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Elle King

Date: July 28th 2024
Doors: 5:30PM (VIP Doors- 5:00PM)
Start: 6:30PM

Venue Presale: Thursday, April 11 from 10:00 AM ET - 10:00 PM ET (Code via Snow Pond Newsletter)
General Onsale: Friday, April 12 at 10:00 AM ET

Ticket Cost:
General Admission: $39.50 ADV / $45.00 Day of show
VIP/Early Entry: (Pit) $89.50 ADV /$95.00 Day of show
Parking Pass required to park on-site day of show ~ $20

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Elle King

New York. London. LA. Firebrand. Punk. Renegade. Bold-faced icon. Startling songwriter. New York. London. LA. Firebrand. Punk. Renegade. Bold-faced icon. Startling songwriter. Grammy nominee. Pop sensation. Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Award winner. Record setter. Brash live force. Brazen recording artist. Spider monkey on a tear.

What if the story began with a banjo? With a residency trying to figure out writing songs? Perhaps a high gloss, but busted life and ultimately a secessionist raising in Jackson, Ohio? No wonder Elle King is hotter than a pepper sprout. Even more than ZFG attitude, there’s the forthright attack on a life lived frayed at the edges and pulling at the scenes. Sure, she had famous parents, but when it gets real for King, it all happens with her Maw-Maw and Paw-Paw in a scrappy Southern Ohio town that puts the “just” in getting by.“

Home isn’t a longitude, latitude or a place,” King begins, explaining what anchors the energetic songwriter. “It’s the F@#$%! people. My grandfather was a carpenter who had a shed, where heal ways played country music. Paw Paw always had a truck, some kind of Ford Ranger – and he had dogs that are mongrel dogs, typically used for hunting; they lived outside and barked their heads off.

“My Grandfather’s a hunter; everybody’s a hunter because they’re all poor and they eat everything they kill. Squirrel, deer, snapping turtle, whatever, people ate it all. (Back home) the coal mine shafts and factories closed down. My Grandfather was a railroad conductor for CSX, but it’s tough there but there’s a lot of beauty because it’s also a little untouched. The people have so much to them. My Maw-Maw worked hard to create a beautiful home and make us all feel loved. I say how proud I am about where I come from, because I see how they live, how hard they work, they dream. They party f@#$%! hard and we laugh; we don’t cry unless we’re laughing. Not just my family, but the next generations of these smart people who know how to get by.”

It all permeates “Ohio,” the opening track on Come Get Your Wife. Banjo-plinking, yearning vocal, the wide-open suggests the pull of where – and how – she grew up. Intoning “Find me singing on a back porch swingin’/ Cur dogs barkin, left my dip in the kitchen/ That’s when it hit me... I’ve been gone to long,” King’s roots run deep and honest in the realm of country music.

With a tumble and King’s power-delivery, there’s no doubt about how things go down. That same fervor informs the “Ex’s & Oh’s” bad match bookend “Try Jesus,” awash in thick gospel choir wail and just enough church organ to witness.

It’s what makes the audacious barnyard guitar shuffle “Tulsa” and the hilarious small-town It’s what makes the audacious barnyard guitar shuffle “Tulsa” and the hilarious small-town gossip-eschewing “Out Yonder” so hilarious. Elle co-produced the album with Ross Copperman and the pair kept the songs moving, the humor high and the musical adventure.

That humor is led by the title of the album, Come Get Your Wife, a wry reference to a putdown tossed her partner’s way by an alpha male during a spirited night of fun and games. She can drink, play games and go toe-to-toe with the best of them so if you’re dishin’ it out around Elle, be ready to take it!

Yes, her parents are superstar comic Rob Schneider and international model London King. He of “Saturday Night Live” and movie fame; she of global catwalks and the universal fit model for the Limited, Abercrombie & Fitch and Express. It sounds glamourous, but it created a central conflict.“

I was a chubby, funny kid,” she recalls. “And my dad was rich and famous, so people made fun of me. I grew up with fame cause of Dad, but I was in the headquarters of all those fashion brands where Mom was hustling to give my brother and me this life. But really, I just wanted to go to Jackson.”

