Week 13: Final week of season!!!!
dedicated to making Ridgefield an even better place to live.
Tues. Aug. 30: Tuba Skinny –The concert will remain in Ballard Park. We will do one long set this evening. you may want to bring rain gear just in case it rains before 9pm, but it doesn’t look like it now.
Formed in 2009, Tuba Skinny has released seven albums since and steadily evolved from a loose collection of street musicians into a solid band dedicated to bringing the traditional New Orleans sound to audiences around the world. Drawing on a wide range of musical influences – from spirituals to Depression-era blues, from ragtime to traditional jazz- their sound evokes the rich musical heritage of their Louisiana roots.
Underwritten through the continuing generosity of The Ridgefield Thriftshop
Thurs. Sept. 1: New Orleans Suspects –
This band has been tearing up the festival and club circuits for more than a decade. A New Orleans Supergroup that plays swampified Rock n Roll, its music combines irresistibly tight funk, soulful horns, Americana based R &B and a pinch of jam band to create a uniquely funky groove.
Underwritten in part by the law firm of Cohen & Wolf, P.C.
CHIRP Presents free outdoor family concerts open to the public in Ridgefield’s Ballard Park every Tues. and Thurs. through September 1, 2022.
And please get your donations in, so we can have lots more like this, every Tues. & Thurs. throughout the summer.http://www.chirpct.org/donate
This year there is no need for pre-registration. Come on out and join us
If you have not already liked us on Facebook please do so for the most up-to-date information: https://www.facebook.com/ChirpCT/
Folks, parking has become a big concern so please adhere to following:
Passengers & Coolers may be dropped off at the CVS entrance to Ballard Park. From there, please follow the directions on the signs and of the parking enforcement personnel to locate parking. Please be considerate and do not park in front of open restaurants anywhere in town unless you are also eating there.
It is now possible to donate to CHIRP online. Help us make our twentieth (20) anniversary season the best yet…
We are still in need your donations. So please, send your checks. For the many of you who live in surrounding towns and enjoy CHIRP we now have the capacity to accept online donations. Please click on link above. Please help us provide free music in the park for all who wish to come and enjoy and remember, when it rains we are most often at The Ridgefield Playhouse. You can’t find a better indoor venue. For those who prefer, checks can also be sent to CHIRP, Town Hall, 400 Main St., Ridgefield, CT. 06877.
CHIRP Concerts are Tuesdays and Thursdays from Memorial Day through Labor Day . This year we begin June 1
CHIRP is a series of free Tuesday and Thursday night summer concerts in Ballard Park located in the heart of Ridgefield. CHIRP is totally funded by individual and foundation donations as well as contributions from local businesses. It is co-sponsored by the town of Ridgefield through its Parks & Rec. Dep’t. and The Ridgefield Press. Concerts begin at 7p.m. Please understand that we love dogs BUT they are not permitted in Ballard Park.
CHIRP’s mission is to present to its audience music and professional musicians who would not normally otherwise have a venue in the Ridgefield/Danbury area. It’s main goals are to build community through shared experience as well as to enhance Ridgefield’s reputation as a “Destination”
Please either Click “DONATE” at the top of the screen or send your Contribution to CHIRP to make our entire season possible: Town Hall, 400 Main St. Ridgefield, CT 06877
The Acoustic Celebration: To hear wonderful, affordable music (no ticket more than $30) in an intimate setting during the other seasons of the year, check out the non-profit singer/songwriter series, www.acousticcelebration.org.