Friday: Award Winning Neil Young tribute band Forever Young will be streaming from the Narrows Center at 8PM. Details here.
Friday: Tonight at 7PM, head to Askew in Providence for a live, socially distanced outdoor show with Greg Sherrod and The Get Down. Details here.
Friday: Passim Streams presents Mark Erelli streaming live from the legendary Club Passim in Cambridge, MA. Details here.
Friday: Vote Ready is a online festival starting at 8PM featuring dozens of bands to support Headcount.org. Performers include Larkin Poe, Rob Thomas and Portugal. The Man. Details here.
Friday: Tonight at 8:30, check out Yacht Rock Review’s show “You Make my Stream Come True.” Yup, you read that right. Details here.
Friday: Lily Hiatt will be streaming live at 8PM. Details here.
Saturday: Joan Osborne and her band will be streaming live from the Ardmore Music Hall at 8PM with songs from her new album and more. Details here.
Saturday: Democracy Comes Alive is a get out the vote show with a range of artists including Bob Weir, Michael Franti, Billy Strings, Bruce Hornsby, Warren Haynes and Shawn Colvin. Details here.
Saturday: Deadheads unite! Grateful Dead on the Green is a live outdoor show beginning at 1PM with four of the areas top Dead tribute bands, Mystic Dead, Legion of Jerry, Keats & Co. and Acoustically Dead. Details here.
Sunday: Larkin Poe is live streaming an acoustic show direct from Nashville at 2PM. Details here.
The Latest from What's Up Newp
- Newport Folk 2021 – The final day of “Folk On” (July 28)
- Obituary: Joanne Donnelly Maher
- Obituary: Ralph E. Morgan
- Newport Mansions Wine & Food Festival returns September 17 – 19
- Governor McKee, RIDE, and RIDOH release updated PreK-12 Health and Safety Guidance for the 2021-2022 School Year
- Newport to require masks in city-owned buildings beginning August 2
- FirstWorks Live – Roger Williams Park free Summer Concert Series continues Sunday 8-1 with Voces de Los Andes
- Newport Folk 2021 – “Folk On” Part 2 Day 2 (Tuesday, July 27)
- Obituary: Rayfield Drowne Jr.
- Redwood Library & Athenaeum to house a portion of the Dr. Patrick T. Conley Library