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Join us for food and drinks before the show in our outdoor garden starting at 6pm!

The night’s food truck is Pam & Fam Forkin’ Good Grub!



LBN is a self-contained artistic unit with all songwriting, instrumentation, production, mixing and video production handled in-house. The band’s songwriting features reflective storytelling set within an indie aesthetic shaded by cosmic Americana. Think young Bonnie Raitt meets Chris Stapleton, splash in some Grace Potter, a hint of Amy Winehouse….all through a Billie Eilish lens and you’re just about there.

Their third album, Earth Needs A Moon (August 2022) whisks the listener beyond the stratosphere for some vintage psychedelia that lives firmly between the 1960s and 1970s. Stylistic signposts along the way include 1970s Stevie Wonder, Sgt.. Peppers-era Beatles, Betty Davis, Neil Young, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Mickey Newbury’s “An American Trilogy,” and the production of Blake Mills (Conor Oberst, The Avett Brothers, Lana Del Rey).

The band is an atmospheric, nostalgia-laced vocal harmony group for modern times. Lead by powerhouse vocalist Anna Lombard, paired with strong, supportive male & female background vocals, all presented in a timeless yet timely bed of production by the inimitable, multi-instrumentalist Jon Roods (Rustic Overtones, Armies).


Starling is a folk-pop band based in Portland, ME. Consisting of a string quartet (Amarantos Quartet) and vocalist (Sara Hallie Richardson.) The band draws eclectic inspiration from lifelong idols Stevie Nicks, Joan of Arc, Joni Mitchell, and Anne of Green Gables. The genre bending arrangements take you on a journey through pastoral views, deep dreamscapes, and matters of the heart.

As industry veterans, members of the band have collectively played locally and internationally with artists such as Kacey Musgraves, Halsey, St. Vincent, Christina Perri, Guster, The Rustic Overtones, Owl City, Kenny Rogers, and Glen Campbell.

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