Arts Foundation of Cape Cod to Host Virtual Arts & Music Festival Benefit

Fundraiser to benefit the Foundation’s Cape Cod Arts Relief Fund. – Arts Foundation of Cape Cod hosts Home Is Where the Art Is a three-day virtual music and arts festival featuring artists and performers connected to Cape Cod, from April 30 through May 2. The fundraiser benefits the Foundation’s Cape Cod Arts Relief Fund, created to help local artists during the Covid-19 pandemic crisis. The event is free and open to the public. Suggested donations in lieu of tickets can be made at the event’s Facebook page. Donations can also be made to the Cape Cod Arts Relief Fund at

Festival Schedule:

THURSDAY, APRIL 30 ~ Opening Night
6 PM — Tianna Esperanza
7 PM — Schuyler Grant & Brad Conant
8 PM — Filmmaker, actress and musician Amy Jo Johnson

Matt Scinto, Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra

FRIDAY, MAY 1 ~ Coffee Hour
10 AM — Newbery Honor-winning author Lauren Wolk
11 AM — Cape Cod Modern House Trust Founding Director Peter McMahon
12 PM — Matt Scinto of the Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra
1 PM — Cynthia Packard Studio Workshop

~ Happy Hour ~
4 PM — Will Dailey
5 PM — Adam Spencer of Adam in Chatham / Line Dance Party
7 PM — G. Love & Special Sauce
8 PM — Crooked Coast’s Luke Vose unplugged

SATURDAY, MAY 2 ~ Coffee Hour
10 AM — Morning jazz with Bert Jackson Music
11 AM — Kyle Spraker & Maria Rindenello-Spraker of the Cape Symphony
12 PM — Zoë Lewis
1 PM — Kim Moberg Music

~ Happy Hour ~
6 PM — Cynthia Packard Studio Unveiling of the Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea 2020 commemorative painting
7 PM — Adam Ezras
8 PM — Monica Rizzio

For more information, visit Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s Home is Where the Art Is.