Old Sloop Presents

Contact Info
12 School St
Performances take place in either the 150-seat Fellowship Hall or the 275-seat sanctuary of the First Congregational Church of Rockport, Massachusetts. Both are handicap-accessible. Shows begin at 7:30 pm and end about 10:00 pm. Tickets for many shows cost only $10.00 if purchased in advance and can be purchased from the website, at John Tarr Store in Rockport, and at The Bookstore of Gloucester. Tickets purchased online are will-call, and seating is general admission.

Upcoming Shows

May 20
June 11

Previous Shows

April 30
Jon has shared stages with Jackson Browne, John Hiatt, and Keb Mo. Winner of the 2019 Int'l Blues Challenge, Jon is a fine picker, and Americana songwriter. Often tours with FJ Ventre on upright bass.
April 9
Fiddler & Folksinger Emerald Rae commands a variety of folk styles, pairing ornamented vocals with groovy percussive fiddle.
March 19
November 12
The Old Sloop reopens with a new name and an expanded mission, presenting What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?, which performed at our first coffeehouse concert in 2009.
December 9
Shot in the taproom of Bannerman Brewery in downtown St. John’s, Newfoundland, this show is a celebration of what Ian Foster and Nancy Hynes like to play with their friends at Christmas time.
November 13
Join John McCutcheon for a concert of old favorites (and a few brand-new songs!) with old friends in the Northeastern US.
October 23
The Rough & Tumble is a thrift store Americana two person, two dogged, multi instrumental duo who live in a 16' camper around the country. Math isn't their strong suit, but the music is pretty good.