In the Southeast corner where Ohio meets West Virginia and Pennsylvania, it can get pretty rustic. But it’s real – and no one’s impressed by those kinds of things. Even after moving to New York City with her mom and stepdad, King’s ear responded to those more bluegrass and raw country sounds.

Her stepdad got the young girl obsessed with Otis Redding, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Hank Williams. At 13, she was writing songs. By 16, she knew to lie about her age and start a residency at the now closed Spike Hill between North 7th and Bedford Ave. Thinking she was older, they gave her free beer.

A kid named Cranston, showing up with a banjo, put her whole life in order. She remembers, “It felt like home when I played it. I took that banjo with me and kept it for two years and really figured out what MY sound was.”

Only the business had other ideas. The robust blond with the tattoos and a wide-open spirit was advised to “tone down the country, play up the rock & roll s@#$%!.” Suddenly an alternative icon –scoring Best Rock Vocal Performance and Best Rock Song Grammy nominations for “Ex’s & Oh’s”– she got pinned by the speed of sound to a genre not always welcoming to women. Touring with some of the biggest – male fronted – alternative rock bands, she held her own.“

When I cut America’s Sweetheart, the only instrument I brought was a banjo, because all the studios had guitars. That’s what made me stand out. Everyone wanted me to be this alternative rock princess who played banjo on the side, but that wasn’t the point! But I rode that song for three years.”

It was fast. It was crazy. It was drugs and men and whatever else. She got married, got divorced, It was fast. It was crazy. It was drugs and men and whatever else. She got married, got divorced, got through it. As important, she recorded “Different for Girls” with roots/country force Dierks Bentley, which won the CMA’s Vocal Event of The Year.

“I didn’t know who he was,” she admits. “But my brother was like, ‘Are you KIDDING? He’s so f@#$%! cool! You have to do this.’ So, I did... and Dierks changed my life. He and (manager) Mary Hilliard Harrington opened up so many doors, taught me so much about how to do this.”

Indeed, the Bentley/Harrington vortex proved an on-ramp to country viability. On Come Get Your Wife, Bentley returns for the relationship resuscitating “Worth A Shot,” while her high octane whirling and thumping throwdown “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” with Miranda Lambert has already scored a 2021 ACM Award and CMA Vocal Event nomination and set streaming records.

For all the “hell yeah” and crazy stories in the songs, Come Get Your Wife is as much King steeping in the reality of her life and how she got here. Teaming with 2-time BMI Songwriter of the Year Ross Copperman, the pair worked in two-day blasts to create an album that was bright and aggressive, smart and porous. They enlisted some of Nashville’s best roots players – Fred Eltringham and Nir Z on drums, Kenny Greenberg, Ilya Toshinskiy and Rob McNelley on electric,2-time CMA Musician of the Year Jenee Fleanor on fiddle and mandolin, Linda Ronstadt veteran Dan Dugmore on steel – and tagged leaned into tracking live musicians.

It lends the dreamy gratitude of “Lucky,” the cowgirl power-strumming self-assessment“ Bonafide” and the steamy Etta James-evoking blues soul “Love Go By” an earthiness that’s non-negotiable. There’s the slow boil, electric guitar note-bending irony of “Before You Met Me,” that features John Osborne on guitar, where the wool pulled over the suitor’s eyes is delivered with a wink about the girl she used to be.

King’s made some friends along the way. On the brassy powder keg reckoning “Tulsa,” Osborne’s scalding guitars are joined by Ashley McBryde’s vocals, while industry favorite Charley Worsham provides acoustic guitar and backing vocals on the over it dismissal “Crawling Mood.

“It was a dark time during the pandemic,” King says of the transition. “A preacher said, ‘God has a very big plan for you. People want to know both sides of your story.’”

“I’d done drugs and face tattoos, but I was being reminded that there is something bigger and greater than all of that... I’m a very specific tool for God: proof you don’t have to fit into a mold, go to church or anything else to be deserving of His love. I could see when I made a conscious decision to clear out the negative in my life, it would bring the positive into my world. The whole giving my hopes and dreams and faults to something bigger than me? ‘Try Jesus’ came at a time I was trying to give my life over to something greater – and you can feel it.”

