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    Thursday, June 25
    VIRTUAL: The Transmute Accelerator Festival, 3-10pm
    All donated funds to BEAM (Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective)

    Friday, July 3
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: STILL ALIVE – Pearl Jam Tribute Band

    Saturday, July 4
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Rosario Craig Band

    Sunday, July 5
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Bryce Allyn Duo

    Friday, July 10
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: 56 Aces

    Saturday, July 11
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Krazy Train Trio

    Friday, July 17
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Spider Cherry

    Saturday, July 18
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: The Flyers

    Friday, July 24
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Sons of a Tradesman

    Saturday, July 25
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Spred the Dub

    Sunday, July 26
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Jose Almonte Solo

    Friday, July 31
    MATHEWS BREWING CO.: Tasty Vibrations

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