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Music is

the language of

the Soul

We are raising

$1 Million

for the future of

Great Waters

To date we've raised


Help us reach our goal this year!

A Campaign for the Future is based on years of planning and community research. Our patrons and community longed for an outdoor venue, where residents and visitors could enjoy an alfresco dinner, family, and friendships, and listen to world-class music.

Great Waters entered an agreement with Castle in the Clouds to secure space to build a 500-seat Losberger tent at Shannon Pond, on a level, grassy field overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee.

A Campaign for the Future raises the necessary funds for site preparation, purchase of a Losberger Tent and ancillary tents, lighting, sound, rigging, programming, and community outreach for both our Concerts in the Clouds and Wolfeboro-based shows.

Keep the music playing by your donation today.

by donating now to help complete our goal.

Music brings



like nothing else

Come enjoy world-class shows BY

Great Waters

As part of our Great Waters mission, we promise to continue to bring world-class musicians to the Lakes Region.
We hope you’ll join us for the exciting 2023 Season.

Follow us on social media and check back here for updates about the 2023 season. 

For questions please call the office at 603-569-7710 or email us at 


July 17, 2021
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Australian Bee Gees

July 24, 2021
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Classic Albums Live

July 31, 2021
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Juston McKinney

August 6, 2021
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Neil Berg

August 14, 2021
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Kate Baldwin

August 21, 2021
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The Ballroom Thieves

August 28, 2021
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Great Performances in Two Locations

For over 27 years

We've Been Entertaining

Great Waters’ Mission is to present and create outstanding musical, educational, and artistic events that appeal to a wide variety of tastes and enrich the cultural lives of those living in and visiting the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. 

The Fabled Lakes Region of New Hampshire

The tent at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro—where it all began.

As a nonprofit, we can’t do it without you!

Ways you can help...

Ways to

Please consider contributing. During this challenging time, we are working hard to ensure our shows will go on as scheduled this summer. View the ways to donate!

Volunteer Program

At Great Waters, our volunteers are the heart and soul of the summer music program and our other seasonal activities. Read more about becoming a volunteer!

Become a Partner

Our community and underwriting partners are the heart and soul of Great Waters. Their generosity makes it possible to share the gift of the performing arts with everyone.

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Together,we can make dreams come true…

as we present outstanding Musical and Cultural Events
at Concerts in Town in Wolfeboro and
at Concerts in the Clouds located at Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough. 

Learn more about our Partnerships
About Great Waters

Celebrating Our History and Future

We are proud of what Great Waters has meant to our community for the past 25+ years, and we are so excited to explore and experience what more we can bring during the next 25 years. Please join us for the journey!


Help support our supporters by clicking on their logos or name to learn more about them.

Paul Zimmerman




Bryan K Stanley Construction LLC

Please click here for information about becoming a Platinum, Gold, Silver, or Bronze sponsor for the 2023 season.

Supporting the Community

At Great Waters we believe now more than ever it is important to share the power of music and the performing arts.

Education Outreach

Great Waters is proud to partner with the Kingswood Boosters to give students opportunities to financially support their own arts initiatives with a 50/50 raffle at each concert.

Each summer, our fleet of brightly painted pianos can be found outside businesses throughout Wolfeboro just waiting for you to sit down and share the gift of music!

Our Scholarship Program contributes financial assistance to music students in the Lakes Region, helping them connect their gifts with the needs of the music world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we are a 501(c)3 non-profit New Hampshire organization. Contributions made to our organization are tax-deductible.

The Great Waters office is 54 North Main Street,
Wolfeboro, NH

Next to La Boca. For easier access, enter through the Endicott St door. For complete contact info, please see: Contact Us


Concerts in the Clouds will be held in our performance tent at the located at Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough, NH. Click here for Maps

Concerts in Town will be on the campus of Brewster Academy at the Anderson Hall Performing Arts Center, 205 S Main St, Wolfeboro, NH. Click here for Maps

All of our “Concerts in the Clouds” performances begin at 7:30. Feel free to make it a day and take a tour of the castle and/or enjoy the hiking trails that surround the property. You can grab something to eat from the grill and settle into your seats about 45 minutes before the show.

Start time for Concerts in Town vary. Check your ticket for time of performance and doors open an hour before. 

