Acoustic Wilton is one of our town’s most special and amazing secrets. The musical group showcases incredibly talented teen singers and musicians, most of whom are at the high school level. These singer/songwriters and musicians perform together onstage with Wilton adults who themselves want to stay active in the local music scene.

And as the group’s founder, Scott Weber, once told GOOD Morning Wilton, “For people who think Acoustic Wilton is a kids’ talent show, you’ll be blown away.”

The 20-30 teens who comprise the group are as passionate about music as they are talented. Watch any of their YouTube channel videos–including the ones embedded in this article–and you’ll see for yourself.

After some time away, Acoustic Wilton is returning to the stage Saturday, March 11. Current students and a few alumni will provide fantastic musical entertainment, and funds raised from ticket sales will benefit the Wilton Schools via the Wilton Education Foundation (WEF). The evening promises to be unforgettable with student musical artists and up-and-comers who put on a great show.

Tickets are on sale now on the WEF website for the Saturday, March 11 show at 8 p.m. at The Little Theater at Wilton High School. Tickets will also be available at the door while supplies last, although Acoustic Wilton shows often sell out in advance.