July 31, 2021

Lyme Land Trust Hosts ‘Blues in the Field’ Tomorrow with Ramblin’ Dan Stevens

Dan Stevens presents ‘Blues in the Field,’ Sunday, at Banningwood Preserve in Lyme. The event is sponsored by the Lyme Land Trust..

LYME — Lyme Land Trust hosts Blues in the Field with Ramblin’ Dan Stevens this Sunday, Oct. 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Banningwood Preserve on Diana’s Field.

What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than listening to music in a safe outdoor environment? Bring your blanket, chairs and picnic basket and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the Lyme Land Trust’s beautiful Banningwood Preserve. 

When you arrive at the Preserve, you will be directed to the parking. From the parking area, it is an easy half-mile walk along an old woods road nature trail to reach Diana’s Field.   

The beautiful Banningwood Preserve in Lyme where Ramblin’ Dan Stevens will play Sunday.

Ramblin’ Dan Stevens performs an eclectic mix of traditional fingerstyle blues, Americana and originals. He has entertained audiences throughout the US, Germany, the UK, Canada and the Virgin Islands.

Of special interest is his unique style of “bottleneck” slide playing popularized by early Mississippi Delta Bluesmen, including his use of a homemade, three stringed “Cigar Box Guitar” and one stringed “Diddly Bow,” both primitive blues instruments. 

State of Connecticut social distancing guidelines will be followed. The strict limit for the event is 50 people.

Reservations and prepayment required. No walk-ins. Raindate is Oct. 25.

Tickets are $10. 

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit this link or email kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org 

Directions to the Preserve are: 19 Town St. (Rte. 82), Lyme, 1/4 mile north of Hadlyme Four Corners

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