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The American Dance Festival has packed up for the season -- its season shortened by one week due to declining philanthropy, WRAL notes, though ticket sales have been up, perhaps due to the presence of the DPAC in the mix? -- but you're not at a loss for downtown summer entertainment just yet.

Downtown's Warehouse Blues series kicked off this past Friday; a partnership between Durham Parks & Rec, the Music Maker Relief Foundation, and West Village, the series brings the blues downtown with summertime Friday concerts from 6-8 pm in a courtyard off Morgan St. at the renovated tobacco factories.

The remaining performances for this summer include:

  • July 31: Drink Small with Profit and Sandridge
  • August 7: John Dee Holeman with Abe Reid and Jake Hollifield
  • August 14: Adolphus Bell and Dr. Burt
  • August 21: Mudcat
  • August 28: Boo Hanks and George Higgs
  • September 4: Cool John Ferguson



So glad to hear that the Warehouse Series is back. Can't wait to see Cool John Ferguson on Sept 4. He always puts on an outstanding show.


There is one schedule change:

Cool John Ferguson will be playing on August 14 and Mudcat will be playing on September 4


Oops I meant to write that Cool John is on August 21 and Mudcat will be playing on September 4 - my bad

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