Venue Update – Music in the Meadow, Fri. June 2


Leave the bug spray at home… due to anticipated thunderstorms this evening (Friday, June 2), tonight’s Music in the Meadow concert will be held in the beautiful amphitheater EVANS HALL in the Cummings Art Building on Connecticut College’s main campus (right by the Williams School).

Same time (6:00 doors), same lineup AND YOU CAN STILL PICNIC! Evans’ doors will be open to Cumming’s second floor main gallery, where there will be tables and chairs set up. No picnic? No problem! MUNCHIES food truck will be right outside to satisfy your hunger!

See the map above for how to get to Evans Hall/Cummings from either the Williams Street or the main College entrance. PLENTY OF PARKING in South lot! PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD about the location change to anyone you know who might be going, and we’ll see you tonight!!!

–The Rivergods

Oh Captain, My Captain!

We are excited to close out our summer schedule this Saturday, Aug. 13 at one of our favorite summer joints, Captain Scott’s Lobster Dock in New London, CT. Showtime is 6pm, and we’ll be playing two long sets of Rivergods’ trade-marked folk/rock/country/whatever music. (!) In between, Rhode Island singer/songwriter Mike Iula will perform an acoustic set of his original tunes. Oh, and just for the occasion, we’ve made some FREE commemorative pins! Get one while they last at the show…

See you on the dock Saturday night? We hope so!
–The Rivergods

May 27 show cancelled

Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 entering the ranks, our Friday May 27 show at the Social with the Bargain has been cancelled. We are very bummed and are hoping to make up the date sooner than later, but encourage you to head down to the Social anyway to enjoy their incredible food, and 50 local/regional beers on tap. 50! (Just don’t try them all at once…) See you soon. -The Rivergods

Friday Night Folk Dec. 10

Nancy and Ben Parent with Steve Elci, on percussion and harmony vocals

For this special acoustic show at Friday Night Folk December 10, Nancy and Ben will focus primarily on newer material they have both written over the past two years (during the pandemic), with some old familiar favorites sprinkled in. Joining them will be longtime friend, collaborator and occasional songwriting partner Steve Elci on percussion and backing vocals.

Check out a recent performance of the trio at “Don’t Pass the Guitar (Yet)” in New London, CT:

Tickets $17 in advance, $20 at the door. Available at