Friday, August 6th 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Lawn opens at 5:30 pm
East End Park
217 Maxham Meadow Way
Woodstock, VT 05091
Part of Music by the River
Free and open to all. Donations welcome.
Advanced Registration required. Click here to register.
Pentangle Arts is pleased to present our annual Music by the River series of outdoor concerts in July and August. This popular concert series features renowned regional artists whose talents will be showcased in the newly renovated East End Park. Truly a magical setting, this outdoor amphitheater showcases a view of the Ottauquechee River. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of a cadre of volunteers, the East End Park features a beautiful riverfront setting and adjacent hiking trail that serves as an inspiration for repurposing land in a thoughtful, innovative way. The relaxed setting is perfect for music lovers of all ages to come together for a happy summer evening of music, food and friends.
Patrons are requested to observe social distancing. Guests may bring their own picnics to enjoy or purchase food and beverages from the Worthy Kitchen.
Food and beverages provided by:
Genre: Latin Indie Folk
About the band:
“My music lives in cultural dualities.” Born to Puerto Rican parents & raised in Rochester, NY, Marcie Hernandez is a singer-songwriter with a sound that combines Latin rhythms & instrumentation with the feel & lyrical vulnerability of indie folk music. Each song is a snapshot of her life, telling stories of love & loss, growth & transformation.
“It’s such a welcome surprise when a debut kicks you directly in the head – figuratively, of course. Such is the case with Amanecer, the first LP from Marcie Hernandez. The local singer-songwriter and certified music therapist has spent years building a network of collaborators and fans in Burlington. That includes three years working on her first full-length album, which is all the better for it.” – Seven Days