Greenwich Town Party to Accept Local Band Submission Until March 11

The Greenwich Town Party Greenwich’s popular all-day family-friendly, music festival that kicks off summer, is scheduled for Saturday, May 25, 2024.

Kings Highway. Photo: GTP

A popular tradition of the GTP is the Town Stage, which features a lineup of several local bands to round out the day’s performances.

GTP organizers encourage local bands to apply to perform on the Town Stage at this year’s event.

Local bands feature one or more members who live and/or work in Greenwich.

Created to celebrate the diverse and abundant talent within the Greenwich community, the Town Stage application is open to Greenwich residents of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels. GTP provides professional-grade stage, sound, lights, and backline in exchange for their performance. Each band member receives a Town Stage Artist pass that also provides access to General Admission GTP areas. In addition, GTP provides two (2) General Admission tickets per band member for guests.

The application deadline is Monday, March 11 at 11:59pm.

Greenwich musicians and artists should fill out a Town Stage application to apply.

Held annually on the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend, the Greenwich Town Party brings multiple generations of Greenwich residents together to celebrate town pride and the spirit of giving through live music, local food favorites, and family fun activities.

Performers for the Main Stage will be announced in the coming weeks.

Since 2011, the Greenwich Town Party has hosted some of the biggest names in music, including Billy Joel, Eric Clapton, The Eagles, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, John Fogerty, Zac Brown Band, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Revivalists and Buddy Guy.

Drew Angus. Photo: GTP

An IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, The GTP is privately funded through generous contributions from residents and businesses, and, in part, through ticket sales. In the spirit of mutual generosity, the GTP encourages everyone to contribute as much as they can so the ticket price can stay the same. One generous Greenwich resident matches all contributions, and seventy-five percent of the cost of each Community ticket is generously funded by individual and corporate sponsors of the GTP.  The GTP has no cost to the Town of Greenwich and is not funded by taxpayers.