Farmers’ Market Stage (Wednesdays)

At The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center

550 Central Ave Dover, NH 03820

There is nothing better than a warm summer day at the Seacoast Growers Association Farmers’ Market with a live acoustic music performance on site.  Located at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce (550 Central Avenue), the Farmers Market will offer 15 to 20 local vendors weekly and of course, great live music! Below is the 2018 summer lineup.


Series Underwritten by Portsmouth Christian Academy at Dover.

Taylor MarieTaylor Marie
Wednesday, July 11th, 3:30 PM
Taylor Marie is a local country folk singer/songwriter from Rollinsford, New Hampshire. She can be seen in the summer at local restaurants and events such as The Falls in Dover, NH, The Cochecho Arts Festival and other Seacoast area events. Taylor Marie is a junior attending Lesley University, majoring in Expressive Arts Therapy.  In the Boston area, she can be seen in Local Live at Lesley University and playing at the Harvard Square Starbucks in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Carol CoronisCarol Coronis
Wednesday, July 18th, 3:30 PM

Seacoast musician and Spotlight Award nominee Carol Coronis has been firing up audiences with her energetic delivery of music in the Roots/Rock/Balkan/Celtic genres for 2 decades. A member of the NH Traditional Arts and Folklife Listing, Carol performs on the cittern, a 10-stringed “mandolin-on-steroids.”  Whether performing solo or with her band, her high-energy vocals and compelling command of the instrument combine to deliver traditional music with an edge.

Chris GeorgeChris George
Wednesday, July 25th, 3:30 PM
Chris George has been active playing in farmers’ markets, drinking establishments, coffee houses, the Sunflower festival, and a variety of other venues. He has developed a repertoire of original and cover songs that utilize open tunings, two resonator guitars, a baritone guitar and a standard guitar. He is a member of “Rock My Soul,” the New England gospel choir. He also plays guitar and sings in a variety of organized and less organized gatherings of musicians. His most recent work includes the release of the CD, “Down From the Mountains” and is is currently at work on his second CD of original music.

Brian WalkerBrian Walker
Wednesday, August 1st, 3:30 PM
Brian Walker is a singer-songwriter from East Kingston, NH. He has played piano his whole life, and started singing, writing and playing out while attending the University of New Hampshire. After graduating from UNH, Walker decided to pursue music full time, and began studying Music Production & Engineering and Electronic Production & Design at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. This past summer he had the opportunity to play his original song “Let Me In” for John Mayer at the Berklee Performance Center. He is currently interning at Cybersound Recording Studios in Boston, MA and playing shows around the NH area.

Chris ReaganChris Reagan
Wednesday, August 8th, 3:30 PM
Chris Reagan started his musical journey back in the 70’s with High School bands that played the North Shore and Southern NH. With the release of his first album “Chris Reagan Sessions” in 2013, Chris’ first career took off again. Now performing solo and with up to 7 pieces in “The Grande Cru Band,” Chris hasn’t looked back and is only looking forward to his next album and live performance. Playing all the songs you love and original compositions you will love too.

Double TakeDouble Take
Wednesday, August 15th, 3:30pm
Double Take offers an entertaining and eclectic mix of covers performed in their own unique style.  Songs range from the 60’s to today, with a strong dose from the 80’s.  Whether performing as a duo or a full band, Double Take will have you tapping your toes and singing along to songs you never thought you’d hear performed on ukulele and bass.

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