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Outdoor Concert: The Standards, 50s and 60s Oldies

A sense of fun and normalcy returns with the ninth annual Community Outdoor Concert Series sponsored by the Wayland Council on Aging. The concert will be held at the Wayland Town Building. It is by RESERVATION only. Concerts will be structured differently this year to adhere to state and Wayland Health Dept. safety guidelines for COVID-19. Attendance will be very limited. Outdoor concerts are allowed under Phase 3 of the governor’s reopening plan.

Check the COA’s website at for regular updates.

There are three ways to enjoy “THE STANDARDS” concert:

  • Listen from your car in one of our reserved parking spaces (the band will be closer to the parking lot than in years past)
  • Bring a chair or blanket for your pre-marked, socially-distanced spot on the lawn
  • Watch WayCam’s live stream on Verizon channel 37 or Comcast channel 8

Reservations are required; walk-ins cannot be accommodated. The Town Building remains closed, so there will be no rest rooms available. Seating cannot be provided; if you reserve a lawn spot, please bring your own chairs or blankets. The concert will be cancelled if inclement weather or if the governor delays the opening of Phase 3.

To reserve a spot, email the COA at, or call 508-358-2990. Please specify drive-in or lawn seating, and the names and number that are in your party. Hope to see you there.


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