Chefs from all your favorite restaurants and caterers will be with us in the garden for an early evening of fabulous food, wonderful wines and little jazz with the Bert Jackson Trio to raise some fun and funds for programming at the Hall. Cape Cod Private Dinners, Catch of the Day /Van Rensselear's,
Hot Chocolate Sparrow, Dancing Spoon, Karoo Restaurant, Mac's Seafood ,Moby Dick's, Sumptuous Catering, Sunbird Food Truck, Wellfleet Farmers Market Chefs, Farmmaid Foods, Flying Fish, Terra Luna, Wellfleet Town Pizza, The Wicked Oyster, Wildflour Bakery, Winslows Tavern along with others will be here. Don't wait to get your tickets...there are only 100 available and we want you with us!
Saturday, May 25 • 7:00pm • $12 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Saxophonists Berke McKelvey and Bruce Abbott are two of the most repsected musicians on Cape Cod and unbelievably, they have never played in a jazz setting together! This concert will fix the problem. Performances will include a guitar duo by Ben Kushigian and John Dirac, Bruschetta Jazz Festival (formerly known as Tenor Madness), and the Berke McKelvey amd Bruce Abbott Quintet with Bart Weisman on drums, Rod McCaulley on bass and Fred Fried on guitar.
Friday, May 31 • 5:30pm • FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Join us for a conversation with the Wellfleet Farmers Market Farmers for a conversation about sustainable meat and vegetable farming.
Enjoy a delicious five course dinner sourced and prepared by the Wellfleet Farmers Market farmers with music by the Beet Greens. Proceeds from this event support the Wellfleet Farmers Market.
Saturday, June 1 • 7:30pm • $18-$30 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Sarah Potenza & the Tall Boys is a Nashville-based Americana band, specializing in original country and soul. Sarah Potenza's voice is like a Russian nested doll with Bonnie Raitt on the outside and Etta James, Susan Tedeschi and Brittany Howard inside. Potenza has a powerful, natural instrument and the originals they perform suit it well. Potenza is accompanied by her husband and Tall Boys band mate, Ian Crossman, on baritone guitar. Crossman is adept at squeezing different sounds from the rarely-seen instrument and he provides a perfect foil to Potenza's acoustic guitar, sometimes playing riffs, sometimes solos, sometimes bass lines.
National touring artists Joe Jencks, Greg Greenway and Pat Wictor have made their mark as veteran touring singer-songwriters. But Brother Sun is no songwriter's round. The trio's harmonies, as much as their lyrics, tell what they are about: warm as a campfire, stirring as a gospel church, rousing as a call to arms. Fusing folk, Americana, blues, pop, jazz, rock, and a cappella singing, Brother Sun is an explosion of musical diversity and harmony, in the finest of male singing traditions. From three major points on the map – Chicago, Boston, and New York - Joe, Greg, and Pat celebrate the amazing power of singing together, their rich voices blending on a well-crafted foundation of guitar, slide guitar, bouzouki and piano.