Salem Arts Association is proud to present Artoberfest.
It’s like Octoberfest with an Art Twist!
Art, Music, & Beer!
This year, along with our annual Artoberfest Exhibition we will offer a free, day-long event featuring live music, performance art, the Notch Brewing Beer Garden, and Salem GNU Kitchen Food Court.
We’ve got a great lineup of amazing performers. Check it out!
“Gatto” Belly Dance Troupe will perform
Live Painting by “Grimdrops” and Erin Survilas
Drawn Together – live models, bring your sketch books! Basic drawing materials will also be provided for anyone who wishes to get creative.
This outdoor event will be held on the Salem Maritime Historic Site lawn next to Salem Arts Association. Bring a blanket, get comfy and enjoy a day of live entertainment.
Join us Saturday October 2 from 12 – 6 PM
159 Derby Street, Salem MA 01970
ENJOY THESE AMAZING PERFORMERS
North of Trouble
North of Trouble is a generational soul, funk, and blues cover band performing songs people know and love. North of Trouble covers songs from Stevie Wonder to Bill Withers to Otis Redding, and many more!
Sarah Blacker Trio
Sarah Blacker is a one-of-a kind performer who’s music is described as “gorgeous, evocative and eerie,” and while she is regularly compared to Joni Mitchell with her stop-you-dead-in-your-tracks vocals and unique harmonic twists, she arrives with a side of Classic rock n’roll.
Traditional Jamaican Ska, Rocksteady, Dirty Reggae, and Soul Fusion This group will put the beat in your feet! Featuring some of the North Shore’s best horn and rhythm players!
Not your average jam band! Local 148 has created a sound best know from Salem’s legendary Blues Jams. The band features the Northshore’s best and most promising talent.
Thanks for supporting our partners and sponsors Mercy Tavern, Notch Brewing, All Souls Lounge, Creative Collective, and the Salem Maritime Historic Site.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Peabody Cultural Council, Beverly Cultural Council, Lynn Cultural Council, and Swampscott Cultural Council, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.