Saturday, October 1, 2022
Calling all hiking enthusiasts and music lovers!
Join Kaiti Jones on the trail at Fruitlands Museum for an intimate live music experience in a stunning natural setting. This unplugged and acoustic show is a unique opportunity to enjoy live music in community and nature.
Trail snacks provided. The hike will be a 2.5 mile moderate hike with some elevation, compact dirt and some exposed roots. We will hike as a group from the parking lot, stopping along the way to enjoy Kaiti’s all acoustic unplugged set in nature.
Boston-based indie-folk/rock artist Kaiti Jones writes songs to make sense of the world, as potent storytellers do. Her songs are a garden that she tends to, rooted in existential angst or failed romances that grow into retrospective anecdotes, sometimes evolving over months or even years. Jones’ sophomore album Tossed, released March 2021, garnered acclaim from NPR Music, American Songwriter, KUTX, WBUR The Artery, Front Row Boston, Paste, and Glide Magazine, among others. Critics have likened her music to that of Julia Jacklin, Phoebe Bridgers, Sharon Van Etton, and Tom Petty, highlighting Jones’ natural penchant for honest, poetic lyricism set to a backdrop with a warm, bright, inviting blend of indie folk and rock. American Songwriter coined Tossed “strikingly sensible and occasionally humorous…a natural, but well-polished soundscape.”
Please note, audience size for this intimate offering is limited and pre-registration is required.Register