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Item by Chris Graham

The Third Fridays concert series in Downtown Waynesboro is back this coming Friday night with a performance by Molimo.
The acoustic-rock band is made up of members Jim McAvoy, Kevin Crowe, RW Smith and Tom Serrano.
The concert will be held in the former Radio Shack building in Willow Oak Plaza on Broad Street and will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Admission is free.
The Third Fridays concert series is presented by the Waynesboro Cultural Commission, Waynesboro Downtown Development Inc. and the Wayne Theatre Alliance.

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