The Third Fret
Following shows held in the Cotuit Center for the Arts: doors at 7, music at 7:30
Subject to change. Please check back for updates.
April 13, 2013 – Chuck Brodsky ~Marc Douglas Berardo opens
Purchase tickets by clicking HERE
May 4, 2013 Bob Dylan Birthday Bash Tribute Featuring
Art Tebbetts ~Matt Borrello,~Danielle Miraglia and friends THIS YEAR IN THE MAIN THEATER!!!
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June 28, 2013 – Ronstadt Generations~ Purchase tickets HERE
September 28th Don White ~Sarah Blacker opens
October 19th – Craig Bickhardt ~Jon Vezner Co-bill
**Tickets for all shows are $20.00 to the general public and 15.00 to members of Cotuit Center for the Arts. Doors open at 7pm and music starts at 7.30**
The Third Fret Coffeehouse
Cotuit Center for the Arts
4404 Falmouth Rd
Cotuit, Ma. 02635
About The Third Fret Coffeehouse
The Third Fret Coffee House is the perfect Cape Cod performance venue to intimately experience nationally touring songwriters creating a buzz throughout the country. Located at Cotuit Center for the Arts, our venue offers a warm and trendy charm, and a friendly, attentive listening audience, as well as light refreshments to enjoy during the show. Artists and listeners love to come ‘home’ to the Third Fret experience and we are proud to have hosted great artists including, Sloan Wainwright, Pierce Pettis, Mark Erelli, Cliff Eberhardt, and Ellis Paul among others.
The Third Fret hosts monthly shows from September until June welcoming up to 100 guests. Doors open at 7 and the shows begin at 7.30
For Performers Interested in playing at The Fret
Please note that we have a very limited number of shows per season. We book only performers that we have seen live. We have a long waiting list. Trespass Music Monday is a great path to the Third Fret!
Directions to The Center for the Arts
Look for the “Low Low Low” CITGO Gas Station on Route 28, between Routes 130 & Route 149
…we’re right next door.
*** Cotuit Center for the Arts from Falmouth and points WEST ***
CCftA is 2.8 miles from the Mashpee rotary. At the rotary, take Route 28 South (Hyannis, Chatham, Cotuit). Stay on Route 28. Less than a half mile past the junction of Route 130, you’ll see on the left side of Route 28 a bakery (now closed) and a CITGO station with a large “Low Low Low Gas-Diesel” sign. CCftA is the driveway immediately after.
*** CCftA from the EAST ***
Take Route 6 West to Exit 5. Take a left off the off-ramp heading south on Route 149.(note: shortly after passing over Route 6 on Route 149 there will be a fork in the road. Be sure to bear to the right at the fork to stay on Route 149.) Continue on Route 149 straight through a rotary and through your first stop sign until you reach Route 28. Take a right onto route 28. The Cotuit Center for the Arts is 1.5 miles down Route 28 from Route 149 on the right side. You will pass through 1 set of traffic lights then a convenience store/deli-pizza place on your right. You’ll see the current shows’ signboards. Immediately after the centers’ driveway there is a small CITGO gas station. If you pass it, you have gone too far.
*** CCftA from the Sagamore Bridge ***
Take Route 6 toward Provincetown to Exit 2. Take Route 130 South approximately 8 miles until it ends at the junction of Route 28. Make a left on Route 28. In less than a half mile you’ll see on the left a bakery and a CITGO station with a large “Low Low Low Gas-Diesel” sign. CCftA is the driveway immediately after.
Special thanks to The Mills Restaurant in Martsons Mills – (508) 428-9814
and also to Pizza Wave in Marstons Mills – (508) 428-4180