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Lincoln's Birthday Celebration: Luncheon & Concert
Lincoln's Birthday Celebration: Luncheon & Concert

Sat, Feb 17



Lincoln's Birthday Celebration: Luncheon & Concert

UPDATE: We are currently sold out! Join us for a very special program with Uncle Billy’s Balladeers Interactive Theater, featuring Peter Lindemann as President Abraham Lincoln and a served luncheon.

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Time & Location

Feb 17, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Gallupville, 913 NY-443, Gallupville, NY 12073, USA


About the event

Thank you for your interest! We are currently sold out. 

 Uncle Billy’s Balladeers interactive Theater Program will feature Peter Lindemann as President Abraham Lincoln. The theater concert will include a served luncheon for guests (featuring homemade stew and biscuits by members of the Gallupville House Association). The program will start at 1PM when President Lincoln will arrive and greet all. He will then make some remarks we will all share lunch. Period dress is welcome but not required.

After lunch there will be a Q&A period with the President followed by a presentation of Seafaring music by The Iron Jacks (Civil War Naval Landing Party) and then an audience singalong of Civil War period camp music lead by Uncle Billy's Balladeers (lyrics will be provided).

Tickets for the event are $15 per person with no more than 40 tickets to be sold on a first come, first served basis. Please reserve and purchase prior to February 12. You may also send cash or check to the Gallupville House Association, PO Box 53, Gallupville, NY 12073. Ticket holders will be contacted via email with any notices about a weather delay. Please notify those in your party if there is a delay.

Uncle Billy’s Balladeers had their first performance in the historic Gallupville House at the Preservation of Union Festival in 2007. Since that performance, founder Richard Sherman (A.K.A. Percy Leroy) has worked with many other musicians, thespians and historians to make Uncle Billy’s Balladeers a unique interactive experience. The Balladeers offer an array of programs ranging from theatrical productions of historic events to their most popular program entitled Civil War Camp Music. 

The Balladeers use words and lyrics to provide the audience with a window into the thinking of our ancestors during the Civil War. They have performed at many local events and historical societies around upstate New York and environs. Lyrics for all songs will be provided so participants can immerse themselves in the experience of a time that is really not so long ago.


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