Outdoor Summer Concert Series in Downtown Easton
Each summer, the Avalon Foundation seeks out regional performers and military bands to cover a wide range of tastes in good music. These concerts are held on downtown streets and parks. Streets are closed to traffic so that visitors can fill streets and sidewalks with lawn or camp chairs to enjoy the performances. The family-friendly concerts are free and open to the public. Children are welcome and dancing is encouraged.
Clean Water Concert Series
The Clean Water Concert Series is co-sponsored by the Avalon Foundation and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Join us on Harrison Street in downtown Easton as we present live music and education about the Chesapeake Bay Foundations "Clean Water Blueprint". These events are Free and open for all to enjoy. Harrison Street will be transformed into an environmental block party at 6pm and the music will begin at 7pm.
XPD’s Saturday, June 8, Harrison Street
One of the best bands in the metropolitan area, XPD’s appear frequently in the Easton area laying down Motown, R&B, and funk tunes that have everyone on their feet and dancing to the groove! Regardless of your age and musical taste, and no matter what you grew up listening to on the radio, the XPD's play it all.
Eastport Oyster Boys Saturday, June 29, Harrison Street
A troupe of Chesapeake Bay troubadours celebrating life here in the "Land of Pleasant Living" and along the shores of the Chesapeake through song and story and mirth... The Eastport Oyster Boys have been acclaimed as the Musical Goodwill Ambassadors from the City of Annapolis, the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the Chesapeake.
U.S. Navy Country Current
Saturday, July 6 – Washington Street (Rain Venue: Avalon Theatre), 7 p.m.
The Navy’s premiere country-bluegrass ensemble is nationally renowned for its versatility and “eye-popping” musicianship, performing a blend of modern country music and cutting-edge bluegrass.
Saturday, July 27 – Harrison Street (Rain Venue: Avalon Theatre), 7 p.m.
One of the Shore’s favorite bands, MuleTrain draws inspiration from Wilco and the Avett Brother, covering a variety of classic favorites along with original tunes.
Upper Chesapeake Community Band
Saturday, August 3 – Washington Street (Rain Venue: Avalon Theatre), 7 p.m.
The Upper Chesapeake Community Band is an all-age, all-volunteer organization whose purpose for almost 20 years has been to provide premium concert music for the surrounding Bay community.
U.S. Army Volunteers
Saturday, August 17 – Harrison Street (Rain Venue: Avalon Theatre), 7 p.m.
Since its inception in 1981, the rocking six-piece U.S. Volunteers has been telling the Army story around the world through rock, pop, country, and patriotic music.
U.S. Navy Cruisers
Saturday, August 24 – Washington Street (Rain Venue: Avalon Theatre), 7 p.m.
As the U.S. Navy’s premier contemporary entertainment ensemble, the Cruisers feature eight of the Navy's most dynamic performers playing genres of music ranging from jazz & standards, rhythm & blues, classic rock, adult contemporary and pop as well as original material.
These concerts are supported by the Maryland State Arts Council and Talbot County Arts Council. For More information and Rain Venue locations please call the Avalon Theatre box office 410-822-7299.
This is the work of the Avalon Foundation. www.theavalonfoundation.com for more information please call 410-822-7299