Antenna Cloud Farm Music Walk

Antenna Cloud Farm Music Walk: This free, village-wide festival showcases an array of innovative and virtuosic performances in beautiful downtown parks and the Connecticut River waterfront. Guests are also invited to explore the QR code enabled “Artist Discovery Listening Stations” as the festival moves throughout the cultural district. All performances are FREE, open to the public, family- friendly and wheelchair accessible. The rain date is Sunday, July 2.

Fun Fest

Saturday, May 20: Enjoy performances in a beautiful riverfront setting by the raucous Expandable Brass Band, three-time TONY award winner Abena Koomson-Davis, story weaver Djeli Forchion, Sir Mimealot, and Brazilian musician Isabella Mendes. Elsa Borrero will share a Latin dance workshop followed by high-energy Afro-Andean World Beat legends VIVA QUETZAL!

folk music at the common hall

Saturday, May 6. Hailing from diverse corners of the state, these musical groups will take the audience on a journey through three different, unique takes on folk music. Featuring Isaac Taylor, Miners, and Cloudbelly, this convergence of internationally renowned musicians will be a magical and inspiring event that you won’t want to miss.

“Mother Tongue”

Developed by members of First Generation, an intergenerational arts and youth leadership organization based in Springfield, MA, “Mother Tongue” is inspired by family stories and events from Congo/Tanzania, Bhutan/Nepal, South Sudan, Holyoke, and Springfield.