By Emily Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Jul 8, 2018 at 1:00 PMUpdated Jul 8, 2018 at 4:34 PM
Project Arts of Plymouth Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to providing free, live concerts, is presenting Bass & Blues Harborfest next weekend, for a one-two punch of great entertainment.
Project Arts of Plymouth Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to providing free, live concerts, is presenting Bass & Blues Harborfest next weekend, for a one-two punch of great entertainment. This year, Project Arts is teaming up with Plymouth 400 Inc. to support its efforts to raise money for the town’s 400th anniversary celebration in 2020 by adopting the title Bass & Blues Harborfest to jibe with Plymouth 400′s Bass & Blue Tournament. One is about music and the other is about fishing.
So, grab a beach chair, some soda and your favorite person and head to Court Street for this celebration of summer.
WHAT & WHEN
Project Arts will present Bass & Blues Harborfest for two days in a row.
Plymouth 400 Bass & Blue Tournament teams with Harborfest July 12-15
July 7, 2018
Friday, July 14
Noon – Quadrafunk
2:30 p.m. – The Sleeping Monkey Band
5 p.m. – Cadillac Walk
Saturday, July 15
Noon – The Chris Stoval Brown Band
2:30 p.m. – Mark T. Small
5 p.m. – The Quins
Bass & Blues Harborfest will be held at 134 Court St. on the lawn in front of the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce offices.
These concerts are absolutely, positively free, so don’t miss out. Project Arts’ Free Summer Concert Series is being held in this new 134 Court St. location this year while Pilgrim Memorial State Park reconstruction goes on. Attendees sit on the hill and can view the stage easily from the graded slope.