Benefit Concert with John McCutcheon
Postponed due to COVID-19
All tickets will be honored when the Concert is rescheduled
Our benefit concert was originally scheduled for March 30, 2020 and was sold out! When the pandemic hit, we rescheduled the concert for November 15, 2020, but we have once again been forced to postpone this in-person event in order to protect public health.
John McCutcheon is committed to performing a live, in-person concert for Keep Media Green as soon as it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we kindly request that ticket holders hold on to their tickets and join us for a special online, preview concert that John will be recording just for us. Live hosting by Keep Media Green concert committee members and a special greeting by John McCutcheon.
All tickets will be honored when we finally have the in person concert. If you have misplaced your ticket, don't worry, we have a list of everyone who purchased tickets -- either directly through Keep Media Green or on the Brown Paper ticket site. Thank you for your patience while we all endure the consequences of a global pandemic!
"John McCutcheon is not only one of the best musicians in the USA, but also a great singer, songwriter, and song leader. And not just incidentally, he is committed to helping hard-working people everywhere to organize and push this world in a better direction."
One of the most dynamic and iconic live performers in Folk Music, six-time Grammy nominee John McCutcheon's four-decade career has taken him around the world with his unique blend of stunning instrumental skills, incisive songwriting, and subtly seductive storytelling. Hilarious, heartwarming, stirring, and always entertaining.
It is an amazing privilege that John will be performing for the benefit of Keep Media Green, a local group working to protect the town's remaining open green spaces from over-development.
In addition to the 2-hour concert, the in-person event -- when it finally happens -- will include refreshments for sale, a raffle, and a brief explanation of Keep Media Green.