Congratulations on weathering the COVID storm. We know it hasn't been easy and we also know that it isn't really "over" yet. But based on current local conditions and the latest science on how to live safely with COVID in the neighborhood, we have concluded that we can safely reinstate the concert series with a few important changes.
We want to do this safely, and we want to give the artists adequate time to prepare after many have had to suspend practices for many months.
Our series will begin in late May or early June, and will run through August. We have been in touch with the band leaders from past seasons, and a few new ones, and are currently working to establish a schedule. Expect a few changes in the way things happen (more distance, people who are not fully vaccinated wearing masks, BYO refreshments, rescheduling rainy day performances instead of moving indoors, etc.) but expect a super, outdoor set of concerts.
(People are saying that Moonstock is the best venue for live local music in the greater Waddle metropolitan area.)
After all, music has healing, soothing properties, our venue is among the safest of places to offer live music, and many of the local artists and many of our audience members are longing for a chance to feel right again. It's on.
Looking forward to seeing you again
Our home at 211 Moondance Lane is only about 15 minutes from downtown State College. Don't be misled by the Port Matilda address.
For guests with mobility issues, we can reserve parking. We have modified the road down to the stage, so on nights with outdoor concerts we can allow a few cars to drive down, drop passengers, and park on the edge of the woods. Call Kyle at 814-404-1313 to make arrangements for people with mobility issues.
We will need to reschedule, as it's no longer safe to move the concerts indoors.
There are three homes on Moondance Lane, and Google hasn't figured us out quite yet. Our home is the one AT THE TOP OF THE HILL, so as you drive up Moondance Lane, take the uphill path at each of the two forks. (That's right at the first fork, then left at the second fork.)
If you get lost, call Kyle's cell phone number, 814-404-1313, and hope he can hear you over the music. (-:
In case you are not a GPS or Google Maps or MapQuest user, here's a set of directions you can use to make your way.
Directions to Kyle Peck and Catherine Augustine's Home at:
211 Moondance Lane
Port Matilda, PA 16870
(from Penn State University)