Prescott Park Arts Festival adds Martin Sexton, starts with Ani next week

We're so close we can hear it! 
 

Greetings!  

 

We hope you're getting fired up for the upcoming season because it is right around the corner.

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And, without doubt, it is our best yet.

 

The season will kick off next Wednesday (June 20th - 7pm) with Righteous Babe - Ani DiFranco.

  

We can't think of anyone better to get things started right. Though small in stature, Ani has kindled a substantial influence on the world that is nothing short of huge.

 

And, as a bonus, the exceptional singer/songwriter Melissa Ferrick will open the show with her emotionally charged lyrics and powerfully driven guitar.

 

Don't miss it.

 

And, if you aren't a member (starting at $55 for the full season) yet, you are missing out on the best deal of the summer! Learn more or join the family by clicking here

 

See you in the park! 

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Ben Anderson

Executive Director
Prescott Park Arts Festival

 

 

It's Official. MARTIN SEXTON added

to The River House Restaurant Concert Series!

 

On Wednesday, August 22nd we have the inimitable Martin Sexton taking the FairPoint Communications MainStage. sign-up banner

 

Billboard calls him "The real thing, people". If you don't know him already, trust us that this is one of those do-not-miss performers. Seriously.

 

Sexton guitar playing is exhilarating on its own, but what sets him apart is his "soul-marinated voice" (Rolling Stone).

  

Discovered busking on the streets of Harvard Square, Sexton ended up selling 20,000 copies of his demo cassette tape before establishing himself as one of the most sought-after acts on the music scene.

 

Mark your calendars for this one.  

 

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sign-up banner Prescott Park Arts Festival is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 

 

Prescott Park Arts Festival is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 

 

Prescott Park Arts Festival is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts