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Brazilian samba, Spanish flamenco, American tap and Hollywood dance moves! Motown, soul, R&B, country, pop and big band music! Plan to spend your Sunday afternoons enjoying an exciting array of entertainment presented live in the Burlington County Library Auditorium. Sponsored by the Friends of the Burlington County Library, Inc. and held each year in the spring and again in the fall, the library system’s Sundays on Stage performances bring a diverse mix of music, dance, culture and more to the residents of Burlington County. The perfect way to start (or end) the week, all shows begin at 2 pm and admission is free.

We’ll kick off the 2018 fall lineup on September 23 with United Nations of Dance, featuring Egyptian belly dance, Spanish flamenco and other great performances. Throughout the season, mark your calendar for even more sensational shows, including: Craig Bickhardt’s best of Americana, country and classic folk tunes; original recordings and incredible covers by singer-songwriter Ginger Coyle and her eight-piece band; ancient Andean and contemporary music from different Latin American regions by Eco Del Sur; and more.

Remember, the doors open at 1:40 pm and seating is limited, so plan to arrive early for each performance, then sit back, relax and enjoy the show!

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