With that came freedom. Freedom to feel, to go deep into the country instruments and bluegrass harmonies. It also let her experiment, create unlikely cocktails like the whirling dance track threaded with fiddle that is “Blacked Out.”

Disco is my f@#$%! life,” she confesses. “Disco is pain and heartbreak to an upbeat tempo. You can dance your pain away. I was listening to so much disco, trying to find a bridge between it and country music. I told Martin Johnson, who I co-wrote “Blacked Out” with, that I wanted a song that could reach across the aisle from Oh, Brother, Where Art Thou? In the verses to a full-on disco slam on the choruses.”

That kind of vision isn’t visionary as much as it is being real. Real about who she is. Real about where she comes from. For King, who came by banjo honest and isn’t afraid to tell the truth about where she comes from, it’s pretty simple.

“It’s that hard s@#$% people in the nowhere know and deal with that I wrote about. It’s a connection between me and all of those people. Where I come from the babies are dirty and barefoot; we all know who Jessico White and Whites of West Virginia are.“

So, I wanted to show people, people who’re like me, who may’ve been lost or turned away, you’re not alone. We see you.”

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The Mavericks ~ Moon & Stars Tour

Date: June 21st 2024
Doors: 5:30 PM (VIP Doors: 5PM)
Start: 6:30 PM 

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The Mavericks - Moon & Stars Summer Tour '24 - 6/21 Sidney Maine - Snow Pond Center for the Arts -

Pre-Sale/ Ticketing Info:

The Mavericks Presale Starts: Wednesday, 2/14 at 12:00 PM EST
Local Presale: Thursday, 2/15 from 10:00 AM EST
All Presales End: Thursday, 2/15 at 10:00 PM EST
On Sale: Friday, 2/16 at 10:00 AM EST

Local Presale Details: Sign up for our Newsletter to get your code for early access to tickets!

Ticket Cost:

General Admission: $49.50 ADV / $55 Day of show
VIP/Early Entry: (Pit) $99.50 ADV /$105 Day of show
Parking Pass required to park on-site day of show ~ $20

The Mavericks, the eclectic rock and country group known for crisscrossing musical boundaries with abandon, has gone through three distinct phases since it was founded in Miami in 1989. An initial period of heady success marked by big hits and critical acclaim in the ‘90s. A long hiatus starting 2003 when the musicians each went their own way. And finally, a triumphant reunion in 2012 which held long enough for them to recently celebrate the band’s 30th anniversary.

Now, The Mavericks have ushered in the fourth phase of their evolution with the #1Billboard debut of their first-ever, all Spanish album, En Español, released on the band’s own Mono Mundo label. Although all 12 tracks are in Spanish, as the title suggests, the collection represents a diversity of musical styles and cultural traditions, from tender boleros to brassy mariachi to reimagined Afro-Cuban classics. Seven of the tunes are familiar gems drawn from the vast Latin American songbook, while five are originals written or co-written by Malo.

Like the band’s entire body of music, this one album cannot be boxed into a single category. The songs are as diverse as Latin America itself, and as cohesive as the ideal of the American melting pot. To season this rich musical paella, The Mavericks add their signature country/rock/Tex-Mex flavors and a refreshing spontaneity to the mix. En Español flips the band’s usual fusion formula, which adds a striking assortment of genres – salsa, ska, norteño, mariachi, and much more – to its sturdy rock/country base. Now, the foundation is solidly Latin with streaks of irreverent rock and twangy guitars running through it, all branded with the unmistakable Mavericks style.


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August 2nd 2024
Doors: 6:30 PM (VIP~6PM) 
Start: 7:30PM

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We are thrilled & honored to officially announce..
An Evening With The Beach Boys! We are excited to bring this legendary act to Sidney, Maine on August 2nd! Don't miss your chance to see true legends this summer! 

