Iron Horse Music Hall Show Schedule

Absolutely no children under 6 admitted unless otherwise noted. All children must have tickets and be accompanied by an adult. All tickets are subject to a service charge in addition to the listed ticket price. (For more information about service fees click here or contact the Northampton Box Office 413/586-8686 M-Sat 10am-6pm Sun 12pm-5pm)
  • TUE NOV 25th 7 pm
  • The Kin
    Sophie and the Bom Boms, Dan Prindle
    Thick as Thieves Tour
  • adv $12    door $15
  • TUE NOV 25th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED NOV 26th 7 pm
  • The Sweet Remains & Friends
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • FRI NOV 28th 7 pm
  • Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters
  • adv $27.50    door $30
  • SAT NOV 29th 7 pm
  • Roomful of Blues
    Roomful of Blues has been delivering its signature blend of swing, rock ‘n’ roll, jump, blues and R&B to euphoric audiences since 1967.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SUN NOV 30th 7 pm
  • Viva Quetzal
    High-energy, multi-cultural musical group of North and South Americans performing an eclectic mix of traditional, folkloric and pop on a fascinating array of ancient and modern instruments.
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • TUE DEC 2nd 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED DEC 3rd 7 pm
  • Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy
    The Carl Palmer Band performs re-imagined instrumental versions of ELP’s original compositions including “Trilogy” "Fanfare for the Common Man" and others.
  • adv $40    door $45
  • THU DEC 4th 7 pm
  • Woman Songwriter Collective: Five Rising Valley Singer/Songwriters
    Debut EP Release Show! The Woman Songwriter Collective features Carolyn Walker, Christa Joy, Lexi Weege, Lisa Marie Ellingsen, Wishbone Zoe
  • adv $12    door $14
  • FRI DEC 5th 7 pm
  • A Catie Curtis Christmas
    Carrie Ferguson
    For three years in a row Catie Curtis was invited to the White House to perform for the holidays. She's continuing the tradition by taking the show on the road.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT DEC 6th 7 pm
  • Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown
    Rockin' the blues since 1965, Kim Simmonds continues to innovate with Savoy Brown, one of the key bands of the 1960s British blues boom who evolved into Foghat.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT DEC 6th 10 pm
  • Jesse Marchant
    County
     NYC-via-Montreal singer-songwriter who used to record under the name JBM. His new self-titled release is out now on No Other.
  • adv $10    door $13
  • SUN DEC 7th 7 pm
  • Small Parade
    Katelyn Richards
    Amherst-based singer/songwriter duo Peter Michaels and Nicole Blum are Small Parade. They are celebrating the release of their first album, BREATHE.
  • adv $10    door $13
  • TUE DEC 9th 7 pm
  • Chuck Ragan
    Adam Faucett
    Hot Water Music frontman's new album "Covering Ground" features Frank Turmer, Audra Mae and members of Gaslight Anthem’ Blind Melon, and Squirrel Nut Zippers
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • TUE DEC 9th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED DEC 10th 7 pm
  • The Black Lillies
    Ian Thomas
    Honky-tonk heartache, gentle Laurel Canyon folk, winding jams & flat-out rock’n’roll rooted by rock-solid songwriting and incredible male/female harmony vocals
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • THU DEC 11th 7 pm
  • The Ballroom Thieves
    Hawk & Dove
    Boston trio The Ballroom Theives play well-crafted, emotionally sincere folk with intensity and passion and have toured with The Lone Bellow, Dispatch, & Railroad Earth among others.
  • adv $10    door $13
  • THU DEC 11th 10 pm
  • Low Cut Connie, Daniel Romano
    If an alien landed and asked what rock ‘n’ roll is, you'd start with Low Cut Connie. The days of Buckaroos & Nudie Suits are over. Enter Daniel Romano. 
  • adv $10    door $13
  • FRI DEC 12th 7 pm
  • Bill Kirchen's Honky-Tonk Holiday Show
    Girls, Guns, and Glory
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI DEC 12th 10 pm
  • Fashion People Records launch party featuring, Howard, Ian Coss, Temporary Friends
    Celebrating the Release of Three New Full-Length Records!
