Summer at Shell Point’s Tribby Arts Center

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Shell Point’s Tribby Arts Center Encore! Season continues from July through September with classical and Americana concerts.

Caroline Owen and Angela Massey

Angela Massey and Caroline Owen will perform Thursday, July 18 at 7 p.m.
In “Pathways,” award-winning flautist Angela Massey and pianist Caroline Owen of the Astralis Chamber Ensemble take the audience on a journey through music covering different styles and origins. The concert will include music by composers from Mexico, France, and the United States, while sharing with the audience about the inspiration behind the compositions. Tickets are $30.
In partnership with the local Americana Community Music Association, Doug MacLeod, is set to perform Tuesday, July 23 at 7 p.m.
Doug MacLeod is known for his superb songwriting, guitar wizardry, warm, soulful vocals, wit, and unforgettable live performances. His knack for storytelling is at the heart of his performances. Doug is a multiple Blues Music Award winner, including the 2020 Blues Music Award for Acoustic Artist of The Year and the 2018 Blues Music Award for Acoustic Album of The Year. In 2023, he won the Blues Music Award for Acoustic Artist of The Year. Tickets are $30.


Passerine will perform on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. as part of a collaboration with the ACMA Formed in 2009, Passerine’s distinctive sound combines vocal harmonies, the crisp rhythms of an acoustic guitar, the haunting voices of the fiddle and dobro (resonator slide guitar), and the resonant lows of an acoustic bass. With inventive vocal harmonies and songwriting, supported by the sounds of acoustic strings, this dynamic group offers a fresh take on traditional folk and bluegrass music, as well as a repertoire of original songs ranging from sweet ballads to the edgier side of contemporary Americana. Tickets are $30.

Reckless Saints

The Reckless Saints are scheduled to play Thursday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m.
Roy Schneider and Kim Mayfield are Reckless Saints’ core duo and songwriters. Partners in music and love since 2003, they began recording and touring five years later. “Blue Twangled Folk n’ Roll” is Roy’s answer to the question, “What kind of music do you play?” The Fort Myers-based duo decided to use his answer as the album title for their new release while also adopting the title of their 2018 release Reckless Saints as their new band moniker. Tickets are $30.
To purchase event tickets, visit or call the Tribby Box Office at 239-415-5667. The Tribby Arts Center is located at 17281 On Par Blvd., Fort Myers, at Shell Point Retirement Community.


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