REGARDING TICKETS FOR THIS SHOW:
If you are a member of the Trustees of Reservations, you are eligible for reduced ticket pricing with your TTOR membership number. Please purchase your tickets through the Trustees of Reservations event page.
All tickets sold on this Crossroads Music Series website are $20. We are unable to process discounts and apologize for any inconvenience.
SPECIAL OUTDOOR EVENT
at the Stevens-Coolidge Place in North Andover!
Come enjoy a Saturday night of music, food, drink and fun at The Stevens-Coolidge Place! We are collaborating with the TRUSTEES OF RESERVATIONS on this special event.
Bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket and come join us for wonderful evening with family and friends. Grab a drink from our beer and wine truck, grab food and dessert from the food trucks, explore the gardens, and play lawn games that will be set up around the grounds, but make sure you are also ready to dance!
Directions to Stevens-Coolidge Place
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
Cold Chocolate is a fresh and exciting Americana band with a unique sound that fuses bluegrass and folk with a dash of funk. With original tunes and technical prowess, this trio from Boston is mesmerizing audiences with guitar, upright bass, percussion, and three-part harmony.
Since their formation in 2011, Cold Chocolate has been quickly gaining recognition for their high-energy performances. The band has shared bills with such bluegrass giants as Leftover Salmon and David Grisman, and has performed at numerous prominent East Coast festivals, including the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, FloydFest, FreshGrass Festival, and the Ossipee Valley Music Festival.
Big Blue World is a roots based band from Boston combining vocal harmonies layered over rock and world beat grooves. They have developed a unique sound that moves smoothly from original reggae and rock to West African and Cuban music.
Big Blue World plays original rock, world, African, reggae, and funk. Band members are Chris Chitouras (guitar & vocals), Keith Kirkpatrick (bass & vocals), Conor O’Brien (vocals, guitar, & mandolin) and Frank Laurino (drums and percussion). Some influences include Paul Simon, Fela Kuti, Bob Marley, Peter Gabriel, Buena Vista Social Club, Salif Kieta, Baaba Maal, Grateful Dead and Zani Diabate.