  • adv $8    door $10
  • SAT DEC 13th 7 pm
  • Freddie Bryant Kaleidoscope Quartet, Juke Joint Jazz
    Jazz On The Quarter
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SUN DEC 14th 7 pm
  • David Mallett
  • adv $20    door $25
  • TUE DEC 16th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • THU DEC 18th 7 pm
  • Burlesque-A-Pades: A Christmas Shimmy!
  • adv $15    door $18
  • THU DEC 18th 10 pm
  • The LeeVees: Hanukkah Rocks featuring Adam Gardner of Guster
    Adam Gardner of Guster & Dave Schneider of The Zambonis are two nice Jewish guys who have taken up the important task of writing a bunch of great, rockin’ Hanukah songs
  • adv $10    door $13
  • FRI DEC 19th 7 pm
  • Chris Pureka
    MaryLeigh Roohan
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI DEC 19th 10 pm
  • Neon Fauna
    Oxen, Slorg
    Three bands from the Valley's sonic subculture that range from garage grunge to hard rock riff farming to electronic exploration
  • adv $8    door $10
  • SAT DEC 20th 7 pm
  • The Commander Cody Band
    Stewart James & The Juke Joint All-Stars
  • adv $15    door $20
  • SUN DEC 21st 7 pm
  • Bebel Gilberto
    DJ Bongohead spins from 5:30 'til showtime
    New album TUDO hints at a fantastical Rio de Janeiro with gorgeous melodies shaped by touches of electronica. A Dean's Beans Music From Around The World Show.
  • adv $35    door $40
  • TUE DEC 23rd 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • FRI DEC 26th 7 pm
  • New Riders of the Purple Sage
    The New Riders of the Purple Sage (NRPS) have kept fans in a psychedelic country head spin for over 40 years.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT DEC 27th 7 pm
  • The Original Barefoot Truth: Will Evans and Jay Driscoll
    The Bakers
    Limited number of specially-priced both-show tickets available
  • adv $18    door $20
  • SAT DEC 27th 10 pm
  • The Original Barefoot Truth: Will Evans and Jay Driscoll
    Jon Berman
    Limited number of specially-priced both-show tickets available
  • adv $18    door $20
  • SUN DEC 28th 7 pm
  • Johnny A
    Phenomenal guitarist Johnny A was just inducted into the Boston Music Hall of Fame at this year's Boston Music Awards (2014).  
  • adv $15    door $20
  • MON DEC 29th 7 pm
  • Festival of Light - An Intimate Evening with Matisyahu Unplugged
     
  • adv $50    door $55
  • TUE DEC 30th 7 pm
  • Enter The Haggis New Year's Eve Extravaganza!
  • adv $20    door $25
  • TUE DEC 30th 10 pm
  • Enter The Haggis New Year's Eve Extravaganza!
  • adv $20    door $25
  • WED DEC 31st 7 pm
  • Enter The Haggis New Year's Eve Extravaganza!
  • adv $25    door $30
  • WED DEC 31st 10 pm
  • Enter The Haggis New Year's Eve Extravaganza!
  • adv $25    door $30
  • FRI JAN 2nd 7 pm
  • Duke Robillard Band
     Named Best Blues Guitarist four times by The Blues Foundation, B.B. King says “Duke’s one of the great players, one of God’s guitarists'"
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT JAN 3rd 7 pm
  • The Grand Slambovians
    "Lively songs that are imbued with mystical stirrings." ~ New York Times
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SUN JAN 4th 7 pm
  • &Co featuring Sonya Kitchell, Neal Evans and Jesske Hume
    Howard
    Brooklyn power trio featuring Sonya Kitchell, Jesske Hume, and Neal Evans  
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • THU JAN 8th 7 pm
  • Nothing Has Changed: A Tribute to David Bowie
    Lord Russ, Gentle Hen, The Fawns, Mark Mulcahy, Drunk Stuntmen, Colorway, Wishbone Zoe, Fancy Trash, The Claudia Malibu, Trucks, Beach Honey
    Valley musicians celebrate Bowie's 68th birthday and his new retrospective box set "Nothing Has Changed" with an evening of interpretations of the legendary chameleon's music
  • adv $10    door $13
  • FRI JAN 9th 7 pm
  • Livingston Taylor
    Livingston Taylor has been delighting audiences with his witty and wise music for over thirty years when he's not working his day job as a fulll professor at Berklee College of Music. 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT JAN 10th 7 pm
  • Livingston Taylor
    Livingston Taylor has been delighting audiences with his witty and wise music for over thirty years when he's not working his day job as a fulll professor at Berklee College of Music. 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SUN JAN 11th 7 pm
  • Willie Watson
    Former Old Crow Medicine Show frontman's debut solo album Folk Singer Vol. 1, produced by David Rawlings, spans ten songs from the American folk songbook.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • TUE JAN 13th 7 pm
  • Mike Zito
    Gulf Coast style blues guitarist grew up listening to Van Halen and Led Zepplin and later dicovered the great blues men from his hometown of St. Louis. He captures the essence of both.
