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Thacher Hall

All Worn Out Jug Band: Pro-Democracy Tour Concert

Join us for a concert featuring featuring folk songs that propelled movements, from the likes of Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie. Scroll down for event info and ticket link!

All Worn Out Jug Band:  Pro-Democracy Tour Concert
All Worn Out Jug Band:  Pro-Democracy Tour Concert

Time & Location

Jun 16, 2024, 3:00 PM

Thacher Hall, 266 MA-6A, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675, USA

About the event

Tickets: CLICK THIS LINK TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

$15 Recommended Donation

The All Worn Out Jug Band is a Cape-based band that has been performing locally and regionally for the last 24 years. The group has always been comprised of multi-instrumentalists, who give each song its own special treatment, their repertoire includes classic jug band tunes, mixed in with folk, country, gospel and blues. This year, the band is including folk protest songs, harkening back to the power of music as a part of political movements.

The band includes:

Gregory Baird: Ukulele, banjo, washboard, slide whistle, sound engineer, composer

Kevin Howard: Guitar, mandolin, kazoo

Mary Loebig: Stand-up bass

Fred Monthei: Guitar and mandolin

Reverend Doctor Edmund Robinson: Banjo, concertina, fiddle, harmonica, jug

The All Worn Out Jug Band is most of all a fun group, who enjoy performing in the folk tradition. So join us on June 16th for a good time - and bring Dad!

This concert is sponsored in part by Eastern Bank.

Tickets: CLICK THIS LINK TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

$15 Recommended Donation

Credit card ticket sales available through this EventBrite page. Tickets also available at the door - CASH & CHECK ONLY (unless sold out).

Parking Note:  There is no parking at Thacher Hall. Parking is available just across Route 6A from Thacher Hall around the Common, as well as at the Post Office. Overflow parking is also available at the Chapter House Inn parking lot (west side). Crossing attendants will be available to assist with crossing Route 6A at the designated crosswalk in front of Thacher Hall. If you need accessible parking information, please email events@thacherhall.org.

Accessibility Note:  Thacher Hall is a historic building and is not accessible via wheelchair - a short flight of stairs is required for entrance into the Hall and the restrooms are located on the lower level (accessed via stairs).

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