Orleans celebrates the start of summer with a free three-day concert series featuring some of the region’s top musicians.
What better way to kick off the summer than the Solstice Stomp, a three-day event that begins on June 21st and will feature some of the region's top local musicians performing live, outdoors in Orleans.
Performances will take place, 4-6 pm, each day, beginning on Monday, June 21 when Sarah Bach, Kim Moberg and Heather Swanson entertain audiences at Parish Park on Main Street.
The next night (Tuesday, June 22), the iconic Wndmill in Orleans will serve as the backdrop for the Chandler Travis Three-O and the energetic percussion of the Drumma Queens.
The Solstice Stomp concludes on Wednesday, June 23 when Shannon Davis and Dan Cutler with DJ New Sheriff perform live behind the Trove Gallery on Route 6A.
This free event is being produced by the Orleans Cultural District with support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council Festival Program. For more details, visit the Orleans Cultural District's Facebook page or website.