Entertainment Line-upSep 11, 2022 | Raindate: Sep 18, 2022
Peabody Square Site
In front of Brodie’s Pub
Get ready to polka with Warszawiaki Orchestra’s traditional Polish music. Buddy Walker started this band over 70 years ago. Buddy passed away 6 years ago but his band still lives on under this direction of Tony Malionek.
Tony Giblin & Eamon Coyne
Tony Giblin is from Galway, Ireland and Eamon Coyne is from Milltown Malbay in County Clare. Tony came to the US in 1983 with his two brothers playing music in Boston and New York and has lived here since. Eamon Coyne is a multiple All-Ireland fiddle champion having played for luminaries such as Condelezza Rice and the King and Queen of Spain.
Jah Spirit is a six-person reggae band with an unforgettable stage show. They was the first reggae band to be placed on the New England Foundation for the Arts Roster of recommended and endorsed performers.
Renee and the Renegades
Sayat Nova Dance Company
Passion East Productions
Main Street Site
In front of Gallo Nero Restaurant
The Brian Maes Band
The Brian Maes Band is made up of musicians who are highly sought after and some of which have been playing together for most of their music careers. Featuring former members of RTZ, Peter Wolf’s Houseparty 5 and Ernie And the Automatics. They have toured with, opened up for and recorded with some of the music world’s biggest names including U2, Aerosmith, The Kinks, BB King, Etta James, Pat Benatar, Deep Purple Foreigner, Eddie Money America and many more.
The Camelia Latin Classics Quartet
Get ready to dance with Latin oldies ranging in style from Cuban son, merengue, bachata and cumbia. The band members are mostly Latinos from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Even though it’s only a 4-piece group, it easily sounds like an 8-piece with each musician playing 2 or more instruments simultaneously.
Mery EMe & The Latin Roots Band
Dis & Dat
Pop up Performances
Look for them in front of Northeast Arc on Foster Street
The Velvet Dirtmunchers are a genre-bending septet from Boston, MA featuring sultry vocals, squeezebox, and impudent (mouthy! hellacious!) horns.
AfroCaribbean Musical StoryTelling
At the library courtyard