Two magical music weekends in Trinidad

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TRINIDAD – The Trinidad Bay Arts and Music Festival, showcasing world-class artists in the seaside village, takes place at Trinidad City Hall and Holy Trinity Church during the first two August weekends. There will be eight classical concerts and a gallery of local artwork for sale.

The concerts take place from Friday August 5th to Sunday August 7th and from Friday August 12th to Sunday August 14th.

Old performers and new friends, returning from national and international tours, will join us in this historic, intimate and extraordinary village as we present eight concerts featuring unforgettable musicians from Trinidad and beyond, as well as a visual art gallery of local artwork, all offered for sale by the artists.

TBAM was founded in 2017 as a passionate project to unite Trinidad’s outstanding artists and musicians with the peaceful beauty of its Town Hall, sharing sights and sounds with local and visiting audiences during the summer.

Local artists offer selections of their artwork for display and sale at Trinidad City Hall, which is open for general admission through eight classical music concerts, each featuring a musician or a set having a direct link with the region of Trinidad.

TBAM concerts feature solo musicians like pianists, singers and cellists, but often include piano trios, string quartets, mixed wind ensembles and more, as well as an annual concert with a star artist from Marimba One (Arcata), performing on one of the Marimba Ones. better tools.

The Trinidad Bay Art & Music Festival has grown from a small set of concerts to a multi-day celebration of live music. Come for a single concert or buy a FestPass and attend all eight concerts.

Browse beautiful local artwork with the option to take some home. Stroll the beach or climb nearby Trinidad Head, see the historic lighthouse, watch the sunset, and enjoy one of Trinidad’s many local restaurants and hikes, all centered around music and art.

General admission is $30. Admission for students is $15. The Festival Pass is $200 (save 20% when you attend all eight concerts). Individual works of art priced and sold by the visual artists themselves

Visit tbamfest.com for tickets.

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