Events for the Summer of 2014

Children's Concerts

2PM - 3pm-Free
Newton Centre Green
Opposite Panera
Newton Centre map

July 8 Josh and the Jamtones

A new interactive dance party band guaranteed to get Mod, Dad, the kids, Aunt Ethel & Fido the dog singing, shaking and jumping together.
July 15 Stacey Peasley Band

Lively and engaging, award-winning songwriter/entertainer.
Stacy Peasley
July 22 Greg McAdams Magic

A unique entertainment experience with magic, comedy & audience participation
Greg McAdams Magic
July 29 Davey the Clown

Comedian, juggler, unicyclist and accordionist.
Davey the Clown
Dancing in the Parks
sponsored by:
Newton Cultural Council

Wednesdays, 6:30 - 8 PM

Bring chairs, blankets and your dancing shoes.


July 23
Auburndale Library

John Burrows and the Copabanana Band
Caribbean rock with a Latin back beat.

David Polansky
Washington Park, Newtonville


Original and contemporary Cape Verdean music, infusing styles of jazz and Latin music into catchy, danceable, and heartfelt grooves
Blue Suede Boppers
August 6
Colette-Magni Park, Nonantum

Hipsocket Band

A tight group of seasoned players who play music that brings the house down!
Beatle Tracks

August 13
Ryan Park, West Newton

Moved to City Hall
Livin' on a Bad Name

Impersonating one of the most successful rock acts in history, this high energy band replaced Bon Jovi at the 2013 New York State Fair

Beatle Tracks
Heritage Festivals

Sundays, 6:30 PM- 8:00 PM
Free-donations accepted
Newton Centre Green
Canceled in the event of rain.

Enjoy a festival of cultures reflecting the rich diverse heritage of Newton's population. Bring lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the end of a weekend on a high note.

July 6 4EverFab
New England's premier Beatles tribute band
July 13 Hankus Netsky
Modern and traditional Klezmer music with an irresistible dance beat
Hankus Netsky
July 20 Scandinavian Heritage Festival
Join the Scandinavian Cultural Center and Stämbandet for Nordic song, food and fun!
Scandinavian Heritage Festival
July 27 Boogaloo Swamis
Take a walk down Bourbon Street to the sounds of Bayou-infused Cajun and Zydeco music.
Boogaloo Swamis
Bill Staines Back by popular demand! One of folk music's best songwriters & entertainers.

Bill Staines
Jackson Homestead
Moved to War Memorial, City Hall
6:30-8:00pm, July 15

Tickets $10 adult/$5 child/$25 family of 4


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