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Downtown Concert Series Joins Hurricane Relief Effort

Tickets for Saturday’s concert featuring harpist Bridget Kibbey are free for first responders and utility workers. Discounted tickets are available for concertgoers who bring a bag of non-perishable items.

Concertgoers are able to get back to some sense of normalcy after Hurricane Sandy with the continuation of the Downtown Concert Series.

According to a press release, the Downtown Concert Series wants to bring the community together again with the joy of music with this Saturday’s concert by harpist Bridget Kibbey.

As a thank you, the Downtown Concert Series is offering complimentary tickets to first responders and utility workers. They can acquire tickets the night of the performance by showing their ID’s. Those that want to help local relief organizations can purchase a discounted $10 ticket for the concert with a contribution of a bag of non-perishable items.

“Once again we are so pleased to present an artist that stretches the experience of our listeners and allows them to encounter the uniqueness and beauty of the harp in the hands of a true master. Bridget Kibbey truly brings ‘rarefied beauty’ to the stage, and it’s a privilege to host her in this series,” said Gail Reilly, chair of the Downtown Concert Series.

Kibbey will take the Downtown Concert Series stage on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter’s Church. Tickets for the concert are $25 and $10 for students 18 and younger. Seating is limited and tickets should be purchased in advance. Investors Bank, 21 West Main Street in Freehold, will host a reception after the concert.

For additional information and to purchase tickets please visit the Downtown Concert Series website at DowntownConcertSeries.org or call 732-431-8383.

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