There are three great concerts lined up in April that provide you with great musical experiences and help provide funds to keep the AIA running with the trails and art available to the public for free. Tickets are available here on the website, visit the Concerts tab at the top of the page.

April 7 Samirah Evans brings a jazz/blues trio including Matthew Dorko on guitar and Don Anderson on trumpet.

April 20 Earth Day Concert with Jamdemic and Mighty Colors Classic rock to support the art and trails of the AIA and also Beaver Brook Association in Hollis. Note, this is a Saturday concert.

April 28 Dirty Cello – Americana, Folk and some classic rock mixed in

With Spring arriving, the days are light long enough for you to hike the trails, grab dinner and then catch the show. Brookline’s Finest, within the AIA Welcome Center building, has soup, chili, sandwiches and a daily entree. Other local restaurants also supporting the AIA are the Alamo BBQ across the street and Val’s Pizza and Subs just south on Route 13. There is one Saturday concert when you can catch Chrysanthis open (just north on Route 13). Feel free to bring your dinner into the venue – all seats are at tables.

Concerts are indoors, upstairs at the Welcome Center. Elevator access is available. Soda, beer and wine are available with donation requested.