CULTUREPASS EVENTS

CulturePass is your window into the artistic and cultural richness of the greater international Passamaquoddy region including Cobscook and Passamaquoddy Bays and the St. Croix River.

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Music on The Rocks: Lauren Koss

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

The last Music on the Rocks series concert will feature singer Lauren Koss. Lauren enjoys performing a wide range of styles and moods of music, and accompanies herself on baritone and concert ukuleles. She is experienced singing jazz, rock, folk, “oldies” and choral music, and is excited to have a growing stable of “jazz chords” at her disposal. Some recent influences include Harry Connick Jr., Jonathan Richman, Brian Eno and the B-52s; her solo repertoire favors tunes from the 1920s to the 1960s. In addition to solo work, Lauren performs with The Field Guides, an eclectic six-piece rock band in which she specializes in singing the David Byrne leads, and with Eastport Arts Center’s community choir, Quoddy Voices.

Music on the Rocks: Sassafras Stomp

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Join us every other Wednesday from June 28 through September 6 for the Music on the Rocks concert series, a free outdoor concert! Sassafrass Stomp, a high-energy folk band from central Maine. Weaving together diverse fiddle traditions with a strong rhythmic sensibility, fiddler Johanna Davis and guitarist Adam Nordell build a rich, dynamic roots sound marked by driving rhythms and sweet harmony vocals. The band is known for producing a surprisingly large and exciting sound, augmented by a cross-tuned fiddle, unconventional guitar playing, a harmonium-like shruti box and French Canadian foot percussion. Rain location is the Free Will North Church at the corner of High Street and Washington Street.

Music on the Rocks Concert

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Join us every other Wednesday from June 28 through September 6 for the Music on the Rocks concert series, a free outdoor concert!  Rain location TBA.

Music on the Rocks

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Join us every other Wednesday from June 28 through September 6 for the Music on the Rocks concert series, a free outdoor concert!  Rain location TBA.

Music on the Rocks

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Join us every other Wednesday from June 28 through September 6 for the Music on the Rocks concert series, a free outdoor concert!  Rain location TBA.

Music on the Rocks Concert: The Pink Capos

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

The sixth and final free outdoor music concert in downtown Eastport begins at 5 pm on Wednesday, August 31, with “The Pink Capos" playing at the Sutherland Amphitheater on Water Street. “The Pink Capos,” otherwise known as Kara McCrimmon and Penny Guisinger, started playing music together years ago when they arrived at the same potluck, both carrying guitars. “The Pink Capos” love songs that have great harmonies, songs that people can sing along with, and songs that get other people on their feet to dance.

Music on the Rocks: Rockweed

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Rockweed Ensemble plays an energetic mix of rock and roll dance music, blending classic radio hits and blues infused rockers. Their collective musical experience, both live and on record, spans many decades and many genres. Rockweed is dedicated to “leaving it all on the floor” and keeping the listener’s toes tapping.Music on the Rocks concerts are offered free of charge, organized by the Tides Institute & Museum of Art, and generously sponsored by many area businesses. August 31st will be the next, and final concert in this series.

Music on the Rocks: Laura and Colin

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Local favorites Laura and Colin Brown will perform at the next free concert at Sutherland Amphitheater. They will play a blend of acoustic folk, pop, and rock covers with a few originals sprinkled in. The Wednesday night Music on the Rocks concert series is organized by the Tides Institute & Museum of Art with generous support from individuals and area businesses.

Music on the Rocks: Tonemah

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

The third free outdoor music concert in the Music on the Rocks series features Tonemah. An award-winning musician, Tonemah is Kiowa, Comanche and Tuscarora and has 9 CDs under his belt including his well-known hit single “Pow Wow Snag.”He is a singer/songwriter in the purest sense and his music combines the energy of rock, the intelligence of folk and the heart of country that creates a musical niche he calls “Native Americana.”

Music on the Rocks Concert

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Free summer concerts at Eastport’s Sutherland Amphitheater are in full swing, recurring at 5 pm every other Wednesday night through August 31.

Free

Community Portrait by Thaddeus Holownia

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

Join Photographer Thaddeus Holownia on July 3 at 11:30 am for the annual Community Portrait at Sutherland Amphitheater. This event is part of Artists in the Streets, coordinated by the Tides Institute & Museum of Art.

Free

Music on the Rocks: Mike Levine & Friends

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

The first concert in the Music on the Rocks series features Mike Levine & Friends in this free concert of Jazz, Latin & Blues. Pianist Mike Levine is a man of many talents whose career is a blend of different aspects of music.

Street Dance for the whole family!

Sutherland Amphitheater Water Street, Eastport

On Saturday June 4th at 2pm - 5pm, Shead student Kneviah Newcomb is hosting a Street Dance and BBQ to help her attend engineering camp in July!