Featuring: The Mallett Brothers Band, Suitcase Junket, The Reconstructed, Gretchen & The Pickpockets, Tristan Omand, Young Frontier, Soggy Po Boys
On Saturday, June 2, Continuum Arts Collective will host its biggest annual fundraiser at Spring Hill in South Berwick, ME. This family-friendly event will feature authentic, original music, art, beer, and food in the biggest backyard in the Seacoast. Local and regional artists are invited to display their wares. We'll have bouncy houses, yard games, food trucks, and some of the finest local and regional bands. Beer will be provided by Tributary Brewing out of Kittery, ME, and we'll have over 20 local and regional artisans. This event is FREE for kids under 12 with a parent or guardian. Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. This event is rain or shine.
Tristan Omand and Connor Ryan Hennessy live at The Switchboard in Haverhill, MA for an afternoon performance. Tickets link TBA.
"Focusing on Folk, Bluegrass, and Celtic music, the mission of 33Concerts is to provide quality music in intimate concert settings." Tristan Omand opens for the Spain Brothers and Brian Richards in Manchester, NH. To make reservations for this house concert please e-mail: email@example.com
Tristan performs as part of the Artists of Salmon Falls Open Studios event, playing songs on one of the mill floors (tba) to supply a musical backdrop while the artists show off their crafts. More info at http://millartists.com/
Join New Hampshire singer-songwriters Tristan Omand, Will Kindler, and Dusty Gray at True Brew in Concord, NH on December 1st as part of Midnight Merriment. 8 pm. 21+ Cash door charge. http://intownconcord.org/index.php/event/midnight-merriment/
Tristan opens for singer/songwriter Anais Mitchell at The Word Barn in Exeter, NH.
Hailing from Vermont and described as the “Queen of Folk” by The Telegraph, Anais Mitchells albums have received Best Of ranking from NPR, the Guardian, Sunday Times, and two BBC Radio Folk Awards – and recently completed her Off-Broadway production of Hadestown, a run that was extended twice.
Tristan performs at The Currier Museum in Manchester NH as part of the Currier After Hours series. Live music, food, beer, wine, and art.
Start your holiday shopping early with this special fair hosted by the Currier Museum Shop. Regional artisans not typically represented in the Shop will sell handmade crafts throughout the Museum. Unwind with live music by singer-songwriter Tristan Omand, sample food by Chef Joseph Sylvester of the Currier’s Winter Garden Café, and sip holiday cocktails. A cash bar and full menu are available in the Winter Garden Café. General Admission applies. A $5 special exhibition charge applies to view The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec for those not-yet-members who are 13 years and older.