Great Waters Postpones Concerts to 2021

 Great Waters’ slogan is Entertaining the Lakes Region.  It is more than just a slogan…music and laughter are what makes us a Community, what brings us together and lifts our souls—something we need now more than ever! 

So what do we do in this time of tremendous stress & need? Painful though it is, like the Tokyo Olympics, we have no choice but to move our entire season to 2021. This is frustrating because we’ve planned an unusually great season for 2020.

Our most exciting news this year is our new partnership with the Castle in the Clouds, where we had planned to put a Great Waters Performance Tent in a spectacular setting with food and beverage service.  Our first concerts there were to be the Australian Bee Gees, and Classic Albums Live  “Hotel California”. 

 Additionally, we had planned a full Wolfeboro season—including our community favorite Folk Festival (free! Courtesy of Great Waters) in Cate Park, plus singer-songwriter composer Peter Cincotti, and comedian Juston McKinney, both at Brewster’s Anderson Hall and Neil Berg’s 50 Years of Rock ’N Roll at the Kingswood Performing Arts Center. 

The good news – this is just an intermission. We are going to do it bigger and better in 2021!

All 2020 tickets and Season Passes will be honored in 2021. All gifts pledged and received are restricted for their original purpose and held in escrow. As we add new acts, we’ll announce them promptly on our website, www.greatwaters.org. In the meantime, please contact us at 603-491-9545 with any questions.