Old Stone CoffeeHouse
Hosting nationally renowned musicians in a historic building with superior acoustics.
The concert series benefits organizations that promote social justice.
Up Next at the Old Stone CoffeeHouse
Friday, June 7, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m. (Doors Open at 7:00 p.m.)
Chuck Wood & Friends
Join percussionist Chuck Wood along with some very special guests for an electrifying world music concert featuring saxophone, harmonica, electric and lap steel guitars, African djembe and doun doun drums, Latin American conga drums, and the Brazilian berimbau.
Advance Tickets are $15 (plus online processing fee) and $20 at the door.
Old Stone CoffeeHouse concerts are held in a 200-year-old fieldstone church, home to the First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County (FUUFHC). It is located at the crossroads of Route 519 and Oak Summit Road, only a few miles from Frenchtown and the Delaware River. (GPS: 1 Oak Summit Rd., Frenchtown, NJ.)
The Old Stone Coffeehouse offers community outreach through music, social justice, and coffee. A portion of our proceeds goes to one of our many social justice partners. We offer both locally and nationally known acts in a beautiful historical building known for its’ impressive acoustics, professional sound and lighting, and a crew of friendly volunteers. We welcome everyone!