Burritt on the Mountain in collaboration with Huntsville Traditional Music Association are happy to announce the return of the Coffeehouse Series bringing monthly Outdoor Coffeehouse Concerts, March – September. HTMA will host a variety of musicians at the Isenberg Gazebo at Burritt.
Gates open at 6pm. Coffeehouse concerts begin at 7pm.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the gate. Children are FREE
Online advanced ticket sales end at 4pm the day of the event.
Cash bar and light snacks, along with a limited number of charcuterie boxes will be available for purchase. Charcuterie boxes are $30 and feed 2-4 people.
In the event of rain, concerts will be moved to the new Bendickson Family Pavilion at Burritt.
Ticket purchases are non-refundable and considered a tax deductible donation.
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: Huntsville Community Drumline
Huntsville Community Drumline is a non-profit percussion instruction organization for youth in grades 1st thru 9th. Classes are also available for senior adults and retirees. They are located at 1800 Jordan lane and are a service to the community in that instrument use and professional instruction are tuition-free. Information can be found at www.huntsvillecommunitydrumline.com
Artist Bio: Lowery and Friends
Over the years he has played many genres of music including Country, Rock, Contemporary Christian, Bluegrass, Blues, and Folk. As Lowery describes hismusical journey, ” After many years of playing music, I started to realize that the songs that most appealed to me had some things in common: a simple easy to follow structure, lots of vocal harmonies, and lyrics about matters of the heart. “Lowery teams up with some of the best performers in the area to bring high energy, familiar covers and heartfelt originals