Here we are in the dead of winter. For some folks that means it's time for hibernation. But not you Mainers! This is ADVENTURE TIME. We see you out there on the slopes and trails and in your ice shacks. January in Maine has also been a time to ROCK with lots of epic live shows.
Well, that escalated quickly! The Classic Rock Concert Calendar is filling in quite nicely. We started with a few make-up dates from 2020 and now we have over 40 concerts that are happening in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. From major stadium shows to intimate club performances, there's something for everyone who loves Classic Rock.
Yahooo! Concerts (fingers crossed) are coming back! One of the biggest things we have missed is going to live shows and sharing an amazing live concert TOGETHER. One by one, shows are being annoucned and rescheduled from 2020. Here is what we have so far. From Fenway to New Hampshire, to Maine, it's going to be a busy summer.
We had a bunch of concert announcements this week in New England. You remember concerts...when we all get together and go crazy with our favorite musicians? Making incredible memories with friends and sometimes, complete strangers! Rescheduled shows and some new shows have been announced at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, The Bank of NH Pavilion in Gilford, Rock Row in Westbrook, and Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor. And today the Boston Red Sox announces their Summer Concert Series. All of these Fenway dates are make-up dates from 2020. I hope you held on to your tickets! All the shows are tentative based on how the pandemic goes. But the fact that we may actually see LIVE MUSIC this summer warms my heart.
Happy 74th birthday to Reginald Dwight, better known as Sir Elton John. Elton has sold over 300 MILLION albums and has been awarded 5 Grammys. He is one of the world's biggest superstars, so we should find ourselves lucky that the Rocketman has visited Maine six different times over the years for live concerts. He's been good to us!