Seacoast Guitar Festival
Friday, April 2 - Sat April 3, 2004 8pm
Unitarian Church, Portsmouth NH
TICKETS & RESERVATIONS: Tickets are $15 advance, $18 door/ $ $12 students ($25 advance for 2-day pass, $20 for students), on the web. phone: 207-363-1886 , at Tweeter Etc. (Newington) Earcraft (Dover), Tulips (Portsmouth Downtown) Acoustic Outfitters (Stratham), and Gravestone Artwear (York ) The Seacoast Guitar Society is a non-profit organization to benefit the guitar lovers of the area. Musicians, students and fans are encouraged to join and support our cause..
Tickets and Reservations
DETAILS: The Unitarian Church (usually called the South Church) is one of the finest examples in the US of Greek revival architecture, and is a wonderful room for music, both acoustically and in atmosphere. It holds about 600 people, and the sound is great even in the back of the room. It is a favorite location for concerts in the Seacoast.
Wheelchair access: Yes
Workshop/Master Class: none
About Seacoast Guitar Festival: The SGS is starting its first festival, with 8 performers and 2 nights of great music. Friday night will be Songwriter Night, hosted by Joyce Andersen, also featuring Tom Dean, Les Sampou and David Mallett. Harvey Reid will host the Sat night Guitar Night, and will perform, along with Paul Geremia, Muriel Anderson and Peter Huttlinger.
ARTIST WEB SITE: Paul Geremia, Peter Huttlinger, Muriel Anderson, Harvey Reid, Les Sampou, David Mallett, Tom Dean, Joyce Andersen
DIRECTIONS: The Unitarian Church is located at 292 State St. It is 1 block behind the North Church (the tallest building in Portsmouth that towers over the whole town) on the 1-way street (State St) that runs the opposite direction from Congress (Daniel St - it has 3 names in 4 blocks!) The best place to park is on the street or in the High St parking garage, about 2.5 blocks away. Exit 7 from Rt 95 = Market St. (just before bridge to Maine). Go to the end, you'll be in front of North church. Drive around behind it.
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