Going against the odds, last September it looked like the outdoor Natick Center Porchfest musical extravaganza while just about every other event was nixed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But less than a week before the event was to have taken place, it was nixed due to rising COVID-19 case numbers.
Now, however, Natick Porchfest is on for Saturday, Sept. 25 from 2-6pm.
This is a free event where singers and bands perform on porches, lawns and other such casual venues.
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.
Email email@example.com to learn more.
Here are the street areas selected to be part of this year’s event:
- Area #1: Washington St., Walnut St., Harvard St., Franklin St., Florence St., David Drive.
- Area #2: Grant St., Wilson St., Sheridan St., Sherman St., Avon St., Garfield St., Chester St., Morse St.
- Area #3: Pond St., Maple St., Plain St., Park St., Western Ave., Floral Ave., Waban St.