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Music in Depot Park Peterborough

Music in Depot Park is Peterborough’s FREE celebration of Friday summer evenings, sponsored by Bellows-Nichols Insurance, Twelve Pine, and Depot Square.

Come and enjoy music at the confluence of the Contoocook and Nubanusit Rivers (rain location inside Twelve Pine). Bring your picnic, lawn chair, friends and family, and enjoy open air entertainment from 6 – 7:30 pm

July 8 LOS SUGAR KINGS

Boston-based quartet known for their dynamic live performances, rich harmonies, intense musicianship and ability to transcend genre. Respect is paid to the forefathers and traditions of Afro-Cuban Son, Rumba-Flamenca and Salsa, but Los Sugar Kings (named after a Cuban baseball team) also actively draw on influences from nearly every continent in their unique roots-rock-reggae fusion repertoire.

July 15 TRIO SPHERE

Playing music of (& inspired by) jazz legend Thelonious Monk…playful, melodic & quirky, the trio creates an engaging interactive vibe with the audience. Featuring Tom Robinson on keyboards, Fender Rhodes, and soprano saxophone, Scott Kiefner on bass, and Tim Gilmore, percussion.

July 22 THE SNAZ

The Snaz formed four years ago when it’s members were still struggling through adolescence. Since that time they have grown through playing festivals like and South By South, The Green River Festival, and Grand Point North West. The band was awarded WRSI’s best song of the year for 2015. This band is conquering the competitive music scene of southern Vermont readying itself to be the next big thing!

July 29 DRAGONFLY

Dragonfly overs an eclectic mix of classic and new Rock, Blues, Folk, Country and Bluegrass, with funky grooves, rich vocals and stellar harmonies! With Judy Blake on vocals and percussion, Ken Hamshaw on guitar and vocals, and Danny Solomon on bass, Owen Landis on drums.

August 5 PAUL KLEMPERER AND HIS NEW HAMPSHIRE ENSEMBLE

Saxophonist Paul Klemperer is active in the Austin, TX blues and jazz scene. Paul’s NH roots enable him to be the feature attraction of the summer program. Year after year, he leaves us craving more. We are thrilled to have him back. His NH ensemble is Max Nunnemaker, bass (and sax for some sweet duets); Spencer Peery, guitar; Gordon Peery, keyboard; and Joe Bartlett on drums.

Category: Arts News, Music, Peterborough, Summer