Don’t Miss This Thursday’s Musical Fundraiser for the Gloucester 400+!

Everybody likes to get a little Madhouse, but no one has a better time than the eight piece powerhouse rythm and blues band led by Singer Songwriter John Keegan. Put on your dancing shoes and head to Blue Collar Lobster for a light hearted night of cocktails and dancing with the band and special guests. Funds from the evening’s festivities will directly support free, public programming across the city and throughout 2023!

Doors open at 7:00pm. Music starts at 7:30pm.

Event will include a cash bar. Please note this event is 21+ and IDs will be checked at the door.

The mission of Gloucester 400+ is to commemorate, celebrate and learn about Gloucester’s cultural, social, ethnic and economic diversity

The year 2023 marks 400 years in the history of America’s oldest seaport recognizing its settlement by English colonizers in 1623. The theme of the quadricentennial, “Our People, Our Stories”, focuses on commemorating Gloucester’s history through the stories of those who lived here: Indigenous peoples, English colonists, free Blacks, enslaved Africans, and the many waves of immigrants who built this city from past to present. The anniversary seeks to be a truthful telling of the complex story of the place we now call Gloucester.

Join the Gloucester 400+ for a Musical Medley Fundraiser!

Everybody likes to get a little Madhouse, but no one has a better time than the eight piece powerhouse rythm and blues band led by Singer Songwriter John Keegan. Put on your dancing shoes and head to Blue Collar Lobster for a light hearted night of cocktails and dancing with the band and special guests. Funds from the evening’s festivities will directly support free, public programming across the city and throughout 2023!

Doors open at 7:00pm. Music starts at 7:30pm.

Event will include a cash bar. Please note this event is 21+ and IDs will be checked at the door.

The mission of Gloucester 400+ is to commemorate, celebrate and learn about Gloucester’s cultural, social, ethnic and economic diversity

The year 2023 marks 400 years in the history of America’s oldest seaport recognizing its settlement by English colonizers in 1623. The theme of the quadricentennial, “Our People, Our Stories”, focuses on commemorating Gloucester’s history through the stories of those who lived here: Indigenous peoples, English colonists, free Blacks, enslaved Africans, and the many waves of immigrants who built this city from past to present. The anniversary seeks to be a truthful telling of the complex story of the place we now call Gloucester.