CranFest in the Courtyard Season 2

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Join us for Season 2 outdoors in the Courtyard of the Harwich Cultural Center (the former Middle School) for a series of seven Thursday evening acoustic concerts beginning July 11  2019. Individual shows will have a $20 admission with a season ticket available for $100 for all 7 shows. (Concerts will move into the auditorium in case of wet weather.)

Bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on the grass.

Doors 5:45 PM, MUSIC 6:30 PM

Bring a picnic if you like; PLEASE purchase your Devil’s Purse beer, wine and softer beverages from us.

July 11- Grammy-winner Dom Flemons, The American Songster, multi-instrumentalist.  More info and to purchase tickets    https://domoncape.brownpapertickets.com

July 18- Low Lily Trad-rad string and vocal trio, 2019 Independent Music Award nominee. Info and tickets here    https://lowlilyonthecape.brownpapertickets.com

July 25- Ordinary Elephant- originals with harmony vocals,banjo-guitar duo, 2017 International Folk Music award winners.    https://ordinaryelephantcapecod.bpt.me

August 1- Gina Forsyth & the Mid City Aces- Louisiana based trio with singer/songwriter and ace Cajun fiddler Gina Forsyth and her Cajun band https://ginaandtheaces.brownpapertickets.com

August 8- Zoe Mulford returns with her 2018 International Folk Music award for Song of the Year. Trans-Atlantic singer/songwriter Zoe Mulford is rapidly becoming best-known as the writer of "The President Sang Amazing Grace," covered by Joan Baez on her 2018 album "Whistle Down the Wind."       more

August 15- Sol y Canto- Boston Music Award winning Latin roots duo, full website here  or tickets and info at    https://solycantoharwich.brownpapertickets.com

August 22- Matt & Shannon Heaton - Irish-American music from the heart 
https://mattandshannon.brownpapertickets.com
for info and tickets

Bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on the grass. Bring a picnic if you like; beverages will be for sale.

Concerts rain or shine..... we'll move inside to the auditorium in case of bad weather.