Pre-Carnival Fun at Greiser’s Thursday Night!

Join us for a cookout with cover band Fake ID from 6:30 – 8:30 on August 4.

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Greiser’s first parking lot cookout of summer 2022 on Thursday, August 4, will feature the acclaimed Fairfield County cover band Fake ID. Come at 6:30 to dance and dine on grilled sausages & sliders plus corn on the cob, macaroni salad, pickles and chips. Tickets for dinner + show are $24 for adults, $12 for kids.

In more than a decade of performing across Fairfield County, Fake ID has built up a following at hot spots including The Gray Goose, The Spotted Horse, Old Post Tavern, and more. The band is loved for its amazing range of cover tunes and high energy performances that get the crowd moving. 

Advance online ticket purchase is recommended, but on-site purchase will available while supplies last. Seating is limited to 60.

NOTE: BYOB is permitted. BYO water is recommended! Soft drinks available for purchase in the store. Other snacks and sweets will also be available for purchase. Please park in the Congregational Church lot across the intersection.

The Easton Firemen’s Carnival stays open till 11:00 pm on August 4.

Greiser’s Summer Nights Event July 22

Folk Music, Grilled Bratwurst, Blueberry Pie, and Ice Cream Outdoors!

Shannon McMahon is known in Easton as our Library Assistant, Shannon Bruchal, but she’s also an accomplished singer/songwriter who has recorded two CDs. Don’t miss this chance to hear her contemporary folk songs and rich vocals live at Greiser’s!

Shannon’s music resonates with a strong sense of the human experience. She got her first guitar at the age of nine, and wrote her first song when she was ten years old. She started performing publicly when she was 12, at church, coffeehouses and other functions. At the age of 17, Shannon auditioned for and was accepted into a vocal performance class at the New School, in New York City, taught by Brown Bradley.

In 1996, Shannon recorded her debut CD, Some of My Years, an independent release that features 12 original songs in a contemporary folk style with a hint of country flavor. Her warm, earnest voice is reminiscent of Joan Baez and Natalie Merchant.

Since 2008, Shannon has also been performing daily for worldwide audiences in Second Life. She was chosen as a finalist for the CT Folk Fest for 2015, and was also selected as an alternate for the 2015 CT Folk songwriting contest. Her music is available on Apple Music, Pandora, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and CDBaby.

Wishing On Planes, Shannon’s new album was recorded with Paul Opalach at Long Hill Recording Studios and is for sale at Greiser’s.

See our menu and order your meal in advance online here. Guests may BYOB and park across the intersection at the Congregational Church lot.