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Pre-Sale/ Ticketing Info:
Spotify Presale
Wednesday, February 7 @ 10:00 AM EST

Local Presale
Thursday, February 8 @ 10:00 AM EST

Expire ALL Presales
Thursday, February 8 @ 10:00 PM EST

Public On Sale
Friday, February 9 @ 10:00 AM EST

Ticket Cost:
General Admission: $55 ADV / $60 Day of show
VIP/Early Entry: (Pit) $99.50 ADV /$105 Day of show
Parking Pass required to park on-site day of show ~ $20

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The Beach Boys

You can capsulize most pop music acts by reciting how many hits they’ve had and how many millions of albums they’ve sold. But these conventional measurements fall short when you’re assessing the impact of The Beach Boys. This band has birthed a torrent of hit singles and sold albums by the tens of millions. But its greater significance lies in the fact that The Beach Boys’ songs have forever changed the musical landscape, profoundly influencing countless performing artists to follow.

At the helm of The Beach Boys is lead Singer & Critically acclaimed lyricist,  Mike Love, a founding member whose leadership has steered the band through decades of musical evolution. Grammy-winning songwriter Bruce Johnston joined The Beach Boys in 1965, replacing Glenn Campbell, who filled-in for Brian Wilson, on vocals/bass, when he retired from touring. Highly regarded in his field, Johnston brought with him a wealth of experience from working with icons like Elton John and Pink Floyd, The Byrds, cementing his place among rock's elite.

The current lineup, including musical director Brian Eichenberger, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, Jon Bolton, Keith Hubacher, Randy Leago, and John Wedemeyer, continues to honor and expand upon the band's iconic Live performance legacy. This dedication is evident in their rigorous touring schedule, with the band performing an average of 150 shows a year across a variety of venues worldwide.

In 2012, The Beach Boys marked their 50th anniversary with a reunion tour and the release of "That's Why God Made the Radio," which debuted at #3 on the Billboard charts, their highest chart position in 37 years. This resurgence of interest highlighted the band's continued relevance and their ability to resonate with both long-time fans and new listeners alike.

Their discography includes milestones like the triple platinum-certified Sounds of Summer and "The Warmth of the Sun, which have contributed to a renewed interest in their music. Despite having numerous opportunities to retire at the height of their success, such as after the release of the groundbreaking Pet Sounds masterpiece in 1966, or after Mike Love’s concept album Endless Summer ignited a second generation of Beach Boys fans and stirred a tempest that rocked the music world, or after recording Love’s co-written Golden Globe nominated “Kokomo” in 1988 and seeing it become its best-selling single ever, or after being inducted that same year into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, The Beach Boys have chosen to continue touring and sharing music with the world, a testament to their commitment to their art and fans.

The Beach Boys celebrated the 50th anniversary of the hit “Good Vibrations” – which is widely considered one of the greatest masterpieces in the history of rock and roll – in 2016 with a 50 Years of Good Vibrations tour, underscoring the song's status as a rock and roll masterpiece. Mike Love's memoir, GOOD VIBRATIONS: My Life as a Beach Boy, further cemented their place in music history by becoming a New York Times Best Seller.

Recent years have seen the release of comprehensive box sets like Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions 1969-1971" and Sail On Sailor – 1972, exploring in-depth the band's transformative periods. These collections, featuring a plethora of previously unreleased tracks, showcase the band's versatility and profound influence on the music industry.

In 2023, The Beach Boys were celebrated in the CBS tribute special “Grammy Salute to the Beach Boys,” featuring performances by a diverse array of artists including Beck, Brandi Carlile, Michael McDonald, Pentatonix, St. Vincent, Weezer, Norah Jones, John Legend, and Mumford & Sons among others. 

Looking ahead, the band is set to debut their official book, The Beach Boys by The Beach Boys, in April 2024 via Gensis Publications.  Published in a limited edition of only 500 copies worldwide, the book offers an intimate look at the band’s journey from a Hawthorne garage band to international stardom, enriched with rare photographs and historical documents.

The Beach Boys have been a significant presence at major events, including Live Aid and the Statue of Liberty’s 100th Anniversary Salute, showcasing their unparalleled ability to captivate audiences. Mike Love's contributions as a songwriter, in collaboration with Brian Wilson, have produced timeless hits like “Surfin’,” “Fun, Fun, Fun,” and “California Girls,” “Warmth of the Sun,” “Good Vibrations,”  and long list of other titles highlighting his enduring talent.   

