August is for Festivals

NH Ukulele Picnic
Saturday Aug 24

In honor of the first annual New Hampshire Ukulele Picnic, I’ve made a ukulele video of my song “Driving To Georgetown.” You can watch it here. The festival is Saturday August 24 at Greeley Park in Nashua NH from noon to 4pm. I’ll be performing and also teaching uke workshops.

Music on the Mason Green
Thursday Aug 8

Is it a festival if it’s just two performers? Close enough. Music on the Mason Green is an outdoor event on, you guessed it, the green in historic Mason, New Hampshire, childhood home of Uncle Sam. I believe a gazebo has been specially constructed for our use. Mason local Jerry Wile will also be performing, and if you come early, there’s a community dinner at 5:30, then music at 7pm.

FolkSoul Festival, Greenfield NH
Sunday Aug 18

Rumor has it that I may join Trip To Nelson for their set at Greenfield’s FolkSoul Festival on Sunday August 18 at 4pm. Music runs all day, tons of bands, from 11am-7pm.

Depot Square, Peterborough, NH
Friday Aug 23

I’m closing out Pboro’s summertime music series at Depot Square on Friday August 23, from 6:00-7:30pm. Last week I sat in on Richard Backes’ Celtic session at the same location and it was a beautiful evening to play music outdoors by the river. Fingers crossed for a repeat for my solo date. The rain location is nearby in Twelve Pine.

Walpole Farmers Market
Friday August 30

My first New England farmers market! Back in North Carolina, I played regularly at farmers markets in Pittsboro, Hillsborough, Holly Springs, and elsewhere, so I’m looking forward to heading up to Walpole NH this month to play music among the local greens, tomatoes and squashes.

Keene Music Festival
Saturday Aug 31

A gig that’s truly close to home. Played here last year and I’m returning to the gazebo in Ashuelot River Park on Saturday August 31 for the Art in the Park portion of the annual, all-day Keene Music Festival. My set starts at 10:30am.

Directions
Want directions and more details? It’s all listed on my Shows page.

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