Venues That Host Acoustic Music
There are thousands of smaller, intimate music venues out there that host touring acoustic musicians. Most don't advertise heavily so you probably are not aware most of them exist - one could be right around the corner from you!
In case you are unfamiliar with this growing acoustic music scene, click on one of the links below to learn more and find venues near you.
House concerts are exactly that - a concert in someone's home. Mosts only host a few shows per yer (3-6), and combine a pot-luck dinner party with live music.
Similar to house concerts, these are intimate shows for anywhere from 50-100 people but are "for profit".
Many local community organizations, especially Unitarian Universalist Churches, host acoustic "coffeehouse" concerts as a way to bring the community together.
Non profit organizations around the country that are dedicated to preserving folk and traditional acoustic music.
Fairly self explanitory - places with the main purpose is food but that also host live music.
Most wineries/vineyards and breweries ocassionally host live concerts at their locations.
Many local libraries ocassionally host free concerts for the community.
Many smaller community theaters host concerts by acoustic musicians.
Summer concerts held outdoors in many parks and communities around the country.
With many physical venues closed, several concert series have sprung up online that stream concerts on a regular basis.