Club Passim shows it is not too late for roasting marshmallows, sitting around a musical campfire, and sing-a-long with their two-day Labor Day festival celebrating its fifteenth year, Club Passim’s Campfire.
The music starts for as low as 10 dollars on Saturday, August 31 at noon. Club Passim kicks off the Campfire festival, a weekend dedicated to Boston’s promising new talent. Perhaps the audience will discover their next favorite performers! From Saturday, August 31 through Monday, September 2, Club Passim will create a unique ambiance by placing the songwriters “in the round” as they spend each day trading songs.
Formally known as “On the Cutting Edge of the Campfire,” these songwriters will interact with each other, may occasionally pull audience members on stage, and will watch other performers as part of the audience! Some of the performers who have graced the stage together in Campfire history have been Lori McKenna, Mark Erelli, Kris Delmhorst, Nate Borofsky of ‘Girlyman,’ and Mary Gauthier.
Club Passim started the Campfire Festival in 1998, and the festival has burst forth as one of their largest and most successful events.
Click here for ticket information and the full schedule of the slew of songwriters coming to Campfire!
All performances will take place at Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A ticket for a full day is as low as 10 dollars! For 15 dollars, stay for the entire three-day weekend! Visit www.passim.org to learn more about the daily concerts at Club Passim!