Say so long to summer with one last outdoor music listening experience this Saturday, September 24, at mnartists.org and Silverwood Park‘s Field Trip! The forecast taunts with promises of upper 60s and lots of sun, so take advantage of this opportunity to get out before the season of hibernation sets upon us.
Not only will there be a full day of fun nature-meets-arts inspired activities, but there will also be lots of really great music. And no, I’m not talking about typical school bus singalong jams like Kumbaya and 99-bottles-of-beer-on-the-wall… check out our version of a field trip soundtrack below.
The Eclectic Ensemble‘s Music of the Sun starts off the afternoon music line up with 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. performances at the Visitor Center Patio. The concept behind Music of the Sun focuses on radiating positive energy in the form of surreal instrumental sound scapes. Sounds pretty neat to me, what do you think?
At 6:00 p.m. the irresistible Malamanya spices things up at the Amphitheater with their awesome Cuban-inspired sounds. Who can resist? Dance party!
A series of campfire concerts will close down the Field Trip festivities starting at 7:00 p.m.
Matt Latterell in Dyers Garden,
and The White Whales on the Island.
What a perfect way to wind down after a full day of Field Trip fun.
Is it Saturday yet??