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May – McCarter Concerts in the Square
May 23, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 4:00 pm on Sunday, repeating until May 30, 2021
Celebrate the return of spring with free outdoor performances in the heart of Princeton! Enjoy music every Sunday from local musicians making their McCarter debuts.
Shop and dine with friends and family during the day and then settle in for an evening performance on the Green. Don’t forget to pack a chair or blanket! For the full list of outdoor performances on the Square from May 2nd – June 20th visit mccarter.org!
SUNDAY, MAY 2
This unique country duo performs all over the US, opening for acts like Jake Owen, Russell Dickerson, Jimmie Allen, High Valley, Tyler Rich, and Jordan Davis.
SUNDAY, MAY 9
Esteem All Stars
Get up and dance to the best pop, rock, oldies, R&B, and swing music – what’s new and what’s classic from the 50s to today!
SUNDAY, MAY 16
Deeply rooted in the historic Jersey Shore music scene, Guadagno has released five albums filled with musical surprises and unique interpretations of inspirational artists’ work.
SUNDAY, MAY 23
The Suyat Band
The seven-piece Suyat Band delivers high-energy hits from yesterday and today with rock-solid musicianship and warm-hearted Aloha spirit.
SUNDAY, MAY 30
Jeiris Cook Trio
Coming from a long generation of musicians with deep roots in the south, Jeiris Cook is an original singer/songwriter, producer, and R&B artist.
ABOUT McCARTER THEATRE CENTER
Under the leadership of award-winning Artistic Director Sarah Rasmussen, Managing Director Michael S. Rosenberg and Special Programming Director William W. Lockwood, McCarter’s mission is to create world-class theater and present the finest artists for the community engagement, education, and entertainment. Winner of the 1994 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, world premieres include Christopher Durang’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (2013 Tony Best Play); Tarell Alvin McCarey’s The Brother/Sister Plays, Emily Mann’s Having Our Say, and Danai Gurira’s The Convert. Due to COVID-19, McCarter has pivoted to virtual programming including McCarter@HOME and Online Classes, reaching new audiences across the world. www.mccarter.org.
The McCarter Concerts in Palmer Square will be following CDC guidelines, state and local mandates, and industry best practices to ensure the health and safety of our audience and artists.
Check out McCarter Theatre’s full concert announcement in our News Section!