Continuing to engage his fans with new and innovative projects, in 2020 Love released the single "This Too Shall Pass"  featuring John Stamos aimed at offering hope during the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2019, he released "12 Sides of Summer," featuring a mix of original songs, covers, and new versions of Beach Boys hits including “Surfin," "Surfin' Safari" and "It's Ok," featuring Hanson. The song marked Love's second recording with Hanson, after previously collaborating on "Finally it's Christmas" for Love's 2018 holiday album, Reason For The Season, which also features vocals from Love’s children: Ambha, Brian, Christian, and Hayleigh Love. In 2017, Love released a special double album entitled Unleash the Love featuring 13 previously unreleased songs and 14 re-recordings of Beach Boys classics to positive acclaim.

Mike Love's philanthropy extends his influence far beyond the musical stage, demonstrating a deep commitment to giving back to the community.  A Grammy® winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, Love has been at the forefront of numerous charitable efforts, using his platform to support a wide range of causes. In 1990, he responded to President George H. W. Bush's call for service by founding StarServe, an initiative aimed at motivating young people towards community service, showcasing his early commitment to philanthropy. His philanthropic efforts were recognized when he and his wife Jacquelyne received the prestigious Points of Light Award, highlighting his significant contributions to volunteer service and impacting lives across the globe. Through the Love Foundation, Mike has supported initiatives focusing on education, health, environmental conservation, and disaster relief, showcasing a legacy of compassion and service alongside his storied musical career.

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98.9 WCLZ Presents

Indigo Girls & Melissa Etheridge

Date: August 18th 2024

Doors: 5:30PM
Start: 6:30PM 

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Indigo Girls and Melissa Etheridge

Snow Pond Center for the Arts is excited to officially announce our next concert of the 2024 Concert Series.
Melissa Etheridge & Indigo Girls on August 18th! Tickets officially go on sale Friday, Jan 19th at 10 AM EST! You can learn more about VIP Packages and Pre-Sale details below:

Pre-Sale/ Ticketing Info: 

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Melissa E Pre-sale: January 17th @10AM EST
Indigo Girls Pre-sale: January 17th @ 10AM EST
Spotify Pre-sale: January 17th @ 12PM EST
Public On Sale: January 19th @ 10AM EST

Ticket Cost: 

General Admission: $99.50 ADV /$105 Day of show
Standing Room Only
Parking Pass required to park on-site or on Mitchell Road (see below), day of show ~ $20

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Indigo Girls: 

Released in 1989, Indigo Girls' eponymous major label debut sold over two million copies under the power of singles “Closer to Fine” and “Kid Fears” and turned Indigo Girls into one of the most successful folk duos in history. Over a thirty-five-year career that began in clubs around their native Atlanta, Georgia, the multi-Grammy-winning duo of Emily Saliers and Amy Ray has recorded sixteen studio albums, sold over 15 million records, and built a dedicated, enduring following across the globe. Rolling Stone describes them as the “ideal duet partners.” Committed and uncompromising activists, they work on issues like immigration reform (El Refugio), LGBTQ advocacy, education (Imagination Library), death penalty reform, and Native American rights. They are co-founders of Honor the Earth, a non-profit dedicated to the survival of sustainable Native communities, Indigenous environmental justice, and green energy solutions.

Their latest record, Look Long is a stirring and eclectic collection of songs that finds the duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers reunited in the studio with their strongest backing band to date. “We joke about being old, but what is old when it comes to music? We’re still a bar band at heart,” says Saliers. “While our lyrics and writing approach may change, our passion for music feels the same as it did when we were 25-years-old.” “As time has gone on, our audience has become more expansive and diverse, giving me a sense of joy,” she adds. To hear those collective voices raise into one, singing along and overpowering the band itself, one realizes the importance Indigo Girls’ music has in this moment. In our often-terrifying present, we are all in search of a daily refuge, a stolen hour or two, to engage with something that brings us joy, perspective, or maybe just calm. As one bar band once put it, “We go to the doctor, we go to the mountains…we go to the Bible, we go through the work out.” For millions, they go to the Indigo Girls. On Look Long they’ll find a creative partnership certain of its bearings, forging a way forward.

