The Alliance Outdoor Music Series with Bethany Thomas


Friday, July 9


6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The Beverly Area Arts Alliance presents a performance by Bethany Thomas. The performance will take place in one of the most artistic gardens in Beverly-complete event location details provided upon purchase of tickets. Doors open at 6:00pm, with Bethany Thomas performing at 7:00pm. Tickets available on Eventbright.

Bethany Thomas is a Chicago based singer, songwriter and actor known for her wildly expressive, genre-fluid vocal prowess and incendiary live performances. As a singer/songwriter, Bethany is a regular performer at The Paper Machete, The Hideout and in Steppenwolf’s LookOut series. She’s done concerts for WBEZ, WFMT, WTTW and the Chicago Humanities Festival, and was a featured local artist in Renee Fleming’s Chicago Voices Project at the Lyric Opera. She is one quarter of the alt-country project Jon Langford’s Four Lost Souls, (Bloodshot Records). Her full-length debut album, BT/SHE/HER was released in August 2020 featuring the single “I’m Not Sorry And I’m Not Scared.”

As an actor, some of her Chicago credits include The Tempest (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Hair (Paramount Theatre), also work with Second City, AboutFace Theatre, The Inconvenience, Theo Ubique, Congo Square, Drury Lane Oakbrook, Theatre at the Center, Marriott Lincolnshire, Hell In A Handbag and American Theater Company.

Bethany will be joined by multi-instrumentalist John Szymanski.

*Applicable local, state and federal COVID-19 guidelines will be observed at the event.
*Distance should be maintained from the artist during set-up and tear down.
*Guest(s) should bring their own lawn chair or blanket. Designated lawn spots can be claimed on a first come basis.
*To limit contact, please dispose of your own food and drink prior to exiting the host’s premises.
*Please use good personal judgment regarding your health leading up to the show date and remain home if you have developed mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, and potentially respiratory distress.
*Tickets are non-refundable. In the event of bad weather, ticket holders will be notified of a rescheduled date.