Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Third Thursday Series: Spice Band

This perennial audience favorite is back by popular demand. The versatility of the band spans traditional jazz, contemporary, fusion, R&B, and original music. Spice has shared the stage with such notable entertainers as The Drifters, Sheila Ford, and Gabrielle Goodman.

Spice Band.

This performance is part of the museum’s monthly Third Thursday Series. On the third Thursday of the month, the museum is open until 8pm. For just $5, you can visit the galleries and enjoy a live performance. Performances begin at 6pm.

Click here to RSVP for this event. Note: You will still need to buy museum admission.

Date and Time:
Thursday, June 19, 5:00 pm

For more information call 443-263-1800

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