After 31 years of providing live music to the area, Mansfield’s own Rose Garden Coffeehouse will open its 2020 fall season online. We hope we’ll be able to resume live in-person shows in January 2021, conditions-willing.
Our 2020-2021 season will officially begin online on Saturday, Sept. 19, featuring Atwater-Donnelly and the finals of our Performing Songwriter Competition. Details of the online performance will be available soon, as will those of our other fall performances. We expect them to be available for streaming on our Facebook page and on YouTube.
Meanwhile, the Rose Garden will be holding a special, virtual, in-the-round show on Friday, June 12 at 8 p.m., featuring wonderful singer-songwriters Kim Moberg, Grace Morrison and Jim Trick. The event is free but tip jars will be available online to contribute to the musicians.
In these unprecedented times, music is needed more than ever. We have an exceptional list of musicians lined up that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. The Rose Garden is providing the concerts free of charge but a donation to the performers would be most welcome.
The May 16, 2020 Peter Mulvey show has been rescheduled to April 17, 2021. Tickets sold for the Mulvey show will be honored for the rescheduled date.
Anyone with questions may email Steve Ide, the Rose Garden’s artistic director, at email@example.com.
Welcome to the Rose Garden Coffeehouse
Since 1989 in Mansfield, Massachusetts, we have presented high-quality folk music at a reasonable price in a comfortable, intimate setting. We’ve just been named one of the top folk music venues in the country! Now in our 31st season.
INSIDE THE GARDEN (an online-only show, held June 19, 2020)
About the Rose Garden
All shows start at 8 p.m. It’s a good idea to arrive at 7:30, when the doors open,
to get your choice of the best seating!
An all-volunteer nonprofit 501(C)(3), the Rose Garden holds eight shows a year in the Congregational Church, across from the South Common in Mansfield. Come join us, have some coffee and homemade treats and listen to some of the finest music in New England.