Calling All Crows has announced the second Unlocked Voices livestream fundraising event, next Thursday, October 8 at the ONCE Ballroom in Somerville, Massachusetts. The event is co-presented with Nine Athens Music, a company dedicated to helping musicians take the next step and to building the local music community.
Ripe is set to perform a special encore show at the Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod. The band marked the return of live music to Massachusetts with a sold-out show at the drive-in on August 1. Now Ripe will return for round two Saturday, September 5. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, August 14 at 10:00 am on yarmouthdrivein.com.
The Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod will livestream the sold-out Ripe performance this Saturday, August 1 at 9:00 PM EST. Fans that weren’t able to get a ticket to the live concert can register for access to the livestream at yarmouthdrivein.com for just $9.99 and then tune in the night of the show for the performance. The concert begins at 9 PM EST // 6PM PST.
Live music is back! The Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod will present rock band Ripe in concert Saturday, August 1st. This will be the first major live performance in the state since the lockdown went into effect in March. The Boston-based band will perform live to a crowd gathered in more than 450 cars, all safely able to socially distance from one another. Each ticket will cover one car with up to four people in it, with the option to add additional passengers.
If you’re trying to solidify your plans for the summer music festival season, look no further. Levitate Music Festival at the Marshfield Fair Grounds in Marshfield MA has you covered, and it’s almost sold out! The surf shop and apparel line, Levitate, based out of Marshfield, started the festival back in 2013. it's grown to what it is today and will bring a healthy dose of soul, funk, jam, and reggae to the south east section of Massachusetts all weekend. Grateful Web will be there to cover the action!
The final day of Bonnaroo 2019 dawned bright and sunny and was the first scorching day of the festival. Rain clouds threatened the countryside throughout the day, creating a sweat-drenched humid environment sending festival goers to watery refreshment. Many concertgoers were beginning to show signs of fatigue after four nonstop nights of partying. People could be seen passed out in shady spots all across Centeroo throughout the day. But another day of incredible music revived many in the crowd.