Upcoming MountainFolk Concerts!
Please note all concerts are held at the Tunbridge Town Hall and start at 7:30pm with doors opening at 7:00pm
For regular ticket buyers — at the Tunbridge Store, the South Royalton — the ticket prices for most shows will be $15 advance and $20 at the door, and available 2-3 weeks before the corresponding concert. Tickets to the Richard Shindell show on March 9 are $25 advance and $30 at the door. MountainFolk is again offering season tickets for all six concerts priced at $90 individually and a further discounted amount of $175.00 for a pair of passes. Like last year, these season passes will be deemed transferable in case you can’t make a specific show and would like a friend to go in your place.
If you purchase your tickets online your tickets will be waiting for you at the door when you arrive.
Sunday, March 9th, 2014
Long considered one of the preeminent singer/songwriters on the American folk scene today, Shindell’s body of work spans more than 20 years of recording and touring around the world. From his first record, “Sparrow’s Point” (1992), to his most recent album, “Not Far Now” (2009), Shindell has demonstrated a penchant for songwriting at once passionate and profound. Tunbridge will probably be the most intimate venue that Shindell visits on this tour. http://richardshindell.com $25 advance, $30 at the door.
Saturday, April 12th, 2014
Benefit show for Royalton Community Radio. Our local favorites return to the Town Hall to help raise funds for the area’s community radio station and its efforts to begin broadcasting on the FM band in 2014. Comprised of players from Tunbridge (Adam and Rudy), Randolph Center (Andy), Corinth (Peter) and Northfield (Eric)…you just can’t find better local quality in the American/bluegrass realm than Haywire. Their recent performance at the Tunbridge World’s Fair had both the Oldtimers and the Young Pups all fired up!
Saturday, May 17th, 2014
Just learned of this Celtic quartet earlier this year when I received their 2013 release, “Pressed For Time”. I promptly gave this great recording extensive airplay on both The Point’s ’Crossroads” and Royalton Community Radio’s ”Elephant’s Dream”… excellent throughout! Sometimes called “the Allman Brothers of Celtic fiddle bands, only prettier,” Burning Bridget Cleary was nominated last year as “Best New Irish Artist” by the Irish Music Association. http://burningbridgetcleary.com