Outdoor Concert at the Visitor Center Lawn on Saturday, June 25 – the Dreamega Boston International Asian Music Festival

On Saturday June 25, the second annual Dreamega Boston International Asian Music Festival will once again stop in Lexington on its four-town tour. The Lexington concert will be held at the Visitor Center lawn starting 5:45 pm on Saturday, June 25. Dubbed the “Tanglewood of Lexington”, the family picnic concert is free and features many acclaimed local musicians. You will enjoy music from different genres by Asian and other musicians from top music institutes, as well as amateur musicians of all ages.Besides the many acclaimed Chinese musicians, the performances also include Oscar Stabnaro, Wes Wirth Global Ensemble, David “FuZe” Fuczynski’s music band, Indian “Blue Rain” band, Korean Musician Junhan Choi and Berklee Chinese Traditional Music Club.
Here is a video introduction of the performers

So pack a family picnic, come to meet your neighbors and enjoy this unique music experience on a cool summer evening. Doors open at 4:30 PM for outdoor cultural activities and free ice cream prior to the show.The concert series is a production of New Moon International, and is organized by Chinese American Association of Lexington – CAAL, Belmont Chinese American Association, Weston Westar, Acton Chinese-American Civic Society, and the Boston International Media. Co-sponsored by New Legacy Cultural Center (NLCC), Japanese Support Group of Lexington (JPLex), Korean Organization of Lexington (KOLex) and Indian Americans of Lexington (IAL),This program is funded in part by a grant from Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, and grants from Lexington Council for the Arts, Mass Cultural Council and our generous business sponsors.