Michael Franti

1) Please have your PARKING PASS ready to show on your phone or printed and in the window of your car, so you may get you in to the concert as quickly as possible. If you did not purchase a parking pass, there will be a $10.00 parking fee collected upon arrival.

2) Food Trucks will include ~ Portland Pie, Arthur's Food Trucks (Pizza Cones, Lemonade, etc), Brother Shuckers's Oysters, Spirio & Company, Fresh Ella's Ice Cream!

3) Concessions Stands will be serving beer, wine, seltzer, craft beer, mixed drinks, soda & water

4) All food, drink, coolers, and large bags are prohibited upon entry. Food and Drinks are also prohibited in the parking area.

5) Every child who is a standing patron or in a stroller must have a ticket.

6) You may bring in your own chairs until we can not accept any more.

7) Snow Pond is a nonsmoking campus.

8) Reminder to bring in sweatshirts, jackets, etc., as there will be no re-entry.

9) Due to safety guidelines and restrictions we will not be allowing patrons to arrive by boat for this event.

10) ADA - Parking will be provided.

11) Our Covid Policy is in line with the CDC guidelines; which currently do not require proof of vaccination or a negative covid test!

If you have an additional question please write to the Snow Pond Box Office at .

Micheal Franti & SPEARHEAD
Arrested Development ~ Opening Act
July 1, 2022 • 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
DOORS OPEN 5:30 pm • ALL AGES
The parking lot opens at 4:30 pm
Michael Franti

1) Please have your PARKING PASS ready to show on your phone or printed and in the window of your car, so you may get you in to the concert as quickly as possible. If you did not purchase a parking pass, there will be a $10.00 parking fee collected upon arrival.

2) Food Trucks will include ~ Portland Pie, Arthur's Food Trucks (Pizza Cones, Lemonade, etc), Brother Shuckers's Oysters, Spirio & Company, Fresh Ella's Ice Cream!

3) Concessions Stands will be serving beer, wine, seltzer, craft beer, mixed drinks, soda & water

4) All food, drink, coolers, and large bags are prohibited upon entry. Food and Drinks are also prohibited in the parking area.

5) Every child who is a standing patron or in a stroller must have a ticket.

6) You may bring in your own chairs until we can not accept any more.

7) Snow Pond is a nonsmoking campus.

8) Reminder to bring in sweatshirts, jackets, etc., as there will be no re-entry.

9) Due to safety guidelines and restrictions we will not be allowing patrons to arrive by boat for this event.

10) ADA - Parking will be provided.

11) Our Covid Policy is in line with the CDC guidelines; which currently do not require proof of vaccination or a negative covid test!

If you have an additional question please write to the Snow Pond Box Office at .

Micheal Franti & SPEARHEAD
Arrested Development ~ Opening Act
July 1, 2022 • 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
DOORS OPEN 5:30 pm • ALL AGES
The parking lot opens at 4:30 pm
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IMG 0099Cellist, Wayne Smith gave his recital debut at the Kennedy Center in 1996 to critical acclaim. As soloist and chamber musician, he has performed through out the UnitedStates, Italy, Germany, Romania, Hungary, Austria, Poland, and China.


A highly sought-after chamber musician, he is a member of the Portland Piano Trio, the Harlem Chamber Players, the Wiastaria String Quartet and 1200 Horsehairs, contemporary cello quartet. He is is a frequent performer at Bargemusic and has appeared with the New Jersey Chamber Music Society, the Ritz Chamber Players, the Manhattan Chamber Players the National Chamber Orchestra, the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, and the Princeton Chamber Symphony. He is also part of the electronic duo, Arctic Moth.


Wayne made his concerto debut at the age of 20 with the Philharmonic of New Jersey. Since then, he has appeared numerous times as soloist with orchestra. While a graduate student at the University of Massachusetts, Wayne won the university concerto competition and performed the Dvorak Cello Concerto with the university orchestra. Wayne has recorded and performed with such artists as the Moody Blues, Joe, Richard Smallwood, Anthony Krizan of the Spin Doctors, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

In addition to his performance engagements, he enjoys an active teaching career, currently serving on the faculty of Amherst College. He completed his undergraduate studies at the Eastman School of Music with Steven Doane and pursued his graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with Astrid Schween, where he was the recipient of a full scholarship and teaching assistantship.

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