Burritt on the Mountain in collaboration with Huntsville Traditional Music Association are happy to announce the return of the Coffeehouse Series. Burritt in collaboration with Huntsville Traditional Music Association, bring monthly Outdoor Coffeehouse Concerts. March – September, HTMA will bring a variety of musicians to the Isenberg Gazebo at Burritt. Coffeehouses start at 7pm, Gates open at 6pm.
Cash bar and light snacks, along with a limited number of charcuterie boxes will be available for purchase. Charcuterie boxes are $30 and feeds 2-4 people.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the gate. Children are FREE
Online advanced ticket sales end at noon the day of the event.
In the event of rain, concerts will be moved to the new Bendickson Family Pavilion at Burritt.
If the concert must be cancelled due to inclement weather or other circumstances beyond our control, ticket purchases will be considered a tax-deductible donation to Burritt on the Mountain. Ticket purchasers will be notified of cancellations by email.
HTMA member Opener: Consort a’ l’ancienne
Consort a’ l’ancienne won an Alabama American String Teachers Association award for best new educational program. An extension of “Phil Sanders Strings at The Fret Shop,” Consort plays chamber music from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
Artist Bio: Allen and Connie Watkins
Allen and Connie Watkins offer acoustic music on guitar, banjo and mandolin. Original music comprises the majority of their shows, along with covers of traditional bluegrass, gospel and folk music. Allen has a local music studio where he teaches guitar, mandolin, banjo, and bass; in addition to being a recording artist and studio musician in Muscle Shoals. His 25-year musical touring career included time with Claire Lynch and the Front Porch String Band and The Lonesome River Band. Connie has been featured in singer-songwriter showcases and has a CD of original music.