The Jim Kweskin Extravaganza

Celebration & New Record Release

A live concert that will honor and celebrate Jim Kweskin's legacy and his ongoing contributions to the music industry over the past 60-plus years.

Sunday, February 4th - 2:00pm

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The concert will feature songs from Jim’s soon-to-be-released recording on StorySound Records, Never Too Late:  Jim Kweskin, Duets with My Friends, which will be released shortly on Friday, January 26, 2024.  The show will also feature artists and songs from Jim’s storied career, including the renowned and influential Jim Kweskin Jug Band

Scheduled to appear along with Jim, are Maria Muldaur, John Sebastian, Fiona Kweskin, Geoff Muldaur, Samoa Wilson, Annie Raines, Paul Rishell, Juli Crockett, Suzy Thompson, Cindy Cashdollar and Matthew Berlin.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE seating is available for purchase online***
If you need reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849

Doors will open 45-Minutes prior to the start time.

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ACCESSIBLE SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE BALCONY.
There is no elevator access to the balcony.
Requires climbing several flights of stairs.

SEATING & TICKET PRICING

A Service Fee will be added at all points-of-sale
PREMIUM SEATING: $75.00
Limited Front Orchestra Seating | Rows A thru B ONLY

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PREFERRED ORCHESTRA SEATING: $65.00
Orchestra Seating Thru Row K

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PREFERRED FRONT BALCONY SEATING: $55.00

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RESERVED REAR ORCHESTRA SEATING: $55.00

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RESERVED REAR BALCONY SEATING: $45.00

 




 

Jim Kweskin is the founder of the legendary 1960s Jim Kweskin Jug Band with Fritz Richmond, Geoff Muldaur, Maria Muldaur, Mel Lyman, and Bruno Wolfe. During the five years they were together, they successfully transformed the sounds of Pre-World War II rural music into a springboard for their good-humored performances. Their imitators were legion, including a San Francisco jug band that became the Grateful Dead, a Los Angeles jug band that became the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and a New York jug band that became the Lovin’ Spoonful. No other group attained their unique blend of youthful energy and antiquarian expertise, tight musicianship, loose camaraderie, and infectious swing.