The Fine Arts Connection of Thomaston has selected the bands that will appear in the 2018 free Summer Band concerts at Seth Thomas Park in Thomaston. This is the 16th year of the concert series, supported by corporate sponsor: Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation. The concerts are held on Monday evenings, beginning on June 25th, and run through August 20th, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm, and happen at. Each concert is free, and all are welcome to attend; the Park is handicap accessible. In the event of rain, the concerts move to the air-conditioned Thomaston High School auditorium, Branch Road, Thomaston. Plan now to bring your lawn chairs. Parking is available at the Unimetal lot across from the Park. Due to a town ordinance, alcohol is not permitted in the Park.
July 2: Windborne, which has played up & down the East coast, a vocal folk band new to the series.
July 9: Pierce Campbell, with his 60’s Satisfaction group, a concert by a crowd favorite, If you love the music of the 60’s, be sure to be with us. Barrett Family Oil is sponsoring this concert.
July 16: Deni Bonet, another new performer, with her own eclectic stylings, who has even performed at the White House.
July 23: The jazz group, Chris Coogan Quartet for an evening of fine Jazz/Funk/Fusion.
July 30: The Page Turners, an original folk singer/songwriter group with their own music, as well as some old favorites.
August 6: Promises to be a great evening of country/folk mix with the ever-popular Goldrush returning to the stage. In the event of rain, this concert would be held at the First Congregational Church on Main St.
August 13: Features the eclectic Afro-Semitic Experience, a dynamite group which has been very well received in previous years.
August 20: Closing out this year’s 16th season is another Thomaston favorite, Clearview, with their classic rock/pop/ and Top 40’s sounds.
Monday evenings, from July 2 to August 20, 7 to 8:30 pm
Seth Thomas Park
South Main Street