From New York to San Francisco, coffeehouses are legendary for providing timely, socially conscious, and entertaining music and poetry. In the 1950s and ‘60s, the BEAT generation took a firm hold when artists such as Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Lenny Bruce, and so many others performed to deliver a social message, along with some pretty darn good music and poetry, to audiences through their words and music.
Music and community were key components of these performances.
Enter 2013 and “THE BEAT” at Caffe Amouri, where MUSIC and COMMUNITY come together at Vienna’s Coffeehouse.
Adhering to the mission statement of QUALITY, COMMUNITY and SUSTAINABILITY, and with a nod to those folk heroes of the past, “THE BEAT” is a true coffeehouse experience. It’s a modern day open mic, calling members of the community to allow their voices to be heard. In music, poetry, comedy, or any other artistic expressive form, the floor is theirs for an evening of song and spoken word.
Every Saturday from 7-10pm!
Sign up in the shop or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org