Bringing you an outstanding season as we celebrate over
25 years of entertainment in the Lakes Region!
The Great Waters Board of Directors has closely monitored information from local, state, and federal authorities regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic, and we have considered the potential impact on our community at large.
We believe fervently in the vital role the arts play in our lives and our community. We are always excited to see our friends and neighbors enjoying Great Waters’ concerts and events. We take our responsibility to you, our donors, sponsors, and patrons seriously.
After thorough evaluation and thoughtful deliberation, painful as it is, like the Tokyo Olympics, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Season.
While keeping people safe, we continue to re-build a strong, vital season for 2021. We are excited to announce our partnership with the Castle in the Clouds, where we will put Great Waters performances under the Tent, in a spectacular setting with food and beverage service. Additionally, we are planning a full Wolfeboro season.
We are currently working on rebooking this year’s concerts including the Australian Bee Gees, and Classic Albums Live “Hotel California,” a free community Folk Festival in Cate Park, plus singer-songwriter composer Peter Cincotti, comedian Juston McKinney, and Neil Berg’s 50 Years of Rock ’N Roll, and more for 2021.
If you have purchased tickets for our 2020 Season, we will be in touch about a credit to the 2021 Season, ticket donations, or a refund.
Please stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you in 2021.
The Street Piano Project
The brightly painted pianos of the Street Piano Project are a visible, and hands on way to engage our community in the joy of music. As part of our core mission, we have partnered with Huggins Hospital and Ashton & Company to share the message “Music Heals” throughout the Wolfeboro area.
Studies show that music can reduce anxiety, help with stress management and is a proven form of relaxation, not to mention it generates smiles and brings people together.
This year, Great Waters believes its more important than ever to share the power of music as our community recovers from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Our small fleet of pianos will be placed throughout Wolfeboro to invite passersby to stop and play a few notes or a whole piece, at their leisure. Join Great Waters, Huggins Hospital and Ashton & Company to spread a healing message through music on the streets of Wolfeboro this summer!
If you feel so inclined, take a short video of yourself, or friends and family, and send it to us at email@example.com We’d love to post it for everyone to enjoy.