35th SEASON
September 2015 - May 2016

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Most shows begin at 7:00PM.
Doors open 1/2 hour before the concert.
All seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and pastries are available for purchase before each show and during intermission.

Please visit the Stone Soup and Performer Merchandise table!
Some performers do take credit cards; Stone Soup does not take credit cards.
There are Gift Certificates available for purchase at the venue.

Stone Soup Friends: Use your vouchers for any 3 shows without needing Paypal tickets.

Any cancellations of concerts will be announced as soon as possible on this website, on Facebook, and through the RI News announcements. Email notifications will also be sent to subscribers.
Every effort will be made to reschedule any cancelled concerts.
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March 5: Boxcar Lilies; Opening: Davey O
The Boxcar Lilies
have quickly made a name for themselves with their signature mix of folk, country, and bluegrass-tinged Americana music featuring spine-tingling, innovative harmonies and top-notch songwriting. Davey O’s songs are the stories of American life; songs of labor, love, laughter, sorrow, life and death, baptized in waters drawn from a deep and timeless well.
Tickets: $18.00

Adult: $18

Child: $9

Youth: $12

March 19: Bill Harley with Marty Ballou and Rachel Panitch Sittin’ In
Join Bill Harley and his friends Marty Ballou and Rachel Panitch for a fun evening of song and story for "grownups". Bill Harley’s songs are joyous, direct and honest, his stories are filled with the details of daily life – all told and sung from his slightly off-center point of view.
Tickets: $18.00

Adult: $18

Child: $9

Youth: $12

April 2: Split Bill: Robinson and Rohe; Ian Fitzgerald
Jean Rohe
has been captivating audiences for years with her one-of-a-kind narrative songs. She will be performing with her long-time artistic partner, Liam Robinson.
Ian Fitzgerald
has become known for his storytelling and skillful use of language. Performer Magazine has said, “ his songs really take you on a journey.”
Tickets: $16.00

Adults: $16

Child: $8

Youth: $11

April 16: Bill Staines; Opening: Molly Pinto Madigan
Bill Staines,
one of the most popular and durable singers on the folk music scene today, performs nearly 200 concerts a year. His music is a slice of Americana, reflecting his feelings about the prairie people of the Midwest or the adventurers of the Yukon, the on-the-road truckers, or the everyday workers that make up this land. Molly Pinto Madigan is hailed for her angelic voice and haunting compositions.
Tickets: $18.00

Adult: $18

Child: $9

Youth: $12

April 30: Mary Ann Rossoni; Opening: Rick Demers
Mary Ann Rossoni
carves edgy, soul-deep images with her lyrics, powerful vocals, and punchy acoustic guitar, weaving a web of extraordinary stories about ordinary people. Rick Demers’ music is a cross between simple blues and a roots sound. He has a way of putting his feelings and thoughts into words that are affecting and entertaining.
Tickets: $18.00

Adult: $18

Child: $9

Youth: $12

May 14: Tret Fure; Opening: RISA Songwriter Finalists
“Tret Fure
opens both heart and mind and gives herself over to the music,… addressing where we have come to in life, and where we are going--gathering our loved ones around us all along the route....” (written for the Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange by Roberta B. Schwartz)
Stone Soup Coffeehouse has been partnering with
RISA (Rhode Island Songwriters’ Association) in sponsoring a songwriting contest. Finalists will take the stage prior to Tret Fure’s performance.
Tickets: $18.00

Adult: $18

Child: $9

Youth: $12

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Partial operational support for Stone Soup is provided by the City of Pawtucket