BARTLETT — With most of the other summer concerts in the Mount Washington Valley coming to an end last week, the Sunset Concert Series at the Theater in the Wood in Intervale is still marching on.
Held each Saturday night through Sept. 28, the series is held as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Believe in Books Literacy Foundation.
On Sept. 7, featured will be the Blues Project, an all-star lineup of blues musicians featuring Cliff Goodwin and Diane Blue with members of the Peter Wolfe Band, Peacheaters, Shadow Riders and John Butcher's Blues Project.
Goodwin, a super six stringer, has played with legendary artists such as Joe Cocker, Robert Palmer and Jon Butcher. Diane Blue is probably the best voice in blues music today and is a member of Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters.
The following Saturday, on Sept. 14, Studio Two: The Beatles Before America performs, taking audiences on a musical journey through the club years and straight to the top of Hit Parade.
The Sunset Concert Series continues with the Rustic Overtones on Sept. 21 and concludes Sept. 28 with a show by The American Rogues.
All show times are 7:30 p.m. A wide variety of beverages from the presenting supporter, Moat Mountain Brewing Co., will be available for a donation. Tickets may be purchased online up until showtime the day of each performance. General seating for each concert is $20 in advance or $25 the day of. Premium seating is $25 in advance or $30 the day of the event.
Members of Believe in Books Literacy Foundation save $5 on all tickets. Learn more at theaterinthewood.org or call (603) 356-9980.