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DuPont Brass’ Rhythm & Grills Cookout: Livestream

DuPont Brass is heating up for their much anticipated 75-minute set tailored to celebrate Memorial Day. The set will feature all of the elements that we love about the Memorial Day Cookout! From a grill, to the food, to the patriotic decorum. This show will be reminiscent of “back in the day”- bringing the outside cookout indoors at sunset and keeping the party going with your closest loved ones! Current and Retired Military: Please contact for a special military personnel discount.

Monday, May 31, 2021
8:00 PM EDT

This is a livestream performance only. Tickets (starting at $15) and additional information available at

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