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • WED JAN 14th 7 pm
  • Jeff Daniels with The Ben Daniels Band
    Jeff Daniels of The Newsroom & Dumb and Dumber to name two, is not an actor who sings but an accomplished singer/songwriter whose musical talent does not require the support of his acting.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • THU JAN 15th 7 pm
  • Carolyn Walker
    Album Release Show
  • adv $12    door $14
  • FRI JAN 16th 7 pm
  • Cheryl Wheeler
    Kenny White
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT JAN 17th 7 pm
  • Cheryl Wheeler
    Kenny White
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SUN JAN 18th 7 pm
  • Selwyn Birchwood
    Florida’s rising young blues fireball is a guitar and lap-steel-playing bundle of pure energy, onstage and on his Alligator Records recordings.  
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • WED JAN 21st 7 pm
  • Junior Brown
  • adv $25    door $30
  • THU JAN 22nd 7 pm
  • The Iguanas
    Based out of New Orleans for the past couple of decades save for a short Katrina-imposed exile in Austin the Iguanas' Americana Crosses cultures, styles, eras and even languages. 
  • adv $15    door $20
  • FRI JAN 23rd 7 pm
  • The Bad Plus
    On Inevitable Western, the10th album from The Bad Plus, pop, blues, and folk meld with classic melodies and rhythmic innovation into that rarest of hybrids: intelligent music for the masses.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT JAN 24th 7 pm
  • Wild Child
    Voted Best Indie Band at the Austin Music Awards two years in a row. NPR’s Top Ten Songs of 2013 honors for “Living Tree.”
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • TUE JAN 27th 7 pm
  • Frontier Ruckus
    The Novel Ideas
    Michigan's Frontier Ruckus plays gothic Americana, alt-country, and indie bluegrass, with fertile sense of experimentation. 
  • adv $10    door $13
  • WED JAN 28th 8:30 pm
  • San Fermin
    With years of classical training and surrounded by superb fellow musicians,  Ellis Ludwig-Leone's adventurous Brooklyn baroque-pop ensemble scales great musical heights
  • adv $13    door $15
  • THU JAN 29th 7 pm
  • Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Show
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI JAN 30th 7 pm
  • James Montgomery Band
    Blues harmonica legend and one of the most dynamic performers on the scene.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT JAN 31st 7 pm
  • Aztec Two Step: The Second Step Anniversary Show
    40th Anniversary of Rex & Neal's 1975 classic "Second Step" album on RCA. They'll play the whole album and more.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT JAN 31st 10 pm
  • Mo Lowda & The Humble, Forest & The Evergreens
    Mo Lowda & The Humble are a buzzing Philly alt-rick trio. Forest & The Evergreens are a  Columus OH blues/funk/rock quintet known for their great live shows.
  • adv $8    door $10
  • WED FEB 4th 7 pm
  • Samantha Fish
    Sam's searing lead guitar style, great voice, and legit dues-paying years on the KC jam circuit demonstrate she has the grit to overcome any scepticism about her age, hair tone, or gender. 
