The 14th annual Wine, Women, and Song festival

. January 2, 2016.

Uncork your ears and wine bottles for the 14th annual Wine, Women, and Song festival going on at the Kerrytown Concert House. This five-day cabaret concert extravaganza features 12 performers from all walks of life coming together to put on an incredible show for men and women alike. Performers include Wendy Bloom, Director of the Flint Festival Chorus at the Flint Institute of Music, Deanna Relyea, Artistic Director of the Kerrytown Concert House,  Linda Beaupre,  founding member of The Black Sheep Repertory Theatre in Manchester, and many more. A concert house tradition, tickets for this event go fast, so make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy an evening of entertainment mixed with perfect wine pairings. Through February 6. 

8pm Fridays, January 29 & February 5
8pm Saturdays, January 30 & February 6
3pm Sunday, January 31
$20-$50
Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N. Fourth Ave.
734-769-2999 | kerrytownconcerthouse.com

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