All seats can be reserved except for the Lawn Seating at the Castle in the Clouds, which is general admission. Patrons set up their own chairs/blankets on a first come, first serve basis. Your ticket might say Left or Right but you can sit on either side of the tent.

We have accessible drop off areas and parking. There are spaces for wheelchairs. 

Yes. You can upgrade your seats by providing us with your original tickets and paying the difference between the ticket prices. Subject to availability.

No, at both venues. No alcoholic beverages may be brought onto or removed from the premises by guests at any time. Alcoholic beverages shall only be served by bartenders employed by Castle Preservation Society, and a bartender will be provided for all Concerts in the Cloud events. There is no alcohol at Anderson Hall Performance Center.

2023 we are excited to announce that we will be having 2 food trucks at Concerts in the Clouds starting around 5 pm until the show is about to start 7:15 pm.

You are also welcome to bring food. No alcohol (but there will be a bar to help support the Castle in the Clouds).

Come early for a hike/walk on the grounds, take a tour, grab something to eat and settle into a night of fun. 

Yes! This is a great way to reserve your favorite seats for all shows. You can choose your seats right online.

If you purchase a same seat, season/series ticket, then you will have the same seat for each performance. These seats go fast in March. Once you have Season Seats you are offered early in January to continue with those same seats.

Individual seating is reserved subject to availability for each performance. 

The Will-Call office at both venues opens 45 minutes prior to the start of the performance. You can visit the office at 54 N Main Street to purchase tickets during the week.  You can purchase tickets online any time and print your tickets. 

The doors open approximately an hour before prior to performance time.

The use of any tobacco product in buildings on the grounds of both venues is strictly prohibited. This includes tents.  

Designated smoking areas are located outside at the Castle in the Clouds: The Carriage House, in the main parking lot, and near the Meadows by Shannon Pond. Smoking, including the use of e-cigarettes, is never allowed in any building, on the trolley, or at the Lucknow Lawns.

Concerts in the Clouds will be held in our performance tent at the located at Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough, NH. Click here for Maps

Concerts in Town will be on the campus of Brewster Academy at the Anderson Hall Performing Arts Center, 205 S Main St, Wolfeboro, NH. Click here for Maps

For more information on lodging, please visit the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce. Toll Free: 1-800-516-5324, or Or visit for Lakes Region information. 

Please call the office at 603-569-7710, or visit our Volunteer sign up page and apply! We’d love to hear from you.

There are designated areas to the left and right of the venue. If the weather cooperates, this is one of the best bargain tickets in New England! Plan a night out with friends and sit together and enjoy the sunset while dancing the night away. You can sit on either side of the tent with your lawn ticket.

Please bring your own folding chairs or blankets with you. Great Waters does not provide chairs.

Lawn seating is open to the elements. If rain is in the forecast please bring rain coats. 

Our lawn seating is first come, first serve. This year with food trucks serving around 5 pm you can come early for a walk/hike on the beautiful grounds, take a tour of the Castle in the Clouds or gardens, then grab something to eat and get ready for a fabulous night under the stars.

Great Waters loves families to join in the fun. Children should be old enough that they will not wander off or disturb others who are enjoying the show. We recommend 8+.


We have worked closely with the State of New Hampshire to ensure all patrons visiting the tent will be safe.

Best Practices

Effective May 8, 2021, the Universal Best Practices replaces all existing “Safer at Home 2.0” business operations guidance in place since March 2020. These Universal Best Practices are for all individuals, businesses, and organizations to consider

Great Waters owns a large Losberger tent that is 131.2′ x 65.6′. It is an open-air tent that is located at the Castle in the Clouds meadow for the summer. This space is well-ventilated. The sides or flaps of the tent are 17′ high! Depending on the weather, our goal is keep them as open as possible. Lawn seats are completely open air. 

Masks are not required at Great Waters concerts. 

  • Be respectful of those who choose to wear a mask. They might be caretakers or have someone in their lives who are iimmunocompromised.
  • If you are feeling sick, have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, loss of smell or taste, muscle aches, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, chills, headache, gastrointestinal issues) or if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive to COVID-19, please stay home!
  • Be respectful of those who choose to wear a mask. They might be caretakers or have someone in their lives who are iimmunocompromised.
  • Have fun!