Group performs winners
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The Village Light Opera Group will be at the Dover Forge.
The Village Light Opera Group will be at the Dover Forge.
DOVER- New York’s Village Light Opera Group will return to the valley for the 19th consecutive summer to present a concert, “High Notes,” featuring songs from shows that have won the Tony Award for Best Musical over the past 67 years. Songs from such shows as “Fiddler on the Roof,” “The Sound of Music,” “The Pajama Game,” “My Fair Lady,” “Jersey Boys,” and “The Music Man” will be performed by a chorus of 30-plus singers. The concert is presented by Memorial Hall Center for the Arts.

This year’s concert will take place on Saturday, July 19, at 4 pm, and run for about two hours. VLOG is very excited to present this concert at a new venue, under the tent at the Dover Forge Restaurant. Dover Forge is located at 183 Route 100, next to the new Dover Town Park.

Ticket price is $10 or free for children 12 and younger. Tickets will be on sale daily until Friday, July 18, between noon and 5 pm, at the Mountaineer Inn, 270 Handle Road, and at the door starting at 3 pm, on the day of the concert. Round out your evening with a delicious dinner following the show Dover Forge is offering concert-goers a 10% discount on dinner entrees; just show your ticket stub to the waitstaff.

For more information contact Ned or Royal Wilson at the Mountaineer Inn (802) 464-5404.
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