Not30 is rocking the Lakes Region
Whether you are age 30 or older…or maybe younger…plan to be in Tuftonboro for a great concert on Thursday, August 1 at 6:30 pm when Not30 takes to the bandstand. The free outdoor concert is part of a lineup of concerts at 19 Mile Bay Beach Pavilion, located next to the lakeshore. Not30 will bring the party to Lake Winnipesaukee, featuring original music with a variety of cover songs from artists such as Elvis Presley and Cyndi Lauper.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating and a picnic dinner or purchase food at the concession offered by Tuftonboro Parks and Recreation while Not30 entertains the crowd.
Billed as “just a few kids out to change the world with punk rock and we're definitely Not 30,” the band consists of local talent Aaron Marinel on bass and vocals; Matt Thompson on guitar and vocals, and Mark Thompson on drums and vocals. The group was formed by longtime friends Matt and Aaron.
Says Aaron Marinel, “Matt and I formed the band in 2014 as an acoustic duo, but we soon realized we had one of New England’s best drummers available to us! That drummer happens to be Matt’s younger brother, Mark. When he joined Not30, we became a Rock ’n Roll trio.”
You can see the band August 2 at the Dover Brickhouse at 2 Orchard St. in Dover with the band Cross the Divide and on August 13 at 6:30 pm during a Brews Cruise with Stoneface Brewing Co. on the Winnipesaukee Belle in Wolfeboro. Also, the band will play on August 31 at 9 pm at The Lone Wolf Brewing Co. in Wolfeboro.
Board the Belle at the Wolfeboro Town Docks (pay as you board). Once on the Winnipesaukee Belle, you will cruise the lake while sampling great brews from Stoneface Brewing Co. and listening to the sounds of Not30.
With gigs all over the area and in Maine and elsewhere, Not30 has gained a following wherever they play… and you don’t have to be 30 to enjoy the music!
Not30 performs year round in New England, from Wolfeboro to other Lakes Region venues and elsewhere in Maine, Massachusetts and nearby states. “In the future, we hope to branch out even more and to tour,” says Aaron.