James Taylor July 4th Weekend at Tanglewood

Posted on November 25, 2009 by Stan Rosen

James Taylor It is a tradition. Not only because James Taylor lives in Lenox and always gives his Tanglewood shows a little something extra. And beyond the fact that he annually leaves the net profit from his multiple shows at the venue to support the Boston Symphony.

But because after more than a decade of annual shows, a James Taylor Tanglewood Nation has been created. In spite of hearing "Sweet Baby James" for the thousandth time, there are so many faithful fans that it does not matter whether there are 36,000 tickets (like this year) or 72,000 tickets (like last year)……..ultimately none will be left.

And it is fun here at Hampton Terrace during the James Taylor period. We host fans from all over the world. Last year, we had people who came in specifically for the shows from Australia, England and Canada. And it is a very genial crowd. So join us on the July 4th weekend, when his special guest is Carole King. A Friday night Boston Pops show featuring Keith Lockhart, and James on Saturday and Sunday.

Hampton Terrace has fourteen rooms, an outdoor heated pool, and we are located one mile from Tanglewood. We are walking distance to all restaurants and shops and are rated #1 on Trip Advisor in Lenox. At this point, we are still wide open for the James Taylor weekend, and until February 20th, we are sticking to the same rates we have charged since 2007. It is not that we HAVE to keep our prices low in this economy….we are up 30% in 2009 compared to a lodging industry nationwide that is down from 25% to 50%. But we want to keep our inn affordable for the hundreds of guests who call us their home away from home. We would like to add you to that list.

Topics: Music & Theater, Local Celebrities/Famous Guests, Local Events/Places/Offers

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