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Concert + Food Truck Summer Season Pass

When: Season pass is for the June 29th, July 27th and August 17th  Concerts.

Where: On the lawn of The Meeting House,   

Cost: $30 – Three concerts plus discounts for 5 other concerts at the Arts Center

from March until August (food purchased seperately) 

 This pass is for good for 3 specified concerts that will be held once a month starting in June;

Smith & Weeden on June 29th, 

Kate Grana & Friends on July 27th

and Abbey Rhode on August 20th.

Normal ticket prices for these three concerts are $14 at the door.

Season Pass Tickets

Sunday Season Pass holders also receive discounts on all other concerts happening at the Arts Center from March until August.  These concerts will include the Little Compton Band on March 22, 6-DIGG-It on  April 12th, the Greybeards on June 8th,  a Cabaret evening with Bobbi Carrey & Will McMillan on July 12th and WindSync, on the lawn of the Meeting House on August 3rd.

*You can always follow us on Facebook and check our Calendar of Events  for impacts of inclement weather on our events. Cancelations or postponements will always be announced by 12pm on the day of the event!

Download the Spring/Summer Film Series HERE!!

Spring/ Summer Film Series


Concert: 6-Digg-It

 Concert with 6-Digg-It

 6-DIGG-IT’s set list is powerful and unpredictable. From Beatles to Dave Matthews, Doobie Brothers to Maroon 5,

Neil Young to Bob Marley, this group will delight you with their infectious rhythms, seamless harmonies, and passionate delivery.

When: Saturday April 19th 2014 Doors Open at 7 Concert Begins at 8

Where: the Meeting House

Tickets: $10 at the door! (Summer Season Pass holder – $7)

This bunch is an unpretentious lot! They are on an equal footing with the audience, and the symbiosis is clear. Don’t miss them – you are guaranteed an entertaining, heartwarming, and hilarious time!

Film: Luther, a filmed theatrical production

When: Wednesday April 23rd 2014 @ 7:30pm

Where: the Meeting House

Adapted for the screen by Edward Anhalt from the play by John Osborne, Luther stars Stacy Keach as religious leader and “heretic” Martin Luther. In minimalist fashion, the film traces Luther’s disillusionment with the Catholic Church, and his eventual spearheading of the Reformation movement. Over the course of the film, Keach ages from an ingenuous seminarian to a disgruntled, middle-aged firebrand. Director Guy Green does little to cinematize the material, instead favoring a theatricalapproach and thus allowing the rich dialogue to be better appreciated.

Film: the Homecoming, a filmed theatical production

When: Wednesday May 7th 2014 @ 7:30pm

Where: the Meeting House

Set in North London, the play has six characters. Five of these are men who are related to each other: Max, a retired butcher; his brother Sam, a chauffeur; and Max’s three sons — Teddy, an expatriate American philosophy professor; Lenny, who appears to be a pimp; and Joey, a would-be boxer in training who works in demolition. There is one woman, Ruth, who is Teddy’s wife. The play concerns Teddy’s and Ruth’s “homecoming,” which has distinctly different symbolic and thematic implications.

Spring Nestival

Tiverton Four Corners on Mother’s Day Weekend: Where everybody wins!

Tiverton Four Corners will be hosting a SpringNestival” on Mother’s Day Weekend to benefit the Tiverton Food Pantry! Retailers located in Tiverton Four Corners invite you to join them Saturday May 10th from 10am to 5pm and Sunday May 11th from 12 to 5pm. To participate donate $1, pick a prize filled egg and win!

The eggs will be filled with prizes from participating retailers located in the Four Corners. So come to the historic village of Tiverton Four Corners Mother’s Day Weekend for fun and get goodies for just $1! Help us support the Tiverton Food Pantry for the upcoming season.

Film: A Delicate Balance, a filmed theatrical production`

When: Wednesday May 21st 2014 @ 7:30pm

Where: the Meeting House

The uneasy existence of upper-middle-class suburbanites Agnes and Tobias and their permanent houseguest, Agnes’ witty alcoholic sister Claire, is disrupted by the sudden appearance of lifelong family friends Harry and Edna, fellow empty nesters with free-floating anxiety, who ask to stay with them to escape an unnamed terror. They soon are followed by Agnes and Tobias’s bitter 36-year-old daughter Julia, who returns home following the collapse of her fourth marriage.

20th Annual Garden and Herb Festival


When: Saturday May 24th 10am-4pm

RAIN or SHINE!!!!!

Where: On the Lawn of the Soule-Seabury House

 Visitors will have an extensive selection of locally grown flowers, herbs and vegetables as well as hand-made jewelry, wood carvings, handbags, wind chimes and other crafts.

