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The sounds of authentic 19th-century American music will fill the air in Gettysburg for the 21st Annual Gettysburg Music Muster. The free events features ballads, folk songs, popular songs of the day, field music and marches, along dances popular during the Civil War era.
Gettysburg Music Muster performers this year are the Fort Delaware Cornet Band, the Irish Volunteer David Kincaid, Steve and Lisa Ball, the Libby Prison Minstrels, the 77th New York Regimental Balladeers, the Susquehanna Travellers, the 46th Pennsylvania Regiment Band (Logan’s Guards), and the Victorian Dance Ensemble.
The music will begin on Friday afternoon, August 11, underneath the tent on the front lawn of the Gettysburg National Military Park Visitor Center.
Performances continue on Saturday, August 12, both inside and outside the Museum & Visitor Center, at the courtyard of the Dobbin House, located at 89 Steinwehr Ave., and the Pennsylvania Memorial, Tour Stop #12 on the park map.
The Music Muster will end Gettysburg National Military Park’s summer programs season, which offered more than 130 programs a week. Fall programs will begin August 14.
For more information contact: John Nicholas, email@example.com, 717-338-4431.