Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Christmas in the Shenandoah Valley ... holiday concert with the COACHMEN ... Staunton

Staunton musician Bob Campbell, founding member of the Coachmen singing group, summed it up best while talking about Christmas:
"We love Christmas. We love Christmas music. We want to spread the reminder of what Christmas really is -- the birth of Christ -- and the good feeling of Christmas that we'd like to see the world have year 'round."
Bob and the Coachmen will perform a Christmas concert this Sunday, December 16, at the Dixie Theater in historic downtown Staunton. Two shows, at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m., will offer a taste of the holidays with all sorts of holiday music from the toe-tapping "Winter Wonderland" to sacred Christmas tunes such as the Campbell-authored "I'll Be Thankful Lord" to other traditional holiday favorites.

Bob urged all to bring their families and said there was something for everyone whether you're six or 80. Knowing Bob, I know it will be a concert well worth seeing and will certainly put anyone in the holiday spirit.

Tickets are $10 for adults; $5 for children ages 6-12; children under 5 are free. Advance tickets are available at the Dixie Box Office on Beverley Street in Staunton, at the door on the day of the show, or can be reserved by calling (540) 885-6230.

I would suggest you make a reservation because these popular shows often sell out ... and you do not want to miss such a musical treat.

Read more in the Waynesboro News Virginian.

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