Where do you find the best music on the South Coast?
Everywhere you look! Here are some of the highlights coming our way this summer.
Fall River and New Bedford
In Fall River you’ll find a steady stream of great music at the Narrows Center for the Arts (http://www.narrowscenter.org):
For contemporary, traditional and Celtic folk music, the best place is the Greater New Bedford Summerfest (http://www.newbedfordsummerfest.com).
New Bedford Symphony guest artist Roberto Plano returns to the area from his native Italy to perform two piano concerts at the Newport Music Festival on July 15 and 16 (www.newportmusic.org).
The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center (www.zeiterion.org) in New Bedford has a sizzling lineup this summer.
More in New Bedford
The Rotch-Jones-Duff House (www.rjdmuseum.org) offers a Concert in the Garden featuring Laura Cortese and the Acoustic Project on August 16.
There is always music and more at AHA!,
The Feast of the Blessed Sacrament (www.portuguesefeast.com) in New Bedford, August 2-5, features continuous live Portuguese and American entertainment at five performance locations.
One of the high points of every South Coast summer is the New Bedford Festival Theatre’s annual production (www.nbfestivaltheatre.com).
For those who love the sound of a big band, the South Coast Jazz Orchestra performs on the first Monday of the month at the Airport Grille in New Bedford. And the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra kicks off its new season on September 22 with an All Mozart program (www.nbsymphony.org).
Musicians from around the United States will converge in Marion for the Buzzards Bay Musicfest (www.buzzardsbaymusicfest.com) on July 11-15.
The Town of Dartmouth puts on a Wednesday night concert series featuring rock and pop performers at Apponagansett Park on Gulf Road, June through September.
The Onset Blues Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary on August 4th. It is the longest running blues festival in New England, and hosts some of the most highly acclaimed acts in the blues scene. A full line-up of performers will be announced soon at www.onsetbluesfestival.com.
As you can see, the music never stops on the South Coast.
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