UNION — Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery is set to again bring nationally touring artists to their Union Farm.
This year’s schedule will be limited to one major concert as Covid conditions relax.
Originally scheduled to appear last year, Blues Traveler will appear Thursday, September 2, at 7 p.m.
“With the announcement of the release of their new album, this show is sure to be a mix of new sounds and old favorites,” said Savage Oakes, in a news release.
Tickets for the concerts are now on sale. The Savage Oakes music venue offers an intimate outdoor concert experience. Local food and a wide variety of Maine craft beverages will be served. Tickets for the show are limited, priced at $55 in advance, are festival style general admission with guests invited to bring along lawn chairs and blankets.
For more information and to purchase tickets, call 207-785-2828 or visit www.SavageOakes.com.
Savage Oakes is located at 175 Barrett Hill Rd, just 1/3 mile off Route 17, in Union.
Blues Traveler Bio provided by Savage Oakes
More than 30 years ago, the four original members of Blues Traveler—John Popper, Chandler Kinchla, Brendan Hill, and the late Bobby Sheehan—gathered in their drummer’s parent’s basement in Princeton, NJ to jam. From these high school sessions emerged a band that would go on to release 13 studio albums and counting, four of which have gone gold, three platinum, and one six-times platinum- selling more than 10 million combined units worldwide. Over an illustrious career Blues Traveler has played over 2,000 live shows in front of more than 30 million people, and, in “Run-Around,” had the longest-charting radio single in Billboard history, which earned them a Grammy® for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. Their movie credits include Blues Brothers 2000, Kingpin, Wildflowers and others. A television favorite, they have been featured on Saturday Night Live, Austin City Limits, VH1's Behind the Music and they have the record for the most appearances of any artist on The Late Show with David Letterman.