KATIE DOBBINS - Video Release Show
A CELEBRATION OF LOVE
Join us for a night of celebrating love of all kinds ~ love for each other and for the world. Katie Dobbins will also take a moment to also celebrate the love that inspired her song Post It Notes, as she debuts her music video in NH where it was filmed.
Proceeds from your ticket will support these local singer-songwriters AND the historic Belknap Mill, a wonderful non-profit, community-oriented organization.
Doors @ 6:30
Music @ 7
After-party / Photo Booth @ 9
BYO - food & drinks
$15 at the door
$12 in advance online
$10 with subscriber discount code
If you'd like to make a higher contribution, add your desired amount next to "Additional Donation." Being a singer-songwriter takes time, energy, and of course money! We LOVE what we do - and your generous support helps us keep going! The Mill also works tirelessly to provide the Lakes Region with cultural events at low cost - your contribution helps support these events and the staff that coordinates them!
Boston based artist Katie Dobbins draws from a music palette of contemporary folk and new country. With the heart of a poet and a mastery of storytelling, her songs touch on elements of life and relationships in ways that lift spirits and challenge the soul. Dobbins' compelling vocal tones paint her lyrical truths into images that stay with you. Her Let The Music Set You Free movement has brought her to stages all around New England, and her debut album She Is Free was compared to Jewel's "Pieces of You" by The Deli Magazine.
Cincinnati native and environmentalist, Olivia Frances is a singer-songwriter and musician with a sunny disposition. Wisdom shines through her pop-folk musical creations, which is obvious to listeners on her latest single, "Moon to My Sun," which won Best Pop Song of 2017 in the Ohio Music Awards.
Built in 1823, the Belknap Mill is the oldest unaltered textile mill in America and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located on the banks of the Winnipesaukee River within the city of Laconia, the mill has become integrated into the cultural activities of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. It houses a museum showcasing its beginnings with the Industrial Revolution, provides meeting space for local organizations, hosts community events, local artists and artisans, weddings, and concerts. The Mill is owned and operated by The Belknap Mill Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, whose mission is to preserve the Belknap Mill as a unique historical gathering place and a center for cultural and educational programs.
The Belknap Mill (View)
25 Beacon St E #1
Laconia, NH 03246
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