A good old-fashioned blues, brews and BBQ throwdown will take place Saturday, September 21 at the Cotuit Center for the Arts. The Tarbox Ramblers, The Bluegrass Gospel Project and Paul Rishell & Annie Raines will bring their rootsy Americana-based music jam-packed with fiddles, banjo’s, harmonica’s, guitars and more to the Cape’s foremost cultural center, transporting attendees from the heart of Bluegrass and gospel country through the Mississippi Delta to the smoky blues rooms of Chicago.
To help complete the journey, The All Worn Out Jug Band will get the music going and Dave’s Cape Cod Smokehousewill be onsite with the vittles. He’ll have his smoker and grills cranking out sandwiches, ribs, sides and smoked seafood. Plus ice cream and coffee. Vegetarian options will be available for those that prefer their swine left fine.
All three acts are veterans of the dynamic New England Americana music scene and regularly present their roots-inspired music to audiences in festivals and concert halls around the world.
So come on down and get yer fill at this Americana Hootenanny!
Tickets $25 // $22 Seniors // $20 Members