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'Rock the Dock' May 18 at Jamestown Settlement

Proceeds Support Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Living-History Museums

WILLIAMSBURG, Va., May 8, 2018 — “Rock the Dock” will be held at Jamestown Settlement’s ships’ pier and riverfront discovery area on Friday, May 18, from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. Proceeds benefit educational programs of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation and its museums, Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. “Rock the Dock” features live music, craft beers and fine wines, as well as a barbecue dinner.  Tickets are now on sale at historyisfun.org/rock-the-dock.

Guests can enjoy live music from ‘80s showband The Deloreans against the backdrop of the James River. Each ticket includes a barbecue dinner from Old City Barbecue and one complimentary drink ticket featuring craft beers from Virginia Beer Company and fine wines from Williamsburg Winery. The Susan Constant will be open for guests to board, and costumed historical interpreters will be on hand.

Individual tickets are $30. A special advance purchase price of $50 for two tickets is available through May 17. Tickets will be sold at the door on the day of the event for the standard price of $30 each. Chairs and blankets are welcome; tents, canopies, coolers and outside food and drink are not permitted.

The event is sponsored by Local Voice: 92.3FM The Tide, 107.9 BachFM & Williamsburg Yorktown Daily – WYDaily.com; Second Street, An American Bistro; and East Coast Entertainment. Additional sponsors include Sue McSwain, Realtor at Liz Moore & Associates; LARS Group, Inc.; Linda Baker; Sue and John Gerdelman; Virginia Health Services, Inc.; and Williams Landscape & Design, Inc.

Jamestown Settlement is located at Route 31 South and the Colonial Parkway, just southwest of Williamsburg. For more information about the event, call (757) 253-4139.