Like administering open-heart surgery, making music is best left to the experts and even better when performed in front of a capacity crowd. Flood your body with the best beats with today's Groupon to Nectar's MV in Edgartown. Choose from the following options:
• For $10, you get one ticket to An Evening with Keller Williams on Friday, July 1, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door).
• For $8, you get one ticket to see Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real on Thursday, July 21, at 9 p.m. (a $12 value in advance, a $15 value at the door).
• For $10, you get one ticket to the Who's Bad show, featuring a Michael Jackson tribute band, on Thursday, July 28, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door).
• For $11, you get one ticket to see The Wood Brothers on Friday, August 12, at 9 p.m. (an $18 value in advance, a $22 value at the door).
• For $10, you get one ticket to see the Easy Star All-Stars on Friday, August 19, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door).
• For $10, you get one ticket to see the Ryan Montbleau Band on Saturday, August 20, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door).
Originally known as Hot Tin Roof, a concert venue owned by famed musicians James Taylor and Carly Simon and christened by former Wailer Peter Tosh, Nectar's MV brings a bevy of musical acts worthy of the famed venue. Oscillate your cranium to the melodic, dub-step beats of the reggae collective Easy Star All-Stars, or critique the vocal range and moonwalking aptitude of Who's Bad as it channels its inner Jacko amid the neon glow of the club's professional lighting system. A founding—and still active—member of the jazz triumvirate Medeski Martin & Wood, Chris Wood joined his brother, Oliver, to form the folk-inspired project The Wood Brothers, named for their mutual affinity for whittling. Attendees can toast a second generation of musical greatness during the dulcet crooning of Willie Nelson's son, Lukas Nelson, the dynamic instrumentalism of Keller Williams, or the soulful style-blending of Ryan Montbleau.
Nectar's MV's spacious, 550-person-capacity venue affords ample space for practiced, rhythmic dancing and raw, sporadic twitching. While the crisp tonality of Nectar's professional sound system make auditory appendages delight, the building's two bars and in-house Flatbread Company pizza keep other sensory organs engaged.
17 Airport Rd.
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