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Plimoth Patuxet Museums Presents Free Concert for the Community on July 18, 6 - 8 pm

Launching 2024’s Indigenous Voices Series with LONE WOLF and the Spaghetti Corner Band

Plymouth, Massachusetts (June 27, 2024) – On Thursday, July 18, from 6 - 8 pm, a trio from the Akwesane Mohawk reservation, LONE WOLF and The Spaghetti Corner Band, will launch Plimoth Patuxet Museums’ 2024 Indigenous Voices series. This concert is free and open to the public thanks to the generous support of the Town of Plymouth Promotions Fund and the Town’s Visitors Services Bureau.

LONE WOLF and The Spaghetti Corner Band trio comprises guitarist DJ White, bassist Bobby Jacobs, and drummer Will Jacobs. This will be their second trip to Plymouth, Massachusetts, to perform at the Museum, after having debuted at the Winter Fine Arts & Crafts Fair in December 2023. The band was an immediate hit with Plimoth Patuxet’s members and visitors.

Guitarist DJ White performs with LONE WOLF and the Spaghetti Corner Band at Plimoth Patuxet in 2023

The Museum is pleased to welcome the Band back for a performance on Thursday, July 18. They will play a range of self-written and covered folk, blues, and rock songs at the Museum’s outdoor Eel River stage, adjacent to the Peabody Pavilion.

“We are delighted to provide this free concert,” said Executive Director Ellie Donovan, reflecting on the inaugural event of 2024’s Indigenous Voices series. “As an educational non-profit where everyone is welcome at our table, we hope this special event will provide an opportunity for old friends and new to join us in celebrating Indigenous voices, culture, and art.”

2024’s Indigenous Voices series is a continuation of Plimoth Patuxet’s 2023 Indigenous Voices: Celebrating 50 Years of Plimoth Patuxet’s Wampanoag Indigenous Program. The goal of the series is to create opportunities for Indigenous performers from throughout the Eastern Woodlands region to connect with diverse audiences through free and low-cost public programming. In 2023, Plymouth County residents along with visitors from around the country engaged with 10,000 years of Indigenous heritage through this cultural series.

LONE WOLF and the Spaghetti Corner Band perform at Plimoth Patuxet in 2023

For over 50 years, the Museum has told the interwoven stories of the Indigenous and European people who met along these shores of change in the 17th century. Through Indigenous Voices, Plimoth Patuxet is proud to expand upon this legacy by building relationships with contemporary Indigenous artists and educators through their art while serving the public with dynamic cultural offerings.

The concert will be held outdoors and attendees are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs to enjoy the lawn seating. Tickets to this program are free and must be reserved in advance at the following link:

About Plimoth Patuxet

Plimoth Patuxet is one of the Nation’s foremost living history museums. Founded in 1947, the Museum creates engaging experiences of history built on thorough research about the Indigenous and European people who met along Massachusetts' historic shores of change in the 1600s. Immersive and educational encounters underscore the collaborations as well as the cultural clash and conflicts of the 17th-century people of this region. Major exhibits include the Historic Patuxet Homesite, the 17th-Century English Village, Mayflower II, and Plimoth Grist Mill. A private, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational institution, Plimoth Patuxet is supported by admission fees, donations, memberships, and revenue from a variety of educational programming, dining and gift shops. Plimoth Patuxet receives support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, private foundations, corporations, and local businesses. Located less than an hour’s drive south of Boston, and 15 minutes north of Cape Cod, the Museum is open daily from early spring through the Sunday after Thanksgiving. For more information, visit Follow the Museum on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.