Connecticut

Fleetwood Macked

Sept. 12/MIDDLEFIELD – 6-11 p.m. at Powder Ridge Park. Hailed as the most authentic Fleetwood Mac tribute band in the United States. The show is exciting, energetic and brings audiences to their feet and back to the heyday of one of the most successful hit-making machines in rock history. Blankets and chairs are welcome and there is plenty of room for social distancing mountainside. No outside food or beverage is allowed. Dining reservations: We recommend making outdoor table or fire pit reservations online for dinner. To enter the concert area you will need to purchase a concert ticket. You can hear the band from the outdoor dining area but can not see them. Tickets are $20 >MORE

Martin Sexton

Sept. 13/RIDGEFIELD – Two shows, one at 4 p.m. and the other at 8 p.m. at the Ridgefield Playhouse. Outdoor Concerts. Sexton’s voice can be described as truly soulful, as it combines the best qualities of singers like Van Morrison, Al Green, Aaron Neville, and Otis Redding. Sexton has infiltrated many musical worlds, from the Jam scene to Classic Rock, and has performed and collaborated with artists ranging from Jackson Browne and Peter Frampton to Art Garfunkel. Martin is best known for his fan favorites such as “Glory Bound,” “Diner,” “Pine Away” and countless others. >MORE

 

Leo Dan

Sept. 27/STAMFORD – 7 p.m at the Palace Theatre. Leo Dan is a highly successful Argentine composer and singer. He has recorded more than 20 albums during the span of his career and rose to international fame in Latin music. Leo Dan is highly regarded by the Mexican public due to his mellow voice and individual style. >MORE