Music on the Menu is a new event series that connects some of the Boston area’s most innovative chefs, farms, and culinary thinkers with locally-based musicians for evenings of dinner, music, and collaboration. Curated by Cornerscape, we are bringing the house concert out of the home and onto the farm to celebrate the things we love the most.
What does a ticket get you?
Dinner in a beautiful, historic barn on the nonprofit and constantly working Wright-Locke Farm. A discussion between the chef and musician about creativity, collaboration, and their different art forms. An intimate performance of insightful, beautifully-crafted songs by singer-songwriter Kaiti Jones. And of course, a unique night celebrating multiple art forms in a peaceful, stunning setting as the fall leaves begin to turn.
Join us at Wright-Locke Farm on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 6:30pm for a very special iteration of Music On The Menu that is truly farm-to-table.
- Farm Suppers are served family-style at long tables. If you wish to be seated with friends, please arrive promptly at 6:30. Late guests will be seated at the management’s discretion.
Purchase Tickets Now! To attend Music on the Menu at Wright-Locke Farm, we ask that you pay what you can, based on the honor system and the following information. All tickets receive the same dinner experience.
Subsidized $35 tickets: Because our event is about creating opportunity and community, we believe it should be accessible to everyone and therefore offer this subsidized price point for students, seniors, artists, or anyone else who is served by this offering. Sold out!
Standard Price $65 tickets: We believe people are honest and honorable, and that those who can pay the industry standard price of admission will do so as a gesture of support of the musical and culinary arts in our city.
True Cost $85 tickets: This price point reflects the true cost of putting on an event like this, including artist fees, production, space, marketing, and more. In order to recoup the costs associated with presenting this music dinner, we would need to sell at least 15 tickets at this level. We ask that those who are able to do so and wish to support artistic endeavors like this at this time choose to purchase a ticket for dinner, music, and conversation at this level.