If you've never experienced hearing talented musicians perform in a small, intimate environment, you are in for a treat.
House concerts are a growing trend across the country, where people invite friends and neighbors into their homes for an up-close concert experience. And there are several house concerts being held in and around the New London area that you can check out - you just need to contact the host and ask to be invited.
Many churches and non-profit community groups around New London host occasional coffeehouses that feature traditional folk musicians and other acoustic artists as a way of bringing the community together. Several local libraries also host free concerts that are open to the general public.
In addition, live acoustic music can be heard in many listening rooms and small theaters in and around the New London area. Restaurants and cafes in the area sometimes also host nationally touring musicians.
Below you can find a listing of upcoming shows in these smaller venues by nationally and internationally touring artists.
Places to See Live Acoustic Music in and around New London, NH
|Summer Street Music Series (Bradford)|
|Three Pork Hill (Ossipee)|
|Sleepy Hollow House Concerts (Chester)|
|Old Meetinghouse (Francestown)|
|ArtisTree Community Arts Center (South Pomfret)|
|Bass Hall at Monadnock Center for History and Culture (Peterborough)|
|Sunapee Community Coffee House (Sunapee)|
|Andover Community Coffeehouse (Andover)|
|Front Porch Concert Series (Lebanon)|
|Stone Church Arts (Bellows Falls)|
|Corinth Coffee House (Corinth)|
|The Flying Goose (New London)|
|The Skinny Pancake Hanover (Hanover)|
|The Farm Cafe at the Toadstool Bookstore (Keene)|
|Harlow's Pub (Peterborough)|
|Keene Public Library Theatre (Keene)|
|The River Road Concert Series at the Sherburne Library (Killington)|
|Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center (Plymouth)|
|Pentangle Arts (Woodstock)|
|Bellows Falls Opera House (Bellows Falls)|
|Jackson Gore Summer Music Series (Ludlow)|
|Colonial Theatre (Keene)|
|Next Stage (Putney)|
|The Stone Church (Brattleboro)|