We were excited to see this press release from the Arlington Center for the Arts announcing the Porchfest will be back in full swing on June 18, 2022. In the meantime, fans can look forward to a “Porchfest Stage” this November at Arlington Open Studios.
In the spirit of the much-loved community event, Arlington Center for the Arts (ACA) is excited to present Arlington Porchfest Stage on the front steps of Arlington’s Town Hall as part its annual Arlington Open Studios event on Saturday, November 13, 2021. The Porchfest Stage will feature free public performances by local Arlington Porchfest musicians throughout the day. A call with details will go out to previously participating music artists later this summer. Musical acts will be selected by a committee composed of previous Porchfest hosts and volunteers.
Also, ACA is thrilled to announce the return of a full-scale Arlington Porchfest on Saturday, June 18, 2022. A call to music artists, Porch Hosts, and volunteers will go out early in the new year.
Because of the pandemic, ACA was not able to present a Porchfest event this past spring, and other organizational obligations precluded sufficient planning for a large-scale event in the fall. After careful consideration, we decided it would be best to fully embrace commitments already made and look forward to an all-out Porchfest event in its regular time slot during spring 2022.
“Things may look a little different this year, but you can be sure that ACA is working thoughtfully to create unique occasions for community-building through the arts,” said Executive Director Tom Formicola.
ACA is proud to present a return to community celebration with its Arlington Open Studios 2021 event on Saturday, November 13. This year’s event will feature an impressive footprint — occupying one full block in the heart of Arlington’s Cultural District. In addition to Porchfest Stage, Open Studios will showcase the work of local artists at three locations, including ACA, Town Hall, and First Parish Unitarian Universalist. Also, Robbins Library will host a Books & Art Sale as part of the day-long event.
For those members of the Arlington Porchfest community who will miss an event in their neighborhoods this year, ACA will soon be posting a DIY Porchfest Guide so that die-hard Porch Hosts and musicians might coordinate some more intimate events of their own for the enjoyment of friends and neighbors this summer and fall as suits their schedules.
Those interested in learning more about Porchfest Stage, DIY Porchfest Kits, and Arlington Porchfest 2022, please check be here regularly, or visit www.acarts.org
Originally posted on July 8, 2021 by Arlington Porchfest