Dyer Observatory News
Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory Presents: Music on the Mountain with The Mables – A special stellar concert fundraiser for the 2015 Dyer Observatory Summer Camps
Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory’s own Nathan Griffin and his band, The Mables, will perform a special concert under the stars at Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 7:00 PM. A limited number of tickets will be sold by the carload (up to 8 people per vehicle) for $30 each. Gates open at 5:30 PM and guests are invited to sit on the front lawn, view the sunset, and enjoy a picnic supper. The concert will begin at 7:00 PM and the Seyfert Telescope will be available for viewing after the concert. Please bring food, beverages, tables, chairs, and blankets. Donations will be accepted on-site for funding scholarship students for attending the Dyer Observers Summer Science Camps. Reservations may be made here.
Dyer concert car passes are usually $125. The price for this special fundraiser is – $30 per car – in order to give you the opportunity to donate to the Dyer Observers Summer Science Camp. Please consider making a contribution above the car-load ticket price. All donations will go to student scholarships. Bring a car full of friends! Everyone is encouraged to wear a crazy shirt and/or a funky hat!
About The Mables: Roots infused with The Groove, Americana Funk, and Psychedelic Rock.
The Mables have developed a fresh, signature sound perhaps best described as roots infused with The Groove, Americana Funk or Psychedelic Folk. Dancing is encouraged – and – you may find, irresistible. Check them out on FaceBook, Vimeo, and on YouTube
“I am very excited about having The Mables perform at Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory for our 2015 Summer Science Camp fundraiser! They are without-a-doubt my favorite band. The Mables movement grows daily – come join us and you’ll understand why.“
- Rocky Alvey, Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory Director
Come learn about astronomy and space exploration at the Open House Days and Telescope Nights! Open House is 9am-12pm on the first Tuesday of the month, and Telescope Night is the second Friday of the month (start times vary). Visit our calendar page to find times, get info, and make reservations. For information about Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory’s Bluebird on the Mountain Concert Series, click here.
Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory is proud to be able to offer educational opportunities to schools and the general public as well as a unique venue for events. For more information about what Dyer Observatory offers, please visit our Events & Visting Dyer page.