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African rhythms, history, and culture merge into an evening of movement, cultural exploration, and joy. Internationally-recognized, the group consists of members from Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Tanzania, and the US. Crocodile River Music’s mission is to connect audiences with African artists and cultures through performance and education. They are a diverse group of people committed to presenting African art, music, and culture to audiences of all ages, backgrounds, and capabilities.
Crocodile River Music’s goal is to provide experiences that encourage all participants to gain awareness of the intrinsic value of African arts, cultures, and histories as worthy of study in their own right throughout their lifespan, and to encourage participants to further their education about African arts and the lives, cultures, and values of African people as represented through art.
The Bandwagon Summer Series is a family-friendly outdoor cultural performance series running from early May through mid-October. More than 20 performances ranging from a diverse group of musical styles, circus arts, dance, and theater will take place at ballfields, farms, and parks throughout Windham County. Kids under 12 always get in for free, and a dedicated play area will be available at all shows. Refreshments are sold onsite, including the return of the hugely popular Barr Hill cocktails. Bring a picnic and a blanket or fold-up chair to enjoy our concerts.