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Mark your calendar, reserve your seats and get ready to welcome those “Fall Friday Nights” when the Burlington County Library presents five new musical performances live on stage in the library auditorium.

Introduced last year, Fall Friday Nights is a culturally enriching series of shows that explores the history, contributions, roots and talents of some of the most iconic performers to hit the American music scene. Tickets, which cost just $10 per person, per show, are on sale now and seating is limited, so don’t miss out!

This year’s exciting, toe-tapping schedule kicks off September 21 when the Inca Band presents A Tribute to Carlos Santana. Famous for pioneering a fusion of rock and Latin American jazz, the musician and his band released a string of successful albums through the early 1980s. On October 19, three-time award winning entertainer Lou Dottoli will present A Tribute to Music Legends Tony Bennett, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra as he flawlessly performs a variety of their songs and show-tunes for the audience. To The Max will take the stage on October 26 to present Motown Legends and More featuring a dancing brass section, choreographed performances and amazing energy. And on November 2, Ronstadt Revue will present A Tribute to Linda Ronstadt, followed by Britishmania’s homage to the Beatles on November 16.

Remember, all Fall Friday Nights performances begin at 7pm. inside the library’s beautiful 250-seat auditorium in Westamtpon and doors open at 6:50pm. We’ll see you there!