Concerts in the Common

At the Brighton Farmer's Market

Now–October 27, 2021

Taking place two Wednesdays a month at the Brighton Farmer's Market,
these family-friendly concerts feature live music and include dance, storytelling,
and demonstrations.


Produced by the Brighton Main Streets and the Harvard Ed Portal, entertainers include local and regional artists performing children's music, klezmer, hip hop, acapella, funk, Afro-Brazilian drumming, taiko, and more!

Concerts are free, weather permitting, and open to the public!

For weather updates and potential concert delays or cancellations, check Facebook & Twitter.

WHAT:

Concerts in
the Common

WHERE:

30 Chestnut Avenue
Brighton

WHEN:

Twice a month*
at 4:30pm

* 2nd Wednesdays: Harvard Ed Portal Family Concert Series
* Last Wednesdays: Brighton Main Streets' Brighton Sounds Concert Series

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Getting to the concerts

Performances take place on the outdoor stage located at Brighton Common, a city park across from the Brighton Library. It’s easy to spot the theater canopy from a distance and the park is accessible by wheelchair, on foot, by bike or by bus #65 or bus #86. Limited metered parking spots may be available on-street.

Presented in partnership with the Brighton Farmer's Market and the Allston Brighton Health Collaborative

Please note at the Brighton Farmer's Market:

Translators available (Russian and Traditional Chinese)No public restroomsMasks optional