groups ranging from Snoop Dogg to Lynyrd Skynyrd, Michael Jackson to Jimi Hendrix. 
They also play a selection of original tunes in their own sense of “futuristic funk.”
Food vendors will also be on-site to provide concessions.
The next event will be a performance by beach music and Motown legends The Tams on July 25.

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