“Tuesdays on the Terrace” Music Series Returns to Strawbery Banke

Portsmouth, New Hampshire (June 23, 2017) – The popular open-air series of acoustic music concerts returns to the terrace at the Strawbery Banke Tyco Visitors Center on Tuesday, July 11. “Tuesdays on the Terrace,” presented thanks to a grant from Kennebunk Savings Bank, then continues each Tuesday in July and August, from 5 to 7 pm. Admission is $5 (museum members, free) and food, wine and beer are available for purchase from Figtree Kitchen Café at Strawbery Banke. 

The schedule includes many favorite “Tuesdays on the Terrace” artists:

July 11, Tom Richter & The Sidewalk Boys -- original folk, blues and Americana with “Sidewalk” Tom Richter, Brian “Chunkman” Goetz and “Steinway” Dave Lemieux.

July 18, Liz and Dan Faiella – traditional New England and Celtic folk music on violin and guitar

July 25, Cuppa Joe -- jazz & blues quartet performing classic selections from Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, James Brown, and Johnny Cash.

Aug 1, Gary Sredzienski -- versatile accordion player whose repertoire encompasses music from a wide range of world traditions and American music of the 1920s to 1950

Aug 8, Kevin Reams – known for his Celtic fingerstyle guitar work, he is also a fine singer, bohdran and bouzouki player and has recently taken up the Native American flute.

Aug 15, Laura Fox

Aug 22, Jeff Warner, traditional and historical New England folk music

Aug 29, Gary Fagin, familiar and traditional favorites from the great American song book

The concerts are open to the public. No reservations required and visitors are welcome to tour the grounds and gardens of the Museum and to visit the new Pickwick’s At the Banke shop (corner of Atkinson and Court Street) on the Museum campus.


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About Strawbery Banke Museum (

Strawbery Banke Museum, on the historic Portsmouth, New Hampshire waterfront, is a 10-acre outdoor history museum dedicated to bringing 300+ years of American history to life through heritage gardens, historic buildings, traditional crafts, preservation programs, hands-on activities, stories told by costumed role-players and the changing exhibits that offer hours of fun and discovery for all ages.  A 501©3 non-profit, Strawbery Banke’s daily programs, exhibits, seasonal outdoor ice skating and signature special events throughout the year are made possible by members and by grants from Proulx Oil & Propane, R.M. Davis, CP Management, the NH State Council for the Arts, the NH Charitable Foundation, Lincoln Financial Group, the Institute of Library and Museum Services and many other individual and corporate donors.  For a complete calendar of events, please visit