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40 Andover Rd. New London, NH
603 526-6899

Music & Events

Please read this Info and FAQ sheet prior to making your reservation!

Important Reservation Info and FAQ's

Important Reservation Info and FAQ's

Flying Goose 2023 Concert Series

*Please read this Info and FAQ sheet prior to making your reservation!*

Call (603) 526-6899 to reserve your table for the show. All shows begin at 7:30pm with the Dining Room opening at 5:30pm for dinner service. Credit Cards will be charged at the time of reservation and tickets will be non-refundable at the time of purchase.

Though the pandemic remains a part of our day to day lives, we have decided it is time to revert to our Concert Series protocols prior to the pandemic. We believe it is reasonable to continue to be cautious as we move forward with our live music series and we are excited to provide live music, but will be adjusting several protocols moving forward.

  1. We will no longer be requiring proof of vaccination to attend the show. However, we ask that you screen yourself prior to attending a show at our venue.
  2. We will no longer be reserving seats by table. You will have the option to buy tickets in the quantity you prefer, but remember this means you will be assigned to sit with other guests to maximize attendance for the Artist. If you prefer to sit at a table alone, you will be required to purchase the minimum quantity of tickets for the entire table.
  3. We continue to operate our highly efficient Air Filtration system that circulates and cleans the air in the room in real time.

A health screening* will be posted for review by all patrons upon arrival. We request that patrons do not enter if they have any of the screening symptoms or cannot answer “NO” to all the screening questions. You may request a refund prior to the start of the show if you can’t attend as a result of the screening.

We understand that various policies will affect people differently and that there are no “one size fits all” solutions at this point. We look forward to seeing you whenever the time is right for you.

*COVID-19 Health Screening

Do not enter unless you answer “NO” to the following questions and are feeling healthy:

  • fever or feeling feverish
  • new shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • new cough
  • chills
  • new or unexpected muscle or body aches
  • new sore throat, congestion or runny nose (not related to allergies)
  • new loss of taste or smell
  • new or unexpected headache
  • nausea or vomiting
  • diarrhea
Thursday Feb 29 7:30 PM $30

Vance Gilbert

“If Joni Mitchell and Richie Havens had a love child, with Rodney Dangerfield as the midwife, the results might be something close to the great Vance Gilbert", says Richmond Magazine.
Thursday Mar 7 7:30 PM $30

Lucy Kaplansky

She started out singing in Chicago folk music clubs as a teenager. Then, barely out of high school, Lucy Kaplansky took off for New York City. There she found a fertile community of songwriters and performers—Suzanne Vega, Steve Forbert, The Roches, and others. With a beautiful flair for harmony, Lucy was everyone’s favorite singing partner, but most often shefound herself singing as a duo with Shawn Colvin. People envisioned big things for them; in fact,
The New York Times said it was “easy to predict stardom for her.” But then Lucy dropped it all.
Thursday Mar 21 7:30 PM $30

Patty Larkin

Patty Larkin is a visionary of sound and wonder, a real deal version of artistry made of equal parts guitar wizardry, vocals shot through with soul and inventive lyrics that ripple across the terrain of the heart. Described as “riveting” (Chicago Tribune), “hypnotic” (Entertainment Weekly), and “drop-dead brilliant” (Performing Songwriter), Patty has captured audiences for over 30 years with an imagination, enchantment, and technical artistry that has redefined the boundaries of the guitar driven singer songwriter.
Thursday Apr 4 7:30 PM $45

David Francey

David Francey is a Scottish-born Canadian carpenter-turned-songwriter, who has become known as “one of Canada’s most revered folk poets and singers” (Toronto Star). Born in Ayrshire, Scotland to parents who were factory workers, he moved to Canada when he was twelve. For decades, he worked across Canada in rail yards, construction sites, and in the Yukon bush, all the while writing poetry, setting it to melodies in his head and singing it to himself as he worked.
Thursday Apr 11 7:30 PM $25

Ordinary Elephant

“Keep kind all that rises from your chest to your tongue. Don’t ever let your words undo the work you’ve done,” sings Crystal Damore on “Worth the Weight,” a song that beats at the heart of Ordinary Elephant's potent new album, Honest. In the song, it's a two-line enjoinder from an adult to a kid. In life, though, it's a mission statement for ourselves as much as for others. And the work that Crystal, along with her husband Pete, has done on Honest is both filled with kindness and worthy of praise.
Thursday Apr 25 7:30 PM $25

Garnet Rogers

In a darkened bedroom, lit only by the amber glow from an old floor model radio, two young brothers aged 6 and 12 lay in their beds, listening to the country music broadcasts from the Grand Ol’ Opry, and practiced their harmonies. Two years later, the youngest one was playing the definitive 8-year-old’s version of “Desolation Row” on his ukulele. He soon abandoned that instrument to teach himself the flute, violin and guitar.
40 Andover Rd. New London, NH