Endless Summer Concert Series at Blithewold

Posted 10/15/20

Guests are encouraged to bring picnic dinners and chairs or blankets. There are 33 acres of gardens and grounds, including a 10-acre lawn, to spread out on and enjoy the music and gorgeous views over …

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Endless Summer Concert Series at Blithewold

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Guests are encouraged to bring picnic dinners and chairs or blankets. There are 33 acres of gardens and grounds, including a 10-acre lawn, to spread out on and enjoy the music and gorgeous views over the bay, perfect for social distancing! Masks are required. Oct. 18: Honky Tonk Knights, Oct. 24: Robert Ceresi Band, Oct. 25: Super Chief  Trio, and more dates coming! Tickets will be sold by car only, 4 passenger maximum.

WHERE: Blithewold, 101 Ferry Road, Bristol
WHEN: Oct. 18, 24, and 25; 2 to 4 p.m.
COST: $45 member car | $50 non-member car
MORE INFO: Blithewold.org

Event Date
Sunday, October 18, 2020
Event time
2:00 PM
Cost / donation
$45 member car | $50 non-member car
Contact
Blithewold.org

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