https://eliotschool.org/concerts Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts
24 Eliot Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Accessible Spots, Kid Friendly, Music, Party
August 13: Cliff Notez (Hip-hop, soul, R&B)
Cliff Notez’s prolific mix of hip hop, jazz, folk, soul, and R&B has been likened to “Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly blended with the paranoia of Radiohead’s Kid A.” Their music reveals the repercussions of trauma, exposes realities of the Black experience, and shares an intimate journey towards healing. Lyrical themes juxtapose with uplifting sounds: bright horns, sparkling keys, snappy percussion, and glowing guitar. Uproxx dubbed Cliff “one of the most remarkable music figures in Boston,” as their influence extends far beyond the hip hop scene. Cliff Notez was named “Best Musician” and one of the “100 Most Influential Bostonians” by Boston Magazine and listed among the “50 Most Influential Bostonians” by Boston Common.
Celebrating Creativity & Community
June through September: Every Sunday at 5pm
In the Eliot Schoolyard, 24 Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain
New this year: Beer Garden by The Hive, 4-7pm
Bring your own seats. All are welcome. No animals, please.
FREE Admission - Suggested donation $20; your donations help pay the musicians, curators, and audio engineer.
Curators: Brian Friedland, Hoopla Productions, Meraki Productions, Ana Colón
Audio: Carlito Blu
Thank you to our sponsors!