On September 6, 2023

Spencer Lewis brings energetic folk-rock to Feast and Field


Thursday, Sept. 7 at 5:30 p.m.—BARNARD—Spencer Lewis and the New Old Vermonters are bringing their unique blend of original Americana and folk-rock to the Feast and Field outdoor concerts this Thursday, Sept. 7. Known for their energetic performances and harmonious melodies, this talented group of musicians is sure to captivate audiences of all ages.

Led by Spencer Lewis, a seasoned singer-songwriter, the New Old Vermonters offer a refreshing take on traditional folk music. Their repertoire includes a mix of old-timey ballads, anthems, and homemade fiddle tunes that will transport you back to a bygone era. With Lewis on guitar, violin, and fiddle, Justin Park on mandolin and guitar, and Mark Burds on guitar, banjo, and slide guitar, the New Old Vermonters create a rich tapestry of sound that is both nostalgic and contemporary.

In addition to their original compositions, the New Old Vermonters also pay homage to the forgotten songs of the past. With a repertoire curated by Lewis and his songwriting buddy from the ‘70s, Jared Barkan, the band ensures that the unheralded and obscure tunes of yesteryear are given the recognition they deserve. The harmonies between the band members are seamless, creating a truly immersive musical experience for the audience.

Fans of Americana, folk-rock, or just great music in general,will relish the opportunity to see this performance as an outdoor concert. Their performances are known for their energy, passion, and infectious melodies that will have you tapping your feet and singing along in no time.

Feast and Field’s outdoor concert series offers an affordable and accessible way to enjoy live music in the Central Vermont community. With tickets priced on a sliding scale ranging from $5 to $25, attendees can pay what they can afford, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to experience the joy of outdoor concerts.

The $5 ticket option provides an affordable option for those who may be on a tight budget, while the higher end of the sliding scale allows for those who are able to contribute more to support the event and its ongoing success. This inclusive pricing model ensures that no one is left out and that the outdoor concerts remain accessible to all.

Music enthusiasts looking for an affordable night out or those who simply want to support the vibrant arts scene in Central Vermont, should consider attending the Feast and Field outdoor concerts and take advantage of the sliding scale pricing option. All contribution, no matter how big or small, makes a difference in sustaining the local music community.

In addition to the captivating performances by Spencer Lewis and the New Old Vermonters, the Feast and Field outdoor concerts offer much more than just music. One of the highlights of the event is the opportunity to enjoy freshly prepared food that is grown, raised, and harvested right on the same land.

Fable Farm, the host of the outdoor concerts, boasts a large tent that can accommodate guests even in inclement weather. Rain or shine, the concerts will go on, ensuring that attendees can enjoy the music and food without worry. The commitment to providing a seamless experience for guests is evident in the attention to detail and preparation that goes into each event.

The combination of good food and great music creates an atmosphere of joy and camaraderie, make the outdoor concerts an unforgettable experience.

It’s worth noting that Feast and Field does not issue refunds for cancellations. This policy ensures that the event can continue to operate smoothly and sustainably. By purchasing a ticket, you are not only supporting the musicians and their craft but also contributing to the long-term viability of the Feast and Field outdoor concerts.

For more information, visit: feastandfield.com.

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