2015 Boston Pops on Nantucket – General Admission Notice


Thank you to everyone who joined us at the sold out Boston Pops on Nantucket concert last night. As always, Nantucket Cottage Hospital is grateful for the support of the island community at our largest annual fundraiser.

Due to the strong winds blowing into the sound system during last night’s event and the placement of the speakers on the beach, we understand that some people at the back of the general admission section had a difficult time hearing the music when the show began. When this issue came to our attention last night, our staff immediately notified the concert producers who did everything they could to address the situation. We apologize to those who experienced this issue, and will ensure that it does not happen again.

We would like to offer complimentary general admission tickets to next year’s 20th anniversary Boston Pops on Nantucket concert to anyone who had difficulty hearing the music at this year’s event. Please contact the Nantucket Cottage Hospital Foundation office at 508-825-8250 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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8 / 10 / 2015 by


Do hope this problem will be fixed for future Pops concerts as it was quite disappointing not to be able to hear such talented musicians. We’ve gone to the concert every year but the first and this was the only time we’ve experienced this problem with sound. Our party of 7 could not hear the orchestra well, whatsoever.

Karen McMullen

Hi Karen,

We are sorry you had that experience, and yes we intend to do everything within our power to ensure this does not happen again. Please contact the Foundation if you would like to take advantage of our offer for complimentary general admission tickets for next year’s 20th anniversary Boston Pops on Nantucket concert. Our number is 508-825-8250 and someone will be available to help you Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thank you.

As I see you at table with this group of friends. . .I am rdeenmid of the times you and Mrs. June shared your home and table with me. Maybe you would do Todd and I the honor of having you as a guest in our home once you return and have rested a spell from your journey. It would be an honor. . . .

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