($10)

An emotion filled musical stream of consciousness with no setlist, minimal structure, and intuitive improvisational flow. In this way, they summon the energy of the crowd as their guide in linking just the right music to precise moments in time.

($10)

Of Tomorrow structures its mission around an unpredictable and transformative experience- always high energy, always premium quality, based often in familiar melodies and intellectual lyrics, but exploring improvised ideas with every new layer.

(Free!)

With a foundation in old-time and celtic music, The Elk River Ramblers also branch out into bluegrass, klezmer, and contemporary pop.

(Free!)

“Backpacks & Mason Jars” explores weighty topics such as suicide, drug addiction, lost love, and the absence of hope inherent in small town life

($15)

Parsonsfield is a five-piece alt/folk band from Northampton, MA that infuses a rowdy, rock-‘n’-roll spirit into its bluegrass and folk influences, blowing away any preconception of what you think banjos and mandolins should sound like.

(Free!)

With a foundation in old-time and celtic music, The Elk River Ramblers also branch out into bluegrass, klezmer, and contemporary pop.

(Free!)

“Backpacks & Mason Jars” explores weighty topics such as suicide, drug addiction, lost love, and the absence of hope inherent in small town life

($12)

The Steel City Rovers perform dynamic and expressive music that is a unique composite of traditional Celtic music and North American styles including bluegrass, folk and roots.

($10)

The Dirty Grass Players are an up and coming band with their own spin on bluegrass. They use traditional style vocal harmonies and mix it with a jammy improvisational feel to keep listeners on their toes.

(Free!)

Born in North Carolina, Juliet grew up in Maine and came of age as a musician in Boston. She recently moved to east Nashville, and these experiences have influenced her songwriting, singing and performance style, giving everything she does a unique expression.