Seashore to host Mass Walking Tour Concert on June 14

KA_Eastham_National Seashore_Winter_121415 (6)EASTHAM – For the sixth summer in a row, the Massachusetts Walking tour will conduct a bipedal concert tour in support of arts and culture.

Along the route, walkers and local musicians gather for community concerts to highlight artistic diversity and recreational land use.

This year’s tour route stretches from Truro to Swansea between June 12 and 28.

The musicians hike eight to 13 miles each day, carrying their camping gear and musical instruments.

The concerts are held near each night’s camping stop.

Outer Cape concerts are scheduled for the Highland House Museum in Truro on June 12, Wellfleet Public Library on June 13 and the Cape Cod National Seashore on June 14.

The National Seashore concert is free, open to the public and hosted by Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore as part of the National Park Service Centennial celebration.

The concert is one of many arts-focused centennial events in the seashore this summer.

Other activities include the current exhibition of art quilts at the Salt Pond Visitor Center, performances by Wampanoag singers and local musicians and a concert with the Cape Symphony in August.

The walking tour invites the public to join them for legs of the hike.

For more information about the Massachusetts Walking Tour, go to

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