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • THU FEB 5th 7 pm
  • Christian McBride
    One of the most recorded musicians of his generation,  the virtuoso jazz bassist has appeared on close to 300 recordings as a sideman and as a frontman at age 41.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • FRI FEB 6th 7 pm
  • David Wilcox, Patty Larkin
    A generous co-bill featuring two of the most eloquent and talented singer/singwriters of our times. Patty plays first and David closes. We suspect they'll do some songs together as well.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT FEB 7th 7 pm
  • The Nields
    The Nields sisters are a Valley musical institution and have been for over 20 years.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SUN FEB 8th 7 pm
  • Albert Lee
    Atlas Gray
    "The greatest guitarist in the world."- Eric Clapton.  “Albert is in every sense of the word, a genuine guitar wizard."- Earl Scruggs  
  • adv $20    door $25
  • THU FEB 12th 7 pm
  • FullSet
    "This Irish-based sextet of young musicians and singers has stunned the trad world with the brilliance of their vocals and power of their playing 
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • FRI FEB 13th 7 pm
  • Shemekia Copeland
    Heir to the rich tradition of soul-drenched divas like Ruth Brown, Etta James and Koko Taylor, Copeland’s shot at the eventual title of Queen of the Blues is pretty clear.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT FEB 14th 7 pm
  • Pousette-Dart Band
    Kerri Powers
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • SAT FEB 14th 10 pm
  • Sinkane
    Ahmed Gallab‘s stints with Caribou, Yeasayer and Of Montreal have paved the way to a unique compound of sound, stylistically nostalgic and ultramodern at the same time. 
  • adv $12    door $15
  • SUN FEB 15th 7 pm
  • Leo Kottke
    Leo Kottke’s guitar work has earned him two Grammys, five “Best Folk Guitarist” wins (Guitar Player) and an induction into the Guitar Player Hall of Fame.
  • adv $30    door $35
  • MON FEB 16th 7 pm
  • Leo Kottke
    Leo Kottke’s guitar work has earned him two Grammys, five “Best Folk Guitarist” wins (Guitar Player) and an induction into the Guitar Player Hall of Fame.
  • adv $30    door $35
  • FRI FEB 20th 7 pm
  • Luther 'Guitar Junior' Johnson and the Magic Rockers
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT FEB 21st 7 pm
  • The THE BAND Band
    The THE BAND Band brings the music of The Band alive with authentic, true-to-form renditions of their extraordinary repertoire. 
  • adv $15    door $20
  • SUN FEB 22nd 7 pm
  • James Cotton
    James Cotton is a key link on the chain of great blues harp players Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, & Junior Wells. “The finest blues harmonica player alive.” Boston Herald
  • adv $30    door $35
  • THU FEB 26th 7 pm
  • BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
    For the past 39 years, BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet has been making some of the most potent and popular Cajun music on the planet. 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT FEB 28th 7 pm
  • The Johnny Memphis Band
    First a new album. Now a 60th Birthday show! 
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SUN MAR 1st 7 pm
  • Greg Brown
  • adv $35    door $40
  • TUE MAR 10th 7 pm
  • Hot Club of Cowtown
    Austin's Hot Club of Cowtown sets up up camp at that crossroads where country meets jazz and chases the blues away honoring the greats of jazz and swing with their sound.
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • WED MAR 11th 7 pm
  • Red Baraat
    Dean's Beans presents pioneering 8-piece from Brooklyn merging hard driving North Indian bhangra with elements of jazz, go-go, brass funk, & hip-hop in an ethnomusicologist’s peyote dream
  • adv $15    door $18
  • THU MAR 12th 7 pm
  • Eric Sardinas
    Guitarist Eric Sardinas unbottles the raw energy of Delta Blues 78s into a sound that ricochets from die-hard country blues to stone boogie to romantic pop to flame-thrower rock n roll. 
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI MAR 13th 7 pm
  • Zoe Darrow and the Fiddleheads
    Annual St. Patrick's Day Show
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • SAT MAR 14th 7 pm
  • Big Bad Bollocks
    Annual St. Patrick's Day Show
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • SUN MAR 15th 7 pm
  • Dicey Riley
    St. Patrick's Day Show  
  • adv $12    door $14
  • WED MAR 18th 7 pm
  • Ben Sollee, Becca Stevens Band
    Co-Bill: Ben Solle is a Kentucky cellist, composer, storyteller. Becca Stevens and her band expand and blur the boundaries of folk, jazz, and pop on their new album Perfect Animal.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • THU MAR 19th 7 pm
  • Whiskey Treaty Roadshow featuring Abe Loomis, Billy Keane, Tory Hanna, Greg Smith, and David Tanklefsky.
