Arts Jubilee Concert Series Presents: Carbon Leaf
***PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY TO ACCOMMODATE BAG CHECK. NO OUTSIDE OPEN CONTAINERS OF ANY KIND ARE PERMITTED. OPEN CONTAINERS WILL BE CONFISCATED ***
Celebrating their Silver Anniversary, Carbon Leaf is including Arts Jubilee in their 2018 Summer Tour! Through 25 years together, the group's independent music and spirit continue to resonate with its fans, and an authentic bond between the band members and their audience is evident. Blending rock, folk, Celtic, bluegrass, and Americana into a high-energy style the group calls ether-electrified porch music, the Virginia quintet's poetic songs are brought to life with acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bass, drums, cello, banjo, penny whistle, pedal steel, accordion, and rich vocal harmony. Writing and producing from their home studio in Richmond, VA, Carbon Leaf has released 17 albums and performed 2,400+ live shows throughout their enduring career. Learn more at www.carbonleaf.com.
6PM OPENING ACT- JUNCO: Hailing from the hills of the Mt. Washington Valley, Junco performs an original, award-winning hybrid of rock, folk, and jazz. The band is comprised of bassist Anthony Branca, guitarist Jeremy Holden, drummer Alex Ouellette, singer/guitarist Bobby Sheehan, and oboist Dan Stackhouse. Since their inception Junco has released an EP, Waking the Sleeping Giant in 2015 and an LP, The Night the Lake Stood Still in 2017. While channeling the sounds of the Dave Matthews Band, Paul Simon, and the Grateful Dead, Junco's lively presence, upbeat themes, and improvisational approach all add up to a feel-good, stimulating, and ever-evolving style of music.
Bring friends and family plus your own picnic blanket or lawn chairs. An early concert by area performers is at 6 PM, the featured main performance is at 7:00 PM. The Arts Jubilee Concert Series is a rain or shine event. Concert goers are encouraged to come prepared as they would to any outdoor event.
Concerts are presented outdoors in nature's beautiful setting with mountain views at the base of the north slope at Cranmore.
Admission: Adults: $12, Seniors: (65 and up) $10, Students: $5, Children (12 and under): FREE
No dogs, please.