TCAN set to produce three outdoor concerts at scenic 180-acre farm in picturesque South Natick

Indie quintet Carbon Leaf, Tom Petty tribute The Breakers and Grammy-nominated all-women string band Della Mae headline this year’s outdoor concert series in South Natick at Belkin Family Lookout Farm.

Launched in 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic, TCAN’s Summer Concert Series has presented seven concert events at Lookout Farm featuring artists including Adam Ezra Group, Allman Brothers tribute band The Peacheaters, newgrass group The Hillbenders, The Breakers, and Carbon Leaf. The concerts have attracted nearly 3,800 patrons from across the region to enjoy great live music and a menu of food and beverages prepared by Lookout Farm.

This year’s series is sponsored by Lookout Farm, and underwritten in part by a generous Festivals and Projects grant from the Mass Cultural Council. The grant will help offset production expenses including outdoor staging, outdoor sound, and lighting systems.

  • Sun Jun 23 – Carbon Leaf
  • Sun Jul 14 – The Breakers
  • Sun Aug 11 – Della Mae

All concerts are scheduled to begin at 5:30pm. Picnic table seating for 3, 4 or 6 patrons is available at the Tickets and Information link below. Premium seating is available, providing reserved tables closest to the stage. All parties in your group must be present before being seated, please arrive early for best location.

About Belkin Family Lookout Farm

Belkin Family Lookout Farm is one of the oldest continuously working farms in the United States. The importance of farming cannot be overlooked because, “food feeds us all.”  Lookout Farm strives to share the agricultural experience with our guests by combining agricultural education with outdoor entertainment.

About the Mass Cultural Council

The Mass Cultural Council is a Massachusetts state agency that promotes excellence, inclusion, education, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and sciences to foster a rich cultural life for all Massachusetts residents and contribute to the vitality of our communities and economy. The Council pursues this mission through a wide range of grants, initiatives, and advocacy for artists, communities, organizations, and schools.