Free Live Music Saturdays at Artist Shanties, Bismore Park

HyArts - Every Saturday from September 1st to October 6th
What a venue for free music courtesy of HyArts (Courtesy photo)

Bring your beach chairs or blankets down to the Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties at Bismore Park, Saturday afternoons 2:00pm - 3:30pm, in September and first Saturday in October for free live, music!  

Kareem Sanjaghi Trio, The Wicked Trio, Jeffrey Ashur Trio, Donn Legge Band, Bert Jackson and The Skiffs, are scheduled to each play once during the series.  The free, hour and half concerts begin at 2:00 pm. 

The Bismore Park Artist Shanties are located at 180 Ocean Street, Hyannis, next to the Bismore Park Visitor Center.  There are no rain dates. 

 

Free parking available in Town Hall Lot. (367 Main Street). Other pay for parking public lots including lots on Ocean Street and at Bismore Park are easy walking in and around the HyArts Cultural District.  http://townofbarnstable.us/parkingdivision/

 

Visitors to the seven harbor side shanties (180 Ocean, Bismore Park) and at the Harbor Overlook (51 Ocean Street) will meet artists and artisans, many who work on their craft right at their ‘seaside studios’.  Artists and work varies each week.  The shanties feature a variety of artwork, handmade and hand crafted.  Shanties are open seven days a week, from 11:00AM through Monday, Columbus Day, October 8th.   The Harbor Overlook will be open weekends throughout the fall.   Information about the artists and the artist shanty program is available on line at www.ArtsBarnstable.com

 

Spend a swinging September Saturday afternoon with four sensational bands:

Sept 1st:    Kareem Sanjaghi Trio, pop/jazz/Latin
Sept 8th:    The Wicked Trio, blues/pop/British Invasion

Sept 15th:  Jeffrey Ashur Trio, jazz

Sept 22nd:  Donn Legge Band, pop/rock

Sept 29th:   Bert Jackson Trio, jazz/Latin

Oct 6th:      The Skiffs, A Celtic Americana Stew of Roots, Rock, Blues & Greens

 

 

SATURDAY SOUNDS AT THE SHANTIES: BISMORE PARK, 2:00pm-3:30pm.
                                                                       Sept 1-29 and October 6th, 2018

 


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