Concert Brings the Bacon Brothers Home

Kevin and Michael Bacon will perform Friday at the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville

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The Bacon brothers grew up in the Philadelphia and spent summers at their grandparent’s home in East Pikeland Township, on land conserved by the French and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust, according to The Phoenix.

For 15 years, Kevin and his composer brother have been performing original material together with their backup band.

Friday’s concert will be their fourth to benefit the Trust and the Colonial Theatre.

Balcony seats are already sold out, but Orchestra tickets are still on sale for $100. 

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