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July 30 is Holliston Day at HCA

Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) announced its summer season, with 21 free outdoor music concerts, three art exhibits, and three theatrical presentations in its Summer Arts Series. The summer kicks-off with the Corbett Family Summer Concert featuring Hot Acoustics on Saturday, June 19. Additional series performers throughout the summer include American Idol alum and Massachusetts native Ayla Brown with special guest Rob Bellamy, Texas blues man Willie J Laws, and country blues group Erin Harpe & The Delta Swingers.
Concerts take place on Fridays and Saturdays and run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Families are welcome to bring their own picnic and a blanket or chairs for their comfort. Food trucks and artisan vendors will be on-site at select concerts. All music concerts are free, but tickets are required and can be reserved online at Donations to the HCA are appreciated.
The Summer Arts Series will also present three theatrical events from Enter Stage Left Theater, including Firebringer, a new stone age musical, a children’s production of Willy Wonka Jr., and a night of one act plays in A Play, a Pint, and a Pie. Tickets are available for purchase online.
Guests to the HCA can also enjoy three free exhibits: Art in Bloom, on display now through June 24; All the World’s a Stage, an outdoor sculpture exhibit running from June 19 through September 30; and an exhibition of the work of Linda Hoffman & Ariel Matisse on display July 5 through Aug. 27.
The 2021 Summer Arts Series is generously sponsored in part by Phipps Insurance Agency and MAPFRE Insurance. For additional sponsorship opportunities, please contact Development Director Katie Broach at [email protected].
July 30 is Holliston Day at the HCA -- residents will receive a free gift at check-in before the concert
July 30 is Holliston Day at the HCA – residents will receive a free gift at check-in before the concert. The performer that night is Back Pages (Classic / Modern Rock).
Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) celebrates 10 years in 2021. HCA is a non-profit community arts organization that works to create a place for people of all ages and abilities to study, enjoy, and participate in the visual and performing arts under one roof.
HCA annually offers over 200 classes to more than 2,000 students. In 2015, the HCA opened its expanded arts center, with newly renovated classrooms, a 200-seat performance space, and gallery spaces.