Houston Bernard – June 18 – $20

Houston Bernard – June 18 – $20

Houston Bernard performs at MMAS in summer 2020. Photo by Stephen Ide
Houston Bernard performs at MMAS in summer 2020. Photo by Stephen Ide

BBQ For A Cure will be selling food for MMAS concert and comedy events. Come early and enjoy food on the waterfront. All food proceeds will benefit The Pan Mass Challenge & Dana Farber. The parking lot will open one hour before the show.

Outdoor Live Concert – Have a nice picnic by the Lake!
Bring your own lawn chairs!

After a thrilling show last summer at MMAS, country singer Houston Bernard makes his return on Friday, June 18 at 7 p.m.

Houston Bernard‘s Country roots run deep. Born in Oklahoma, Houston is a direct descendant of famous gunfighter George “Bittercreek” Newcomb, a member of the infamous ‘Wild Bunch’ a most wanted man in the 1890s. Houston’s father and uncle played in country bands backing up stars like Tanya Tucker, Sleepy LaBeef and were a staple in the Oklahoma and Nashville scenes, known as the Rebel Brothers. Reba recorded one of Johnny Bernard’s songs, “Muddy Mississippi” in the ’80s. Houston draws his musical inspiration from his family’s country and rockabilly roots. He brings upbeat, relatable music with his powerhouse vocals and a touch of country twang that transcends age, and resonates with a large audience.

Houston has shared bills with country superstars like Luke Bryan, Old Dominion, Granger Smith, Montgomery Gentry, Marshall Tucker Band, and Clint Black. Popular on Spotify and YouTube, Houston has reached both new and established country fans. His music has been featured on Country Rebel, CMT, The Heartland, and The Country Network.

All COVID guidelines will be followed for this seated show, NOT A DRIVE IN, so bring your chairs. This show will be held rain or shine. A large outdoor tent will be provided if it rains.

Samuel Adams is supporting our summer music and comedy series

Samuel Adams is supporting our summer music and comedy series.

Programs of MMAS are supported with grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the MCC Facilities Fund and the Local Cultural Councils of Mansfield, Attleboro, Foxborough, North Attleborough and Norton. See more of our supporters on our Sponsors Page