Fairfield University lawn concert cancelled

Due to the forecast for inclement weather for Saturday, June 27, the Live on the Lawn concert, presented by the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on the campus of Fairfield University, has been cancelled. We are disappointed, but hope that you continue to look to Fairfield University and the Quick Center as the center for creativity and culture in the region. Our exciting new season will be announced July 6, so don’t forget to visit www.quickcenter.com for details.
Live on the Lawn


There is nothing more enjoyable than a beautiful evening, a lovely picnic with family and friends and, in the background, melodies celebrating the start of the summer season. In late June, the place for all of these experiences is the campus of Fairfield University.

Live on the Lawn brings a full evening of entertainment, including selfies with Lucas the Stag and exciting raffle prizes.

Raffle prizes provided by The Delamar, Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, Alternate Roots, Fairfield Stags Athletics Program, Fairfield University Bookstore, Learning for Lifetime Program.

Register today to be entered into the raffle drawing and receive 4 free downloads including Stay (Live at the Quick Center)  register here

Free song preview by The Alternate Routes: Nobody Else

Please feel free to come early to enjoy the weather and our campus. Some roads will be closed throughout the night. For directions and parking…

meet the artists

The Alternate Routes

The Alternate Routes, a band formed by Fairfield University alumni Eric Donnelly’01, Tim Warren ’03 and Kurt Leon ’07. The band has toured around the world, and their song “Nothing More,” inspired to support those affected by the tragic events in Newtown, CT, was in the 2014 Winter Olympics opening ceremonies. Their music has been featured on popular television shows on NBC, ABC, and ESPN, as well as UNICEF.

Todd Carey

The New York-based artist previously hit the top forty iTunes charts with his 2010 EP release After the Morning After. In support of his 2007 debut, Watching Waiting, he played over 250 dates with sellout shows in Chicago and Wisconsin, dazzling audiences with his pop song smarts, masterful guitar playing and exuberant stage presence. Carey has toured nationally and performed on stage with such diverse artists as Jason Mraz, John Mayer, Marc Broussard, Brendan James, Jason Reeves, Keaton Simons and Matt Duke. Since 2010 he has been a fixture at the annual Hotel Carolina music festival. His music has been featured in MTV's The Real World and movies such as Palo Alto and True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet.

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