The Rhode Island Historical Society will kick off the 26th season of its beloved Concerts Under the Elms series on Thursday, June 29th at 6:30 p.m. The six-week series, hosted on the newly revitalized Great Lawn of the John Brown House Museum, will feature a lineup of returning favorites and first-time performers. Each evening will also feature a specially selected food truck.
Thursday the 29th of June will be featuring Greystone Rail – a first-time performer in our summer concert series. Greystone Rail features fiddle, banjo, guitar, and bass to create classic bluegrass and country music. Food provided by Little B’s BBQ.
Concerts are free for RIHS members and $10 for nonmembers. Membership packages start at $40. Guests are welcome to bring chairs and coolers.
Concerts Under the Elms are made possible by AAA Northeast, along with Brown University and Esten & Richard Insurance, B101, and Opt Eyewear.
All Concerts Under The Elms include: Greystone Rail on June 29th, Atwater-Donnelly on July 6th, Bay Swing on July 13th, The Good Living Band July 20th, Nickel Jukebox on July 27th, and Funkademic on Aug 3rd.