Film, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, a filmed theatrical production

When: Wednesday June 4th 2014 @7:30pm

Where: the Meeting House

Eschewing conventional narrative, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris transforms Mort Shuman and Eric Blau’s beloved 35-song stage revue into an infectious movie musical that showcases both Brel’s astonishing songwriting breadth and the resourceful audacity of 70′s filmmaking. Belgian born Brel’s richly sensual, uncompromising and lyrical songs provide a simultaneously ecstatic and tragic framework for this flamboyant and moving film. Director Denis Heroux utilizes everything from puppetry to location photography to shepherd Brel’s music far beyond the proscenium-bound horizon. Working from the surreal imagery and concrete emotions in which Brel laced his lyrics, songwriter Mort Shuman (himself co-creator of soem of the most memorable hit songs for the Drifters and Elvis Presley) transforms Brel’s French chansons into lushly romantic yet unsentimental English language versions. Shuman, Elly Stone and Joe Masiell give voice to Brel’s tangos and boleros in an explosion of settings that are inexhaustably imaginative and intimate. But the true showstopper offers Brel himself singing his signature, “Ne Me Quitte Pas,” in a sequence that ranks as one of the most powerfully understated and sincere musical performances ever put on film. From the vitriolic anti-war accusations of “Au Suivant” (“Next”) to the achingly real “Chanson des Vieux Amours” (“Song of the Old Lovers”), Brel foments protest without preaching, celebrates tragedy without shinning emotion. Kino’s presentation of AFT’s Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris is proof of this celebrated modern troubadour’s timeless relevance and enduring passion.

Concert: The Greybeards


When: Sunday June 8th 2014 @ 2:00pm

Where: at the Meeting House

The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to present “The Three Greybeards”. On Sunday June 8th 2014 2:00 p.m. at The Meeting House.

The musicians will be performing music by: Telemann, Handel, and Bach; in addition, the Greybeards will be joined by guest artist Catherine Hawkes as they play a wonderful piece by Quantz for recorder and baroque flute with bass continuo.

Admission $ 15- in advance online & $20 at the door (Summer Season Pass holders – $15 at the door)


2014 Sculpture Park

2014 Annual Sculpure Park

July 1st- the end of October 2014 

on the lawn of the Meeting House

The Four Corners Arts Center is pleased to present our 21th Annual Sculpture Park Exhibit, curated by Kate Mullen.

More information about the park will be presented soon!

The Sculpture park is open during daylight hours thru October & is Free and Open to the Public

Tiverton Four Corners Annual Antiques show by: Ferguson & D’Arruda


Four Corners Antiques Show

When: July 4, 2014

Where: @ the Meeting House

Ferguson and D’Arruda have been in the antiques business for thirty years starting with a small shop in Adamsville. They now manage antique shows all over Rhode Island and we are proud to have them on the grounds of the Meeting House every summer.

For More Information Visit:

Children’s Event: ROCK-A-BABY!!!


When: July 8th 2014 @ 3pm

Where: on the lawn of the Meeting House 3850 Main

Tickets: Children are FREE : Adults $5 donation to the Arts Center

Rock-a-Baby (or R-a-B as their friends call them) is an interactive music program for children. Parents come along for the concert as we introduce the stars of our show – Melody, Rhythm and Harmony. Introduce new themes through music and dance – exploring simple musical concepts through live and recorded sound.

Children experience everything from Beethoven and Bach to rap and rock!

Tiverton Four Corners 27th Annual Arts and Artisan Festival

When: July 19th, 2014, 10am-4pm

Where: @ the Mill Pond in Four Corners

The 27th annual Arts and Artisan Festival located in historic Tiverton Four Corners will be held on Saturday, July 19th 10am – 4pm. The rain date is Sunday, July 20th. The festival hosts 60 to 100 unique artists ranging in medium and style from all over New England. The festival also has live entertainment throughout the day by local musicians, food trucks to fill your bellies and beverages to wet your whistle.

This is going to be an amazing day, we look forward to seeing you there!

For more information and for a vendor application please visit

South Coast Artist Tours

South Coast Artists Tour 2014 July 19th & 20th & August 16th & 17th

For more information visit

Concert: Bobbi Carrey & Will McMillan

When: July 12th @ 8:00pm

Where: the Meeting House

more information coming soon

Tickets: $15 in Advance online $20 at the door (Summer Season Pass Holders – $15 at the door)

Note: Your Printed Confirmation is your ticket.

Cultural Survival Bazaar

When: July 26th & 27th 2014

Where: on the Lawn of the Soule Seabury House in Four Corners

The Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals that give Indigenous artists, their representatives, and fair trade companies from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to the American public. They also expose over 35,000 Americans each year to Indigenous art, music, and culture, while giving visitors a chance to talk with Indigenous artists directly.

In the past seven years alone the bazaars have generated over $3 million for indigenous artisans, fair trade businesses, indigenous communities’ programs, and Cultural Survival’s work on behalf of indigenous peoples..

Every year, hundreds of artists and their representatives sell traditional crafts, artwork, clothing, jewelry, carpets, and accessories.

The bazaars also offer a wide assortment of cultural performances, which include live music from around the world, Native American storytelling, cultural presentations, craft-making demonstrations, short films, and much more.

Concert: WindSync

When: August 3rd 2014 6:00pm 
Where: on the lawn of the Meeting House
Tickets: Adults: $20.00 in advanced online. $25.00 at the door
Children: $10.00 in advanced and at the door for children under 18
Refreshments will be served.
A young, fresh and energetic ensemble, WindSync, is thrilling audiences with their unique approach to classical music. WindSync specializes in creative and engaging interactive performances that inspire audiences of all ages. Critics and audiences alike rave about performances that expand the woodwind quintet repertoire with several world premiere pieces that were written or arranged especially for WindSync.

For more information about Wind Sync please visit there website: