Organizers of the Natick Center Porchfest, a free event where singers and bands perform on porches, lawns and other such casual venues, is boldly looking to hold its fall version in-person on Sept. 26 from 2-6pm despite the pandemic. There’s got to be a way to do this safely, with musicians separated from listeners, and listeners agreeing to mask up and not crowd. Sound does travel.
I’ve been to pre-COVID porchfests in Arlington and Brookline and they were a ton of fun. Great vibes and discoveries while sampling a variety of music you might not otherwise be exposed to if left to your own tastes.
The May edition of Natick Center PorchFest turned into a virtual at-home event in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. So let’s see if this in-person edition will fly.
If interested in performing at Natick Center Porchfest message firstname.lastname@example.org