Club Passim campfire. to come back in person on Labor Day weekend


(Cambridge, MA) Annual Club Passim Campfire. The festival is coming back in person for the first time in over a year. Over 50 artists will perform live and remotely throughout the weekend. Now in its 23rd year, Campfire. is a celebration of Boston’s folk music scene and a way for the club to showcase emerging artists. The lineup is packed with familiar acts like Sol y Canto and Dinty Child and rising stars like Gabriella Simpkins. Campfire. runs from 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. every Labor Day weekend night from September 3-6. On Monday evening there will be a special in-round performance featuring artists from Passim’s Global Roots series. Tickets are available now on

This year’s festival will alternate between live performances in the Cambridge club and video performances recorded at the artist’s home or studio. The entire festival will also be broadcast online on Passim’s Facebook page and on campfire.

Gabriella Simpkins

The Campfire started 23 years ago and has become Passim’s most important way to develop new talent and celebrate the amazing Boston area music community. The festival is traditionally held twice a year on Remembrance and Labor Day weekends.

All the campfire. The festival program can be found here>.

Passim is committed to providing a safe environment for everyone to work, listen to and enjoy live music. The club requires all staff, performers and clients to show proof of the COVID-19 vaccine when working, attending shows, classes and workshops in Passim. Customers will be asked to present their vaccination card or a photo of their vaccination card each time they enter the club. If a customer is unable to show proof of vaccination, they will not be allowed to attend the show and their ticket purchase will be refunded. Passim recommends that all non-performers wear masks indoors, unless they are actively eating or drinking.

About Passim
Passim’s mission is to provide truly exceptional and interactive live music experiences for performers and audiences, nurture artists at all stages of their careers, and build a vibrant music community. Passim does this through its legendary listening venue, music school, artist grants and outreach programs. As a non-profit association since 1994, Passim continues the legacy of our predecessors – the historic Club 47 (1958-1968) and the for-profit association Passim (1969-1994). We cultivate a diverse mix of musical traditions, where the emphasis is on the relationship between performers and audiences and teachers and students. Located in Harvard Square, Passim serves Cambridge and the wider region by showcasing local, national and international artists. Our ultimate goal is to help the performing arts flourish and thus enrich the lives of members of our community. For a full schedule, visit

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