Homestead will host a live music series: This Old Engine, Steve Kimock and Friends, Spafford and More
Tomorrow, a live music series kicks off in Morristown, NJ, with Grateful Dead tribute band This Old Engine playing a free gig at Homestead. After the series opens on June 8, live music fans can check out a number of additional talents spread throughout the summer.
On July 17, members of Railroad Earth will perform with special guest Blake Christiana from Yarn. The evening will also double as the Bobby Syvath album release party, with Vincent Ventrigila’s Wig Party opening the evening. The event was also billed as a benefit, with contributions going to The Shawnee Creek Watershed Conservancy.
The fun will continue on August 14, when Steve Kimock and his friends will cross town for a concert. Other artists expected to appear include Spafford and Perpetual Groove – dates for these concerts will be announced shortly.
“Some of my friends think I’m crazy for investing my time and money in live performances of original music – especially in these times,” shared promoter Vincent Ventriglia of Flying V Productions. “But music is my passion, and as Homestead owner Billy Walsh says, ‘Let’s make it fun.'”
Ventriglia went on to add, “I brought in a new stage, lights and sound, and we have a capacity of 700. There’s no other venue like this in northern New Jersey. I firmly believe that everyone who comes out will enjoy our shows and leave with a smile on their face. »
The Property is located in Morristown, NJ, approximately 30 miles south of Manhattan. The establishment offers savory bites, craft cocktails, beer and more.
Visit this link to purchase tickets for the concert series.