  • adv $13    door $15
  • SAT MAR 21st 7 pm
  • Lori McKenna
    Hayley Reardon
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SUN MAR 22nd 7 pm
  • Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin with The Guilty Ones
    The Far West
  • adv $25    door $30
  • TUE MAR 24th 7 pm
  • Levin Brothers
    New album "Levin Brothers" by King Crimson/Peter Gabriel bassist Tony Levin, his brother Pete & a top tier band is comprised of originals plus King Crimson's "Matte Kudasai"
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI MAR 27th 7 pm
  • Melissa Aldana & Crash Trio
    Rising Chilean saxophonist who's done a residency at NYC's Village Vanguard and was the first woman to win the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition
  • adv $15    door $20
  • SAT MAR 28th 7 pm
  • Jimmy Webb
  • adv $27.50    door $30
  • SAT APR 4th 7 pm
  • The Stone Coyotes
    Santina King
  • adv $12    door $15
  • SAT APR 11th 7 pm
  • The Boxcar Lilies
    The Boxcar Lilies mix folk, country, and bluegrass-tinged Americana music featuring spine-tingling, innovative harmonies and top-notch songwriting. 
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI APR 17th 7 pm
  • Ellis Paul
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT APR 18th 7 pm
  • Frank Manzi
    Call it Americana, folk rock, acoustic rock or whatever, but Frank Manzi's sincere and honest approach to making music is hard to put a label on .and that's just the way he likes it
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • SUN APR 19th 7 pm
  • Antsy McClain & The Trailer Park Troubadours
    Singer, songwriter, humorist, small town philosopher Antsy McClain's heart-felt ballads & humorous tales have won praise from Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, and Lindsay Buckingham to name a few
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI APR 24th 7 pm
  • Kathy Mattea
    The Acoustic Living Room: Songs and Stories with Kathy Mattea Featuring Bill Cooley
  • adv $35    door $40
  • SAT APR 25th 7 pm
  • Peter Yarrow
    Peter Yarrow wrote many Peter, Paul & Mary classics including “Puff, the Magic Dragon" and he has earned multiple gold and platinum albums and numerous Grammys.
  • adv $40    door $45
  • THU APR 30th 7 pm
  • Griffin House
    Nashville via Ohio singer/songwriter Griffin House's strong voice and lyrically weighty songs ring true with a style that careens across the musical spectrum from Bob Dylan to Pavement.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI MAY 8th 7 pm
  • Bruce Cockburn
    The pioneering Canadian songwriter & guitarist delivers his memoir & a new box set both titled RUMOURS OF GLORY this Fall.
  • adv $40    door $45
  • SAT MAY 9th 7 pm
  • Bruce Cockburn
    The pioneering Canadian songwriter & guitarist delivers his memoir & a new box set both titled RUMOURS OF GLORY this Fall.
  • adv $40    door $45
  • FRI MAY 15th 7 pm
  • Willie Nile
    Veteran New York rocker Nile's new album American Ride is a bracing set of impassioned songs performed with the fervor of a true rock 'n' roll believer. 
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • SAT MAY 16th 7 pm
  • Jonathan Edwards
    Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the barefoot troubadour delivers songs of passion, insight, & humor night after night.
  • adv $28    door $33
  • SAT MAY 30th 7 pm
  • The Legendary Songs of Harry Chapin performed by Satinwood featuring original Chapin band members 'Big John' Wallace and Howard Fields
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • FRI JUN 26th 7 pm
  • Stephen Kellogg's 5th Annual SK Family BBQ
    A weekend of music, games, food & fun in the sun in Northampton where Ol' SK got his start! Friday & Saturday night concerts, a Saturday BBQ,  field games and more!
  • adv $100    door $125
  • SAT JUN 27th 7 pm
  • Stephen Kellogg's 5th Annual SK Family BBQ
    A weekend of music, games, food & fun in the sun in Northampton where Ol' SK got his start! Friday & Saturday night concerts, a Saturday BBQ,  field games and more!
  • adv $100    door $125
  • SAT AUG 1st 7 pm
  • Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez
    The Reprobate Blues Band
  • adv $15    door $18

Calvin Theatre Show Schedule

  • THU DEC 4th 8 pm
  • Ralphie May
    Calvin Comedy! Since his debut on season one of “Last Comic Standing,” audiences can’t get enough of the larger than life comedian. 
