Tonight: Sister act Gracie & Lacy present virtual 9/11 concert


Gracie & Lacy bring a virtual concert to your couch this 9/11

Tonight local sister act Gracie & Lacy will make a hometown appearance and star in a virtual concert live from the Queen Street Playhouse. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets ($10) can be purchased online.

Every Gracie & Lacy performance features their signature jazz vocals and tap dancing. This patriotic performance honors fallen soldiers and those who served while fighting the terrorist attack of 9/11.

The dynamic duo has been described as “one of the most celebrated teams in the Lowcountry.”

Livestream the performance starting at 7 p.m. tonight.

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