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Lincoln Heritage Festival


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Come on home to the Lincoln Heritage Festival, featuring performances by Kathy Mattea, Dr. Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys, and many more.


General Admission: $5 ($4 Seniors & $3 Children), Kathy Mattea- $36, Dr. Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys- $36-$42, All other performances are free.

November 9: 8-10 pm (Kathy Mattea)

November 10: 10 am-8 pm

November 11: 10 am-10 pm (8-10 pm, Dr. Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys)


Location: Performing Arts Center, Lincoln County High School, Hamlin, WV


Directions from Huntington: Take WV-10 South to WV-3. Take WV-3 to Hamlin. Directions from Charleston: Take US-119 South to WV-214. Take WV-214 to WV-3 to Hamlin. (Renamed the Yeager Highway.)


Address: Lincoln Friends of the Arts
2 Colonial Court
Phone: 304-756-2585
Our Website:www.lincolncountyarts.org

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Lincoln Heritage Festival

Come on home to the Lincoln Heritage Festival, featuring performances by Kathy Mattea, Dr. Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys, and many more.
General Admission: $5 ($4 Seniors & $3 Children), Kathy Mattea- $36, Dr. Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys- $36-$42

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