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Music in the Hall at Woodson Ridge and Water Valley

Music in the Hall will take place in this space above B.T.C. Grocery in Water Valley this Friday night, June 7.
Music in the Hall will take place in this space above B.T.C. Grocery in Water Valley this Thursday night, June 6.

Local music series ventures to new locations

Oxford’s intimate pocket concert series Music in the Hall is most often held and filmed in space on the Oxford Square, but has also done episodes at Bottletree Bakery and in personal homes. This week, MITH will venture outside the city limits with two shows—one in space above B.T.C. Grocery in Water Valley on Thursday, June 6, and another at Woodson Ridge Farms on Friday, June 7. Click the links for directions.

The Water Valley show will include:

Morgan Pennington

Deux Filles de Sangin

Tenants

The Minor Adjustments

The Woodson Ridge show will include light hors d’oeuvres with music from:

Belle Adair (Muscle Shoals)

Morgan Pennington

Deux Filles de Sangin

Admission for each show is $15. “You can get both shows and a MITH sampler DVD for $25 if you purchase tickets in advance,” says Music in the Hall founder Daniel Morrow. “The free DVD (60 minute run time) is also available for free to all Sustaining Backers and anyone who purchases a single ticket in advance.

Show times are 7:30 both nights. Doors open at 7.

Click here to Purchase Tickets.

— Tad Wilkes

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