Shows

Barnstable Village Association Jailhouse Jam Summer Concert Series

Barnstable Village Bandstand , Rte 6A , Barnstable, MA

Bring a chair, some nibblies and your favorite snacks and join Kim Moberg and Heather Swanson for live music at the bandstand in Barnstable Village for the first annual Jailhouse Jam Summer Music Series sponsored by the Barnstable Village Association!

Free and Family Friendly!

Cranfest In The Courtyard

Courtyard of the Harwich Cultural Center, 204 Sisson Rd, Harwich, MA

Join us for Season 3 outdoors in the Courtyard of the Harwich Cultural Center (the former Middle School) for a series of eight Thursday evening acoustic concerts beginning July 8, 2021. Individual shows will have a $25 admission with a season ticket available for $160 for all 8 shows. A LIMITED NUMBER OF DISCOUNTED EARLY BIRD TICKETS -at $20 each or $120 season tickets- will are on sale until July 1. (Concerts RAIN OR SHINE will move into the auditorium in case of wet weather.)

BRING YOUR OWN BLANKET OR LAWN CHAIR TO SIT ON THE GRASS Doors 5:45 PM, MUSIC 6:30 PM

Bring a picnic if you like. PLEASE NOTE, we will NOT be selling beverages during the 2021 season.

What about Covid? -Performers and volunteers have been fully vaccinated. -We respectfully ask that attendees be fully vaccinated. -If you plan to attend, and have NOT been vaccinated, we ask that you wear a mask covering your mouth and nose. -If you are unable to meet our expectation of vax or mask, we ask that you NOT ATTEND.

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

$20 until 7/1/21. $25 after 7/1/21

Two Way Street Coffee House

Two Way Street Coffee House Virtual Stream

Singer/Songwriter Kim Moberg performs a virtual one hour show of original songs. 8pm CT | 8pm ET

With almost 50 years of continuous operation, the Two Way Street Coffee House, located in Downers Grove IL, is the oldest music coffee house in the Midwest, and almost the oldest in North America.

During the 1950s and '60s, a number of churches across the country started coffee houses as an attempt at making contact with a segment of the community with whom they otherwise had no contact. Coffee houses took many forms. Some were political, some artistic, some activistic, some musical, some even religious. Together with other Downers Grove area groups, the high school youth of the First Congregational Church of Downers Grove wanted to do something to address this concern, especially for teens and young adults in the community.

Where music has been a major part of the coffee house, the real priority has been people. That extends to the performers. More than fifty percent of the performers are chosen from the local area to support those who face a shortage of good listening rooms. The coffee house also books national touring performers to create a reciprocal arrangement so local performers can find open venues when they tour the country. The Two Way Street has achieved an international reputation and is in great demand by performers from across North America and beyond.

Today, the Two Way Street continues as a community project of the First Congregational United Church of Christ, Downers Grove. It is a place for making new friends, enjoying old friends, and enjoying live folk music. We hope that the coffee house is fulfilling the original mission of providing an atmosphere in the community in which all people can communicate.

Hyannis Business Improvement District Singer/Songwriter Series sponsored by the Cape Cod Melody Tent

JFK Museum, Main St., Hyannis, MA

Free outdoor live music to celebrate summer on Main Street Hyannis, MA.

Sponsored by the Hyannis Business Improvement District and the Cape Cod Melody Tent.

Booking

To book Kim Moberg for gigs, house concerts, fundraisers, private events:
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