Cambridge Friends School Music Festival
May 15, 2010
Great Music, Great Food and Great Fun! Cambridge Friends School presents the Second Annual CFS Music Festival, Saturday, May 15, 2010, 12pm to 4pm at the Friends Meeting House at Cambridge, just a short walk from Harvard Square at 5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge, MA (off Brattle Street). Ticket prices: Adults $20, Children $10, Kids under 5 are Free; Adult ticket prices increase on day of show to $30. For more information or to buy tickets in advance go to www.cambridgefriendsschool.org/musicfest or http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/110076 On the main stage, family-friendly musical acts include: folk singer Alistair Moock, whose latest award-winning album for kids is The Cow Says Moock; local Boston Favorite Jim’s Big Ego, a band that rocks “harder, fresher, louder, sweeter and better than everyone else;” The JEF Trio, a jazz-rock-funk group that features improvised music; and Dana Colley (founding member of "alt rock" favorite Morphine) & Jeremy Lyons (“Delta-Silly Music for Kids”), playing their brand of psychedelic delta- blues. The festival will also feature jazz music from The Harry Fix Trio as well as the Cambridge Friends School’s very own jazz band! In addition to music, there will be arts and crafts, face painting and other kid-friendly activities including an “Instrument Petting Zoo” sponsored by Club Passim, the legendary listening room in Harvard Square where Joan Baez and Bob Dylan got their start, and Stubblebine Lutherie, the premier repair shop in the Boston area for guitars, mandolins and other stringed instruments. Delicious food will be available for purchase from two restaurant icons: International and Vegetarian Specialties from Harvard Square’s own Grendel's Den Restaurant & Bar; and a Taco bar provided by Viva Mexican Grill, sister restaurant to local favorite Jose's Mexican Restaurant on Sherman Street in Cambridge. Also, there will be homemade baked goods for sale. Join us for a joyful and fun-filled day of music, friendship and food! All proceeds benefit the Cambridge Friends School.