Summer Concerts @ the Iron Works: Squeeze Box Stompers, Wednesday, July 12th

The Saugus Public Library and the National Parks Service are proud to bring another summer of music to the Saugus Iron Works.

Our first show, July 12th, features the Squeezebox Stompers, noted for their step-lively up-beat music inspiring audiences to get up and dance. They’ve performed Americana, Cajun, zydeco, blues, Folk, and (both covers and original songs) all over New England for the past 15 years. Members of the band have received Boston Music Awards and Songwriting Awards.

Their instrumentation includes accordion, keyboards, fiddle, saxophone, harmonica, penny whistle, guitar, bass, and drums. The Squeezebox Stompers guarantee a rockin’ good time at family- friendly outdoor events, clubs, dances, or private parties.

Over the past year, the band has recorded 12 videos (ten original songs) which can be seen on their Facebook page .

About the Series: These free, weekly concerts – sponsored by the Library and the National Parks Service with partial funding from the Saugus Cultural Council (a local arm of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a State agency) – are open to the public and begin at 6:00 pm on Wednesdays beginning July 12th through August 30th.

The rest of our 2023 lineup:

July 19th: Atwater & Donnelly (Trad. American & Celtic Folk & Dance)

July 26th: Decades of Rock (Classic Rock: 60s, 70s, 80s)

August 2nd: Sweet Soul Sounds (Motown)

August 9th: Ditto (Folk & Rock: 60s and 70s)

August 16th: Jumpstreet (Rock, R&B, Blues, & Jazz)

August 23rd: Headlands (Folk, Country, Americana Pop)

August 30th: Memorylaners (50s, 60s, 70s)


Bring chairs or a blanket and a picnic! Enjoy a summer evening at the Iron Works with great music and friends!


244 Central Street, Saugus, MA

Weather permitting ~Watch our website for Rain Dates

Published: July 6th, 2023

Author: Alan Thibeault