Indigo Girls have partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 per ticket goes to supporting organizations working for equity, access, and dignity for all.

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Melissa Etheridge: 

Melissa Etheridge stormed onto the American rock scene in 1988 with the release of her critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, which led to an appearance on the 1989 Grammy Awards show. For several years, her popularity grew around such memorable originals as "Bring Me Some Water," "No Souvenirs" and "Ain't It Heavy," for which she won a Grammy® in 1992. Etheridge hit her commercial and artistic stride with her fourth album, Yes I Am (1993). The collection featured the massive hits, "I'm the Only One" and "Come to My Window," a searing song of longing that brought Etheridge her second Grammy® Award for Best Female Rock Performance. In 1995, Etheridge issued her highest charting album, Your Little Secret, which was distinguished by the hit single, "I Want to Come Over." Her astounding success that year led to Etheridge receiving the Songwriter of the Year honor at the ASCAP Pop Awards in 1996.

Known for her confessional lyrics and raspy, smoky vocals, Etheridge has remained one of America's favorite female singers for more than two decades. In February 2007, Melissa Etheridge celebrated a career milestone with a victory in the "Best Song" category at the Academy® Awards for "I Need to Wake Up," written for the Al Gore documentary on global warming, An Inconvenient Truth. As a performer and songwriter, Etheridge has shown herself to be an artist who has never allowed "inconvenient truths" to keep her down. Earlier in her recording career, Etheridge acknowledged her sexual orientation when it was considered less than prudent to do so. In October 2004, Etheridge was diagnosed with breast cancer, a health battle that, with her typical tenacity, she won. Despite losing her hair from chemotherapy, Etheridge appeared on the 2005 Grammy® telecast to sing "Piece of My Heart" in tribute to Janis Joplin. By doing so she gave hope to many women afflicted with the disease.

On October 7, 2016 Melissa Etheridge released Memphis Rock & Soul, her first album since 2014's critically lauded This Is M.E. Recorded at Royal Studios in Memphis, the album received stellar reviews from the likes of Entertainment Weekly, Parade, Rolling Stone, American Songwriter and more. She followed that up with the release of The Medicine Show in April, 2019. For The Medicine Show, Melissa reunited with celebrated producer John Shanks and sounds as rousing as ever, bringing a new level of artistry to her 15th studio recording. The Medicine Show deals with universal themes of renewal, reconciliation, reckoning, compassion and, most profoundly, healing.

In June of 2020, Etheridge launched her own live streaming subscription and single ticket concert platform, Etheridge TV and has done over 200 live streams in 2020.

On September 17, 2021, Melissa released a new album called One Way Out. The 9-track album is a collection of songs Etheridge wrote in the late '80s and early '90s that never made the cut….until now! The time is finally right, and fans will finally get a deeper glimpse to who Melissa was then.

October 2022 saw Melissa's return to the theatre with her one woman show, My Window — A Journey Through Life. The critically acclaimed, sold-out run premiered at New World Stages on October 13 and will open at Circle In the Square Theatre on Broadway in September 2023.

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For convenient parking during the Melissa Etheridge Show, we're excited to offer
Off-Site parking on Mitchell Road in Waterville in collaboration with Waterville Robert LaFleur Airport & The City of Waterville.

You may access this parking area via Webb Road, the back entrance to the airport, where a shuttle will transport you to and from Snow Pond Center for the Arts.

Security will be present, along with a traffic officer for your safety.
ADA shuttles and bathrooms will be available at this off-site parking location.

You must have a parking pass for either on-site (Sold Out) or offsite parking.
On-site parking located at Geranium Lane off the Pond Road opens at 3:00 PM.
Off-site parking on Mitchell Road opens at 4:00 PM.

For any further inquiries, please email:  .

Directions from Portland, Maine
Take on I-295 N
Continue on I-295 N to Waterville. Take exit 124 from I-95 N
Take 8 Rod Rd to Mitchell Rd
Directions from Bangor, Maine
Take I-95 S
Follow I-95 S to Trafton Rd in Waterville. Exit 124
Take 8 Rod Rd to Mitchell Rd

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