gimmeLIVE
APRIL 25 FRI 8PM
UU MEETINGHOUSE
Come Together with The Number Nines
A Fresh Take on THE BEATLES
Feat. 3rian King, Chelsea Berry
and Renée Dupuis
Help Restore Gloucester's
UU Church Meetinghouse
APRIL 25 FRI 8PM
LARCOM THEATRE
Pure Prairie League

Country Rock Legends
"Amie"
"2 Lane Highway"
Houston Bernard Band opening
MAY 3 SAT 7:30PM
LARCOM THEATRE
Cape Ann Big Band

With Special Guest Vocalists
Renée Dupuis, John Rockwell
Carolyn Seavey & Nathan Seavey
MAY 8 THU 8:00PM
LARCOM THEATRE
John Sebastian

"Welcome Back"
"Do You Believe in Magic?"
MAY 10 SAT 8PM
UU MEETINGHOUSE
Entrain

Help Restore Gloucester's
UU Church Meetinghouse
JUNE 13 FRI 8:00PM
BEAUPORT PRINCESS
The Toasters

Special Guests MILE 21
Dine, Dance & Cruise on
Beauport Princess Cruise Ship
FREE CONCERT CLUB
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Historic Larcom Theatre

ABOUT BEVERLY'S HISTORIC LARCOM THEATRE

Less than 24 miles from Boston, the fully restored Larcom Theatre is conveniently situated in downtown Beverly, MA -- 3 miles from Route 128 at 13 Wallis Street, with plenty of free parking (see map).

This gracious showplace -- featuring spectacular acoustics -- was built in 1912 (the same year as Fenway Park) by Harris and Glover Ware, two brothers and former vaudeville musicians from Marblehead, MA.

For their new theatre, which offered both stage and screen entertainment, they chose the birth site of one of America’s most widely read nineteenth century poetesses, Lucy Larcom.

The Larcom Theatre's grand opening advertised that its interior was lit completely by electricity.

After seven years of wowing audiences with his turn-of-the-last-century-style stage magic production at the 1920 Cabot Street Cinema Theatre (just 4 blocks away), Cesareo Pelaez, the founder of the Le Grand David stage magic ensemble, led the purchase of the Larcom in 1984 and immediately set to work restoring its pristine beauty.

The Beverly Historical Society recognized Cesareo with an award for the integrity and authenticity of his restoration. When Cesareo finished his work there, the Larcom’s elegant horseshoe balcony, hand-painted antique pressed tin ceilings and original silk wall coverings once again took you back in time to an age when American life moved more slowly and more deliberately.


See Big Larcom Theatre Parking Map

Beginning with gimmeLIVE's sold-out 2013 Mardi Gras concert, the Larcom Theatre was filled with music for the first time since the days of Vaudeville.

Today, with a state-of-the-art sound system, Peter & Vickie Van Ness of gimmeLIVE continue to showcase top local talent on stage with national recording stars at the Larcom Theatre.

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING

There is plenty of free parking at the municipal parking lot on Bow Street, about 150 feet away and at the City Hall parking lot about half a block away. You do not have to feed the meters after 5pm or on Sundays.

Click here for detailed directions to the historic Larcom Theatre.

ABOUT GLOUCESTER'S UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST MEETINGHOUSE

Gloucester's Historic UU Church Meetinghouse

The Meetinghouse is to Gloucester what the Old North Church is to Boston … its stature as an irreplaceable building transcends any particular religious affiliation. Therefore, preserving it as an important piece of American and Religious History is an ongoing project.

For more than 207 years, the Universalist Church has been a fixture on Gloucester’s skyline and one of Cape Ann’s best-loved landmarks. Its lantern steeple, with a bell crafted by Paul Revere, has guided generations of mariners into port, and famous artists have celebrated this distinguished building in paintings and photographs. Built in 1805-06, this is the oldest standing church in this historic seaport. Today it is the leading anchor of our famous Middle Street historic architecture, a central element in the Gloucester Historic District and part of the National Register of Historic Places.

We need to maintain and restore the Meetinghouse in a historically accurate manner. We will be restoring our building, while lowering our overall carbon footprint to zero, and helping to serve as a catalyst for a larger Green Gloucester vision. The elements of this green restoration in the next three years are:

The gimmeLIVE Concerts at the UU Meetinghouse raise money for the Meetinghouse Restoration project.

Gloucester's UU Meetinghouse is a pleasant drive up the coast from Boston (less than an hour) with plenty of free parking available. Click here for directions and parking info.



ABOUT BEAUPORT PRINCESS CRUISE SHIP

Beauport Princess Cruise Ship at Cruiseport Gloucester

Berthed at Cruiseport Gloucester, where the world's top cruise ships come when they visit Boston's north shore, the Beauport Princess has two dance floors, three full service bars with wine, beer and top-shelf liquor, an open-air top deck and comfortable seating for up to 300 people.

Your ticket includes the concert PLUS a Gloucester Harbor Cruise and Party Buffet featuring Seafood Grille's world famous Lobster Rolls!

Dine, dance and cruise historic Gloucester harbor ~ full of fishing boats and schooners. You'll witness extraordinary views, only seen by water, of the city's historic skyline, working waterfront, iconic Man at the Wheel statue, Rocky Neck Art Colony, the famous Greasy Pole, America's first lighthouses and more.

And when the sun goes down, the ship lights up. Dance to the music of national recording stars on the Beauport Princess stage with top artists from north of Boston's hottest music scene.

Cruiseport Gloucester is a pleasant drive up the coast from Boston (less than an hour) with plenty of free, on-site parking. Click here for directions.



Vickie and Peter Van Ness
Vickie & Peter Van Ness

ABOUT THE PRODUCERS

Vickie and Peter Van Ness, founders of gimmeLIVE, have produced some of the largest and most critically acclaimed concerts and festivals on Boston's North Shore featuring top local talent on stage with national recording stars.

In 2007, they reunited the Pousette Dart Band for a Memorial Day Weekend festival that launched Celebrate Gloucester and celebrated the grand opening of Cruiseport Gloucester.

After founding Gloucester's wildly successful summer Block Parties and producing several other major events, including Concert From the Heart, which raised money for a local boy's much needed heart transplant, they produced Celebrate Gloucester 2010 featuring Charles Neville, Henri Smith, Roomful of Blues and top local talent.

GIMMELIVE kicked off a Summer 2012 concert series at North Shore Music Theatre with Chris Isaak's brand-new tour (which introduced local rising star Chelsea Berry) followed by Aaron Neville, with local singer Henri Smith and the first Orleans concert in New England after original founder John Hall re-joined the band, featuring local legend Fly Amero.

In 2013, gimmeLIVE began presenting critically acclaimed concerts at the fully restored, historic Larcom Theatre in Beverly, MA starting with a sold-out Mardi Gras concert featuring Grammy-winner Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers with Henri Smith New Orleans Friends & Flavours in the spring and continuing with a fall-winter series, featuring world-class artists, whose Larcom Theatre shows have garnered rave reviews.

New Larcom Theatre concerts have been announced for Spring 2014 and more will be announced in the near future.

On December 21, 2013, gimmeLIVE packed Gloucester's iconic UU Church Meetinghouse for the first of a new concert series featuring top local talent.

See photos, videos, reviews of these critically acclaimed shows:
JOHNNY WINTER JAN 31, 2014 | CAPE ANN SOLSTICE DEC 21, 2013 | NEW ORLEANS XMAS DEC 14 & 15, 2013
SLIDE BROTHERS NOV 2, 2013 | ALLEN ESTES OCT 5, 2013 | CHARLES NEVILLE/HENRI SMITH APR 6, 2013




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