Join us at THE BLACK BOX when the culinary and performing arts unite for an inspired evening of fabulous food, wine and entertainment!
The 6th anniversary Culinary Cabaret spotlights this region's outstanding culinary talent, showcasing fine wines, craft beer, flavorful dishes and delectable desserts!
Special Guest: Author, event designer and entertaining expert, Boston native Hilary Pereira introduces her Splash Mixers – premium, all-natural and low-calorie mixers that simplify the art of making the perfect cocktail!
Co-host: David Handy of David M. Handy Events.
Featuring entertainment by Electric Youth and special guest artists of the Franklin Performing Arts Company.
All-inclusive ticket: $75
THE BLACK BOX in June!
Saturday, June 3, 8PM -- Cabaret Series with Ali Funkhouser
Saturday, June 10, 8 PM --The Reminisants (Boston's Best Oldies Band)
Saturday, June 17, 8PM -- Cabaret Series with Catherine Weiss and Galen Hancock
Saturday, June 24, 7:30 PM--Electric Youth Bon Voyage Concert
THE BLACK BOX Local
Artist Series Presents
with Copilot and
Colbis the Creature
Friday, May 19, 8:30 PM
Blending folk-rock melodies with blues guitar muscle and rock and roll grit, the DayBreakers have crafted their own sound on the backs of bands like the Rolling Stones, the Black Crowes, The Allman Brothers, and the Eagles. The music tells timeless stories of happiness, heartbreak, rejection and redemption with rhythm that keeps audiences dancing. Combining rock and roll, blues, country and funk, the band has worked tirelessly to craft a sound that is filled with hard riffs and soulful melodies.
Copilot is an Americana Pop duo based in Norfolk, MA. As Copilot, Ry McDonald and Maggie Quealy explore their passion for unique, Americana music, through their popular covers and original songs in a way that many listeners haven't heard before.
Colbis the Creature is based in the suburbs of Boston. Predominantly forging songs with a solid rock texture and pop-flavored coating, Nick Caliendo softly hammers honest lyrics into your head with the help of, the dissonant, stringed disarray of Danny Hoey's feedback. Colbis is anchored to the earth by an exacting rhythm section, courtesy of Colby Blauvelt. Their self-titled album (Colbis the Creature) is infectious and lingers long after with melodic hooks and odd imagery. With all members having different interests and influences, none of their songs sound like the next, but somehow all fit together.
Tickets: Purchased in advance--$10 At the door--$12.