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Summer Concerts at the Avalon Theatre
June 14, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Avalon Theatre and Stoltz listening Room are hosting some wonderful talent throughout the month of June and July along with their outdoor festivities that go on throughout the summer including the Farmers’ Market, Plein Air Easton, the Free Outdoor Summer Concert Series and the Children’s Theatre Summer Camps. For information on all of these programs and events, call the theatre at 410-822-7299 or visit avalonfoundation.org.
The Avalon Theatre and Stoltz Listening Room have a reputation for presenting some of the country’s most entertaining live music. The following offers a snapshot of what’s to come and some great nights of live entertainment.
On June 7, Pressing Strings, from Annapolis returns with their live show that is recommended for any age music lover. It’s a summertime groove as good as anything Jack Johnson has ever written.
On June 8, at 7 p.m. and again at 9 p.m. Hannah Gill performs two shows. The Talbot County resident is coming in from LA for an East Coast tour and is recommended to anyone who likes the sounds of Post Modern Jukebox.
On June 10, Night Tree from Boston and recommended by favorites Session Americana, brings their highly intricate and pleasing World/Folk/Celtic sounds to Easton.
On June 14, The Avalon is thrilled again to host arguably the most popular reggae band in history when The Wailers return to town to kick off the first big party of the summer for 2018. On June 16, Danika and The Jeb bring their Americana, alt-country, and pop music to town and anyone who likes the sounds of Josh Ritter is recommended to see Chris Trapper on June 21. And on June 22, the maniacal David Mayfield Parade brings his country and rock and roll mash-up craziness to The Stoltz Listening Room for one wild musical show.
Serious Country and Honky Tonk makes its way into town for two shows on June 29 featuring the country rock and roll of Arty Hill and on July 27, alt rock mini cult status band Cowboy Junkies appear in support of their brand-new album “All that Reckoning,” which sounds like a cross between Yo La Tengo and Mazzy Star.
For tickets and more information, call the Avalon Box Office at 410-822-7299 or visit online at avalonfoundation.org. Hope to see you at the theatre.