Free Concerts, a Circus Performance, and Wampanoag Culture Event on Tap at the National Seashore this Summer

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Jay Psaros plays the guitar onstage.

Jay Psaros

Information Release Date: June 18, 2021

Speak to: Sue Moynihan, 508-957-0738

WELLFLEET, Mass. – Summertime is coming, and Cape Cod National Seashore is all over again hosting no cost night activities at the Salt Pond Customer Middle. Close your day the fantastic way, with music, overall performance events, and presentations at the outside amphitheater on the shores of Salt Pond, or in the indoor auditorium. Functions are held each and every Tuesday at 7 pm from June 29 by August 31, with a reward live performance on Friday, July 30. For outside plans, bench and garden seating are available, picnicking is welcome, and bug spray is instructed. Indoor systems are held in the air-cooled auditorium, and doorways open at 6:30 pm. Some events are geared toward people. In the event of rain, outdoor systems will be moved indoors, except “Saddle-Up,” which has a rain date. Masks are necessary for folks not totally vaccinated where six ft of social distance can not be maintained. All occasions are free of charge and sponsored by Buddies of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Salt Pond Customer Center, 50 Nauset Highway, Eastham.

June 29: Jay Psaros Jay has carried out throughout the musical landscape, from bar rooms and medieval- themed supper theaters, to little clubs, home live shows, and assist slots for headlining tours with The Mavericks, Boz Scaggs, Tower of Electric power, and the Primary Wailers.  A versatile musician, Psaros considers himself a folk artist and songwriter, but is often identified as to assist acts far exterior his style. This summer he will tour as help with 3 Puppy Evening, Foreigner, and REO Speedwagon. Outside overall performance.

July 6: Toast and Jam A Cape Cod favourite, Tim Dickey and Julie Charland are gifted songwriters and multi-instrumentalists who will perform original bluegrass, modern-day people, Americana, swing and much more. They are normally accompanied by musicians on bass and fiddle. Indoor concert.

July 13: Saddle-Up! Household Circus Exhibit Payomet Executing Arts Center’s Cirque by the Sea presents this wild west adventure by way of qualified aerial get the job done, juggling, acrobatics, and dwell tunes. An aspiring cowgirl dreams of operating on a ranch. When she discovers the nearby ranch has a “men only” policy, she disguises herself to suit in with the boys. It is a rooting excellent time, but the prospector smells some thing fishy about the recruit. Outside overall performance, rain date Thursday, July 15.

July 20: Wampanoag Methods Loved ones Program with Kitty Hendricks-Miller Kitty Hendricks-Miller (Nenaweetah) is born and lifted a Mashpee Wampanoag tribal citizen and is Otter Clan. She provides her substantial history with tribal education, foodways, indigenous craft, and traditional Jap songs to this partaking household program that features artifacts, stories, and insights into Wampanoag record and classic arts and lifeways. Indoor software.

July 27: Huge Jazz A musical collaboration of eclectic musicians showcasing Carl Ellsworth, a pianist, keyboardist, and principal composer, who has entertained from Boston, to the Florida Keys and Cancun Mexico, joined by percussionist, vocalist, and entire world music teacher Lisa Brown bass player, vocalist, and fellow composer, John Owens and the musically fluent Frank Giasullo on flute and electronic sax.  The tunes ranges from authentic compositions to specifically stylized but common songs from James Taylor and Nora Jones, to mainstream jazz legends. Out of doors live performance.

Friday, July 30: Bonus Concert: Jason Spooner Band Jason and his band have toured thoroughly, sharing the phase with Ray LaMontagne, Brandi Carlisle, Guster, Amos Lee, and Blues Traveler. The band (Dan Boyden – Drums, Stu Mahan – Bass, and Dawson Hill – Keyboards) provides a dynamic and energetic reside display that can take listeners on a journey. The quartet’s appears blend roots rock, Americana, blues, folks, and groove-oriented jazz with undercurrents of reggae and soul. Outdoor live performance.

August 3: Sarah Swain and the Oh Boys Sarah and the Oh Boys have been together considering that 2008, actively playing Sarah’s originals, rockabilly classics, and normally some unanticipated treasures. Their set has a vibrant strength that always will get the group dancing. That includes Sarah on guitar and vocals, Ron Siegel on upright bass, Liam Hogg on drums, and Mark Usher on direct guitar. Out of doors live performance.

August 10: Jason Spooner Jason is an award-profitable Maine-based mostly songwriter who mixes things of Americana, people, blues, and jazz into a calming and distinctive signature model centered about his laid-back again vocal supply, complicated guitar finding/strumming, and clever songwriting. A regular visitor to his Outer Cape family members property, Jason’s seeking forward to bringing his audio to the Salt Pond phase. Outdoor effectiveness.

August 17: Zoe Lewis and the Souvenirs Relatives Live performance At first from the Uk, Zoe Lewis has been a Provincetown washashore for the final 30 decades, actively playing gypsy jazz, bounce jive, Latin grooves, swing, worldwide people, and funk originals on just about anything from the piano to the spoons and she even spins the plates! She’s toured with Judy Collins, the Indigo Women, and Richie Havens. She is joined by Jon Evans on bass, Matthias Bossi on drums, and Mark Chenevert on clarinet and sax. Outdoor live performance.

August 24: CrabGrass Viewed as Cape Cod’s leading bluegrass band, CrabGrass brings its combine of aged and new foot-stomping bluegrass to the stage. The band is composed of Chris Miner on the mandolin, Les Beavan banjo, Dan Fortier guitar, Katy Boc on the fiddle and Ted Mello bass. Indoor live performance.

August 31: Nature and Music, a Stunning Relationship with Jung-Ho Pak and Michael Albaugh Cape Symphony’s conductor Jung-Ho Pak and executive director Michael Albaugh present a multi-media seem at how the ability and natural beauty of mother nature have impressed some of the most famed and beloved songs of all time. Share their enthusiasm as you listen to and see video excerpts from the terrific masterpieces like The 4 Seasons by Vivaldi, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, Debussy’s La Mer (The Sea), and even previous favorites like Carnival of the Animals. Video clip presentation without are living musicians. Out of doors application. 

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