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MUSIC AT THE EMMA - 8 Wonder of Kansas Customs


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Jam sessions EVERY Friday night at the Emma Chase Cafe (or out-of-doors on Broadway, weather permitting). MUSICIANS and LISTENERS WELCOME! Music themes are:
First Friday of every month - TallGrass Pickers (acoustic
Country music)
Second Friday of every month - K-177 BlueGrass Pickin'- acoustic BlueGrass jam session
Third Friday of every month - TallGrass Gospel Singin' - acoustic Gospel music.
Fourth Friday of every month - Old Timey Rock & Roll and Vintage
Country - we permit amplification at this event.
Fifth Friday of any month - Folk Music and Contra Music jam session - acoustic.
In the summertime, bring your lawn chairs; we'll be outside anytime weather permits.


Admission: gratuity jar
Hours: 7:30 PM - every Friday evening
Address: Emma Chase Cafe, Cottonwood Falls, KS
Phone: (620) 273-6020
Our Email: prairie-maid@sbcglobal.net
Our Website:www.emmachasecafe.com

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MUSIC AT THE EMMA - 8 Wonder of Kansas Customs

Jam sessions EVERY Friday night at the Emma Chase Cafe (or out-of-doors on Broadway, weather permitting). MUSICIANS and LIST...