2019 Summer Music Series at Drumlin Farm

July 26, 2019
Audience sitting on the lawn watching band perform

Gates open 5:30 pm • Bands play 6–8:30 pm

Relax on the lawn, enjoy some local music, and watch the setting sun with Drumlin Farm as your backdrop. Each performance in our popular Summer Music Series features a different Boston-area band with one thing in common—a great show!

Bring a picnic dinner, blankets and chairs, and your family. We'll have ice cream for sale to top off your meal and lawn games available for the kids to play. 

Tickets

$15 Adult (13+) • Free for ages 12 & under

These concerts are appropriate for all ages. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at the admissions window on the day of the concert. 

Max of $45 per family. If ordering tickets online, you can take advantage of our $45 family rate by simply entering 3 adults—we'll get the actual count when you check-in at the concert!


July 26

Dirty Water Brass Band group photo © DWBB
© Dirty Water Brass Band

Dirty Water Brass Band

A Boston-based undefinable raucous street band, Dirty Water Brass Band is a staunch contributor to the many grooves that make this town tick. We bring our movable block party to you, doesn't matter where. Our style is eclectic, a mix of second line, soul, R&B, motown, rock, jazz, and more.

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Rain date is July 27


August 9

Katrin Roush of Kat Chapman Band © Ronnie Orlando
© Ronnie Orlando

Kat Chapman Band

Kat Chapman (formerly known as Katrin) has a soulful voice and pure, raw, and honest songs. Her journey as a self-taught songwriter and guitarist has taken Kat from her street performing roots to stages shared with the likes of Boz Scaggs, John Sebastian, Chris Isaak, and Joan Armatrading.

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Rain date is August 10


August 30

Sarah Mendelsohn band performing © Sarah Mendelsohn
© Sarah Mendelsohn

Sarah Mendelsohn 

"Sarah Mendelsohn’s debut solo CD (IF) is one of those local artist offerings that make you wonder why this artist is not already signed and famous. IF, loaded with finely crafted, rich, tuneful songs, manages to be a complete album experience from bright beginning to glorious finale. In fact, much of Mendelsohn's material defies category."
—Bill Copeland, Music News

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Sorry, no rain date