Newburyport Yankee Homecoming welcomes the band Rage 'N' Age to the opening Water Front Concert for Newbuyrport Yankee Homecoming 2017. Rage ‘N’ Age is a New Hampshire and Massachusetts based band that has been together for 18 years. With David on drums, Peter on bass, Bob on guitar, Gary on keyboard, and everyone on vocals, RNA performs songs from the Fifties to today. Vocal harmonies and audience participation are what sets this band apart from many other groups, leaving a lasting impression everywhere they play. Their venues include the Hampton Beach Seashell, Capones, The Fireside, Maddie’s of Saugus as well as too many weddings and private parties to mention. You can check out the band schedule and playlist at Ragenage.com.
The Yankee Homecoming Waterfront Concert Series is proud to present the Foreigners Journey – An incredible show of the sights and sounds of Foreigner and Journey. Bringing together the incredible sounds of two of rocks greatest arena bands of the 80’s – Foreigner & Journey. Experience the rock ballads Waiting for a Girl Like You, I Want to Know What Love is, Faithfully & Open Arms along with rock classics Cold as Ice, Urgent, Hot Blooded, Separate Ways, Don’t Stop Believing & Anyway You Want it, performed as the originals were, in their original key and pitch!
Part of the Thursday Night Picnic Concerts at Castle Hill at the Crane Estate in Ipswich, this is a great way to get together and have fun with the whole family in an exclusive setting. You can pack a picnic dinner, bring the kids, and get ready to dance the night away under the stars on the Grand Allée. Explore the landscaped grounds and the family "Eye Spy."
Kids are invited to the children's garden at the Peabody Institute Library - Danvers children's garden for a fun show featuring the Music Man - Brian Doser! Brian performs nothing but straight ahead music to get your child up and dancing. These classic songs were inspired by time honored tunes sung to him by his grandmother years ago. Be careful, parents may find themselves singing along and joining in the fun!
Join us at the ocean’s edge on Saturday, June 24th, for the 2nd Annual Country Beach Jam, featuring:
- Four great bands on a beachfront stage from 3PM to 10PM
- An array of seafood, beach pizza and walk-up food stands
- Fireworks show over the ocean at 10:15PM
It’s one sweet summer night of country music featuring The Ultimate Aldean Experience, Darren Bessette Band, Houston Bernard Band, and Annie Brobst Band. See the full schedule of performances below!
Doo Wop every Friday night on Salisbury Beach! Enjoy classic tunes from the 50s, 60s, 70s and Motown on the Salisbury Beach stage. It’s the Rock & Roll Oldies Show with your host DJ Ralphie B and weekly special guest singers, 7:15 to 9PM. Then DJ Jeff B takes the stage from 9 to 10PM for a kid dance party under the stars – complete with hoola hoops, limbo, bubbles & much more. Be sure to join in all the fun!
The Patricia Lockwood Bach Scholarship for the Arts is pleased to announce a May 20th fundraising event at Marblehead Little Theatre. The Bach Scholarship is awarded to a Marblehead High School graduating senior who intends to pursue higher education in the creative arts.
The Phillips Academy Music Department will present a spring concert featuring The Fidelio Society, the oldest musical organization on Andover Hill. The program will include a selection of madrigals, sacred, and contemporary music. They will be joined by Tiffany Tien, vibraphone, in the premier also premier a work by Charles Stacy, PA’16, with lyrics by Erika Nork, PA’16, entitled “Bright Filaments, Shimmering.”
The Massachusetts Cultural Council is presenting a showcase concert featuring the excellence and diversity of music and dance traditions thriving in Massachusetts today. Performers are past or current recipients of an Artist Fellowship or Traditional Arts Apprenticeship, prestigious awards from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Come experience a Dominican carnival procession, then be enthralled by leading exponents of South Indian vocals, violin, and percussion, West African balafon (xylophone), djembe drum, and ceremonial dance, and Irish flute, uilleann pipe and old style step dance.
The Ipswich High School Orchestra under the gifted leadership of Michael Coelho has received an incredible honor and opportunity. The Honors Chamber Orchestra has been invited to perform at the National Band and Orchestra Festival at Carnegie Hall in New York City this April! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the kids and the first time in the school’s history that this has happened.