, Newburyport, MA


August 22, 2013

'A remarkable ride'

The Brew says goodbye with Amesbury concert this weekend


“We’ve just had a really wonderful time, both professionally and personally,” she said. “Their music has grown to a level where I’m incredibly proud of them.”

Both Drouin and Plante said they are unsure what the future holds, though both plan to stay in the music business.

“We all have, believe it or not, bigger ambitions,” Plante said.

“I’m looking forward to a nice, open road in front of me,” Drouin said. “I know something cool’s gonna happen, because something cool always does.”

If you go

What: The Brew’s final show

When: Saturday. Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m.

Where: Amesbury Sports Park, 12 S. Hunt Road

How much: $20, payable at the door or online at

More information: Show is 18-plus, and food and alcohol will be available to purchase. A VIP after-party will be held inside the park’s Corner Kick Pub, featuring an acoustic set. Tickets for that event are $5 and can be purchased during the concert.

Win tickets

The band is giving away 10 tickets to Saturday’s show, with winners chosen tomorrow morning. For details on how to enter, visit The Brew on Facebook at

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