Carbon Leaf at Lookout Farm

Sunday June 26, 2022
5:30pm
$270 premium | $180 large | $90 small

TCAN has suspended proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a requirement for entry. Masks are still strongly encouraged for all patrons but are not required. This policy is subject to change at any time.

TCAN presents CARBON LEAF live and in concert, outdoors at Lookout Farm in South Natick, MA. 

DOORS at 4:30pm

CONCERT at 5:30pm

Seating is available for groups of up to three patrons (small table) and groups of up to six (large tables). Limit ONE table. Premium tickets are a limited number of tables reserved closest to and with the best views of the stage. Parties will be admitted and ushered to the best available table location.

A touring mainstay and an indie folk-rock staple, this Virginia quintet’s well-hewn live show and musical style drift in and out of Americana, bluegrass, rock, folk, Celtic and pop traditions with ease, using an arsenal of instruments to define the band’s lively stage presence and sonic landscape.

With a history spanning 27 years, 20 albums and 3,000 live shows, Carbon Leaf’s independent music and spirit continue to resonate with its fans. In 2018, the band celebrated its 25th Anniversary with an extensive U.S. tour. 2019 was spent writing and recording songs for a new EP (Gathering 2: The Hunting Ground) and a 27-song video project filmed on location at a beach house on the Atlantic Ocean (Carbon Leaf Cottage: Songs by The Sea). In 2020, Carbon Leaf announced they have begun writing songs for a planned full-length album set for a 2021-22 release. "We’ve been gifted an opportunity to write and perform in front of a live audience,” said Barry Privett, while reflecting on the band’s 27 years. "We are lucky to have fans on the other end of that long road, receiving what we create. Our audience has been what sustains us. And what compels us forward. It’s not something we take for granted." 

LOOKOUT FARM

The Belkin Family Lookout Farm in Natick, established in 1651, is one of the oldest continuously working farms in America. Sited on 180 scenic acres, patrons will be seated at spaciously distanced picnic tables that are sanitized between use. Guests can enjoy farm-crafted beer, hard cider, and New England cuisine while enjoying a live concert by Carbon Leaf.