The Poland Spring Preservation Society will wrap up the annual summer concert series with a pair of performances at the Gazebo at Poland Spring.

The series serves as a fundraiser to support the group’s mission to preserve and restore two historic buildings: the All Souls Chapel and Maine State Building. Take a moment to speak to a volunteer, or one of our staff, if you are interested in learning more about the buildings, the history of Poland Spring, or how to become a member or volunteer.

Aug. 22: Intergalactic Yurt Band
From across the Universe to a solar system near you, inspired by the spirits of Woody Guthrie, John Hartford, Elvis and Jerome Garcia, playing songs of love, heartbreak and celebration drawn from the deep well of Americana. IGYB is a collective of artists, misfits, craftsmen and dreamers drawn together by love, music and the need to build a community with others of our tribe.

Aug. 29: Grassholes
The Grassholes are a five-piece bluegrass band playing in the traditional style – all-acoustic, one mic, and a lot of fun. Featuring fast-paced originals, sweet-sounding traditional numbers, and creative takes on popular tunes in the bluegrass style, the Grassholes’ song list is various and textured.

The concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. Admission to the concerts is $5 per person. The Sunset Concert Series may be relocated due to weather.

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