NHA presents Summer Sunset Series Beginning Monday, July 10

Summer Sunset Series 2017NANTUCKET, MA – The Nantucket Historical Association (NHA) is pleased to announce the return of the popular Summer Sunset Series of intimate rooftop concerts every Monday in July and August starting July 10, 2017, at the Whaling Museum, 13 Broad Street. The featured artists this summer will be Foggy Roots and Audio Architechs.

These very special evenings feature a musical event on the rooftop observation deck at the Whaling Museum, paired with light nibbles, unparalleled views of Nantucket Harbor on Tucker’s Roofwalk. A cash bar will also be available.

Foggy Roots, a Nantucket reggae band formed in early 2015, is comprised of Floyd Kellogg, Andre Sang Quakenbush, Nigel Goss, and Nick Hayden. They perform weekly at Cisco Brewery, as well as private events and parties around the island. In addition to reggae, Foggy Roots also performs classic rock song covers from Pink Floyd, David Bowie, The Clash, Radiohead, the Talking Heads, and more.

Peter Ahern is a local DJ who has been performing on Nantucket for over ten years. Best known for “Common Ground” parties with Audio Architechs at local venues like The Rose & Crown, The Muse, Atlas, and Station 21, they have provided a fun and safe atmosphere for fans of underground dance music and have established a loyal Nantucket following.

The music schedule for the 2017 Summer Sunset Series is:

Monday, July 10
Foggy Roots
7 – 9 P.M.
$20/ticket

Monday, July 17
Peter Ahern featuring DJ LayZBoy & Braun Dapper
7 – 9 P.M.
$20/ticket

Monday, July 24
Foggy Roots
7 – 9 P.M.
$20/ticket

Monday, July 31
Peter Ahern with Randy Deshaies
7 – 9 P.M.
$20/ticket

Monday, August 7
Foggy Roots
7 – 9 P.M.
$20/ticket

Monday, August 14
Audio Architechs featuring Nickodemus
7 – 9 P.M.
$50/ticket

Monday, August 21
Foggy Roots
7 – 9 P.M.
$20/ticket

The Nantucket Historical Association preserves and interprets the history of Nantucket through its programs, collections, and properties, in order to promote the island’s significance and foster an appreciation of it among all audiences.

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