Tisbury Residents Vent Frustrations With Beach Road Weekend
Tisbury residents vented about shaking houses, damaged grass, loud noises and heavy traffic during a public meeting Thursday.
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Neighborly Advice
An open letter to Adam Epstein.
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Beach Road Weekend Hits End of Season Musical High Note
Beach Road Weekend opened Thursday evening with a Jaws screening, and then switched over to three days and nights of music that saw more than 30 acts travel to the Island to play back-to-back sets on two stages.
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Heavy Rains Lead to Beach Road Concert Delays
Following 1.42 inches of overnight rainfall in Vineyard Haven, the Beach Road Weekend schedule for Saturday, August 27 has been delayed and reduced to allow the field at Veteran's Memorial Park to dry out.
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Select Board Approves Already-Scheduled Concert Ferries
The Oak Bluffs Select board held a special meeting on August 24 to discuss with Beach Road Weekend proprietor Adam Epstein a schedule of nighttime water taxis from Oak Bluffs to transport festival attendees.
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Beach Road Weekend Is Ready to Rock the Island
On Friday, thousands of concert-goers are expected to descend on Veterans Memorial Park in Vineyard Haven for Beach Road Weekend, the three-day music festival returning in full for the first time since its debut in 2019.
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For Lucinda Williams, Music Is Healing
On Sunday, Lucinda Williams plays Beach Road Weekend, beginning at 4:15 p.m., picking up after her friend Emmylou Harris finishes her set.
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Water Taxis Announced for Beach Road Weekend
Water taxis will ferry music-lovers from the Vineyard to Falmouth this weekend, according to an announcement from Beach Road Weekend organizers.
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No Recommendation from Oak Bluffs on Festival Ferry Diversion
The Oak Bluffs select board discussed diverting ferries in late August to accommodate Beach Road Weekend, but stopped short of endorsing or condemning the idea.
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Innovation Arts & Entertainment to Acquire Food and Wine Festival
Innovation Arts & Entertainment will acquire the Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival, a shoulder-season staple on the Island for 13 years.
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