333 Coffeehouse

333 Coffeehouse is Annapolis' monthly listening space for folk and acoustic music.

333 is normally held on the third Friday of each month at the Annapolis Friends Meeting, 351 DuBois Rd in Annapolis.
Concerts begin at 7:30 PM. Doors open at 7 PM.
General Admission: $12.00
Students, Senior Citizens (65+) and ATDS or affiliate (FSGW, BFMS, CDSS) members: $10.00
All seating is general admission. We don't presently sell advance tickets.
We accept cash and checks at the door. (In a pinch we can take PayPal, but we can't take cards.)
Annapolis Friends Meeting is wheelchair accessible.
333 Coffeehouse is a non-profit, smoke- and alcohol-free listening room run by volunteers. It features traditional folk performers and songwriters. Inexpensive drinks, snacks and desserts are served. Annapolis Friends Meeting provides an intimate, cozy performance space. (Almost like a house concert... but with more elbow room, plenty of parking and complete wheelchair accessibility.)

333 Coffeehouse can be found on Facebook...
...and our calendar is on Google so you can subscribe to it.
To join the "333 Tickle" e-mail list, write to <333coffeehouse@gmail.com>.
Follow @333Concerts on Twitter for the latest updates!

333 is a program of the Annapolis Traditional Dance Society, an Annapolis 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to tradition-based music and dance.

Coming Events
18 Friday333 Coffeehouse The Matchsellers
7:30 PM at Annapolis Friends Meeting (Annapolis, MD)

333 Contacts
333 Hotline: (443)-333-9613
333 Email: 333coffeehouse@gmail.com
(Performer submissions are best sent by e-mail. If you need to mail us something, e-mail to ask for the address.)
Hosts and Chairpeople: Tom Rhoads and Amy Ksir
Committee / Brain Trust: Ernie Tucker, Jan Scopel, Max Ochs, Sarah Hyde, Leslie Ferrari, John Famula