"Music on Tap" Fundraiser Benefits Students at Cape Cod Conservatory

June 21st in West Barnstable - Space is Limited
Cape Cod Conservatory student Ryan Christensen performs (Courtesy photo)

The Cape Symphony & Conservatory will host a “music and microbrews” party on Thursday, June 21st at the West Barnstable campus of the Conservatory at 5:30 p.m.

Several local breweries and restaurants will toast the arts, serving up refreshing microbrews and appetizers in an evening of fundraising for the Cape Conservatory’s arts education programs.

“We’ll have live music with the Chantal Joseph Band, delicious and hearty appetizers, regional microbrews, wine tastings, dancing and an exciting raffle,” said Cape Conservatory Executive Director Stephanie Weaver. “The funds we raise at this event will have a direct impact on our scholarship fund, enabling us to expand our reach with music and arts education for students of all ages.”

Participating breweries include the 1620 Brewhouse in Provincetown, Barnstable Brewing Co., Cisco Brewers and Nantucket Vineyard, Devil’s Purse Brewing Co., Farmer Willies, Independent Fermentations Brewing, and Shoal Hope Ciderworks.

The raffle drawings are key components of the event, with five prize packages valued at over $1,000 each, from Red Sox tickets in the State Street Pavilion and a home outdoor entertainment package with a Weber grill, to a weekend get-away package, a basket of lotter tickets, and a large selection of fine wines. Winners need not be present to win. Tickets can be purchased through either of the Conservatory campuses.

Event tickets can be reserved through the Cape Conservatory at 508-362-2772 or online at capecodconservatory.org. Cost is $40 in advance or $45 at the door. Space is limited.

Mallard Printing, Cotuit Oyster Company Breakaway Grills, and Backside Bakes provided generous support for this event.


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