Music at Maple and Main will be featuring a new artist every month.

Mark your calendars because you don't want to miss what's next!

Join us at Leola United Methodist Church on the 2nd Friday of every month for a night of music and fun!

Doors open at 6 pm and the music starts at 7 pm.

Entry is free unless otherwise noted. Tickets are available on eventbrite.

Food will be available for purchase. 

Friday December 8th

Rast's, DeVitry's and Friends Christmas Jam 

The Rast's and the De Vitry's are talented musical families from Lancaster County.  The families have played music together in various combinations the past two 

decades.  Music @ Maple & Main is pleased to host a holiday concert on Friday December 8th with members of both families.  Peter De Vitry will be joined by his

daughter Monica and Mark Rast will be joined by his son Jordan and daughter Emma.  Emma's friend Daniel Ullom will be joining along in the fun.  These accomplished

musicians play traditional and old time music with Americana and Bluegrass twists. Plan on attending as you will be entertained some extraordinary music that is sure

to get you in the holiday spirit.

Friday January 12th

Soppa Sol

In 2010 Daryl and Frances began collaborating while in graduate school at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) at Eastern Mennonite University.  Daryl was exploring how to use his music to promote health, growth and new connections.  Frances was working to root her music vocation in peacebuilding.  Both view their music as more than entertainment.  Sopa Sol draws on their experiences in other countries and cultures – including Kenya, Haiti and Brazil – to explore music that is transformative in individual lives, communities and the broader society. 

Friday February 9th

Matt Wheeler

A troubadour, a poet with a guitar, a stage banter-conversationalist - all are terms that describe Matt Wheeler's music & performance style well. Matt’s songwriting paints pictures with words, often drawing inspiration from classic works of literature or simply spinning new original stories in song. Lyrics & dynamics play a key role, as each song really means something, and each one is delivered with an honesty that is compelling. 

When playing solo, Matt draws audiences in with engaging stories and interaction, while shining the spotlight on the lyrical strength of his songs. When joined by his band Vintage Heart, the poignant lyrics meet expressive strings and driving percussion to make orchestral folk songs that reward repeated listens. The result is a pleasing sound that recalls wordsmiths like Denison Witmer, Iron & Wine, and James Taylor.