If it's Thursday, it's on the Common!

2017 dates - June 15 to September 28 - 2.00pm to 6.30pm

We will publish here information on the Entertainment for 2017 as it becomes confirmed.

The Market holds weekly themes and provides entertainment weekly too.  Here are some of the talented people who have been at the Market. 

DJ Nicki Reed from Music Elements

Nicki Reed: Disc Jockey DJ Nicki Reed has been serving all of New England as a Professional Commercial Disc Jockey since 1999. Her love of music and public speaking skills led her to pursue DJ training under one of the regions’ top wedding entertainment agencies and she has been DJ’ing ever since

No Spring Chickens

After years of performing in multiple bands, in multiple venues, playing multiple types of music to multiple audiences, Linda Picceri (Blaze) and Michelle Tanguay, as No Spring Chickens, have finally come home to roost.

 " Go Fly a Kite '' 

Glenn Davison is a Director for the American Kitefliers Association (AKA) and chairman of the Kite Education Committee.  He is internationally known as a miniature kite builder, designer, and flyer.  He brings his knowledge of aerodynamics and skills to deliver hundreds of workshops in many countries around the world.

 Elizabeth & Ben Anderson

Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a Scottish fiddle and cello duo, have been gaining an enthusiastic following in the Boston area and throughout New England. Blending Scottish tunes with lively rhythms and innovative harmonies, they create a sound rooted in tradition, inspired by the contemporary, and completely original. On stage, they captivate audiences with their ability to effortlessly communicate musical nuances as only siblings can. In the words of WGBH's Brian O'Donovan, "They have taken the influence of people like Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas and really made their own mark on traditional music." Elizabeth studies at Berklee College of Music and Ben is a student at Westborough High School.

Aiden's Clan

Traditional & Contemporary Celtic Music.  Aiden's clan members love playing music. Irish music is where we come together. You also might see one of us in stage with a folk singer, Rock band, or swing dance orchestra.

Frank Sinatra Tribute - Brian Henderson

Amanda Cote

Amanda Cote's been making waves in the New England area, playing solo shows across Massachusetts and New Hampshire the last couple years, and people are taking notice. Her performances are soulful, emotional, and a hell of a lot of fun! Whether it's in a restaurant, pub, wedding, or concert hall, she's sure to wow with the sheer honesty and power in her voice while accompanying herself on her Martin guitar.