Live Concerts. Craft Beverages. Food truck catering. All three combine for a brand-new ‘Crafted Concert Series’ that will rock the region -- and bring a compelling beat to the heart of the White Mountains in Lincoln beginning Saturday, September 24. North Country Center for the Arts (NCCA) in partnership with Rhythm Ciders and Woodstock Brewery is thrilled to bring the series to their Jean’s Playhouse in Lincoln, with stage performances three consecutive autumn weekends.
First up on September 24, Wooden Horse returns to the Playhouse with their incredible acoustic-driven and bright light show that offers the dual tribute to America and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. New England’s premier powerhouse band delivers authentic sound and the musical excitement. Six incredible musicians – Kurt Voland, Guy LaPointe, Gary St. Jean, Scott Zurowski, Ken Lubinsky, and Jeff Mattson – deliver the close harmonies, intricate instrumentals, and classic sounds. Founded in 2012, over 10 years of dedication and hard work have found the group performing to standing ovations from very enthusiastic crowds at Foxwoods Fox Theatre, the Loos Center for the Arts, Danbury City Centre, numerous other venues and concert series, and, of course at NCCA.
The live concert starts at 7:30 pm, but the fun starts pre-show with Food Truck fare, a beverage tent and welcomes families for food and fun from 4:00 to 7:00 outdoors at the Playhouse parking area. The public is welcome to stop by: or come early and purchase tickets to the main event.
Subsequent Saturdays include concerts by the Chris Fitz Band, bridging Boston and San Francisco sounds with original blues on October 1. Rounding out the Series, expect an outstanding Columbus Day weekend with the Adam Ezra Group on Saturday, October 8.
Additional information at www.jeansplayhouse.com, where recommended advance tickets are available 24/7. Plus, check out all the upcoming autumn events at North Country Center for the Arts at their site now.