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • FRI DEC 5th 8 pm
  • Dark Star Orchestra
    DSO represents something far beyond a tribute act. They are a living, breathing love letter to the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead.
  • $27.50
  • SUN DEC 7th 8 pm
  • The Head and the Heart
    Phox
    Seattle campfire folk six-piece on Sup Pop
  • $33.50
  • FRI DEC 12th 8 pm
  • A John Waters Christmas
    The director of Pink Flamingos, Hairspray, Crybaby, etc. puts the X in Xmas sharing real life holiday horror stories and more. Limited # of VIP  Meet/Greet tix.
  • $100 with meet & greet, $45.00, $35.00, $25.00
  • SAT DEC 13th 8 pm
  • Dar Williams Honesty Room 20th Anniversary
    Jill Sobule
    An Evening With Dar Williams and special guests honoring the 20th Anniversary of "The Honesty Room." Dar will play her entire debut album & share many stories behind the songs. 
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • FRI DEC 26th 8 pm
  • Artie Lange
    Beloved regular on The Howard Stern Show, author of  New York Times bestseller Too Fat To Fish, and one of the original series regulars on FOX’s Mad TV. 
  • $45.00, $35.00
  • SAT JAN 17th 8 pm
  • Get The Led Out - The American Led Zeppelin
    Get The Led Out recreate the complex STUDIO versions of Zep's canon LIVE, a feat Led Zeppelin themselves never attempted.
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • TUE FEB 10th 8 pm
  • Foreigner
    Foreigner's hits include Juke Box Hero,  Feels Like The First Time, Urgent, Head Games, Say You Will, Cold as Ice, Hot Blooded, I Want To Know What Love Is
  • $75.00, $65.00. $55.00
  • WED FEB 11th 8 pm
  • The New Pornographers
    The New Pornographers' sixth album, Brill Bruisers, is a masterpiece of power pop and one of the most exuberant rock albums of the year. 
  • $28.50
  • WED FEB 18th 8 pm
  • Umphrey's McGee
    Tauk
    On their 8th album SIMILAR SKIN, Umphrey's McGee strut their rock and prog roots, "trimming the fat" with some delightfully concise rock and pop.
  • $26.00
  • SAT FEB 28th 8 pm
  • Gaelic Storm
    Gaelic Storm infuses traditional Celtic music with modern influences, updating the genre for a new generation of fans raised on rock, country and folk
  • $26.00
  • THU MAR 12th 8 pm
  • Kathy Griffin
    The two-time Emmy winner, NY Times bestselling author, four-time Grammy nominee is a multi-faceted performer with rapid fire wit. 
  • $65.00, $55.00, $45.00
  • SAT MAR 28th 8 pm
  • Sinbad
    One of Comedy Central's all-time top 100 standup comedians, Sinbad tells hilarious stories about the foibles of daily life, and he's profound without being profane.
  • $45.00, $35.00, $25.00
  • SAT APR 4th 8 pm
  • The Machine performs Pink Floyd
    THE MACHINE, America’s top Pink Floyd show, has forged a 20 year reputation of excellence, extending the legacy of Pink Floyd while creating another legacy all their own. 
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • WED APR 8th 3 pm
  • Dweezil Zappa Guitar Masterclass- Dweezilla On The Road
    For The price of a fuzz pedal, learn techniques from the son of Frank Zappa. Dweezil Zappa's music camp Dweezilla has a motto "Learn And Destroy." 
  • $75.00
  • WED APR 8th 8 pm
  • Zappa Plays Zappa One Size Fits All 40th Anniversary Tour.
    One Size Fits All 40th Anniversary Tour.  Limited number of VIP tickets at $72.50 include VIP Soundcheck Party and gig poster.
  • $48.50, $38.50, $28.50 + Ltd. VIP tix $72.50
  • FRI MAY 1st 8 pm
  • The Wailin' Jennys
    The Stray Birds
  • $38.50, $28.50
  • SAT MAY 9th 8 pm
  • Charlie Murphy
    The older brother of Eddie Murphy, Charlie Murphy’s rose from Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show" cast member to top-billed international comedian
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • FRI JUN 19th 8 pm
  • Ani DiFranco
    Ani DiFranco’s music has grown far beyond her acoustic solo roots to embrace jazz, soul, electronica and even more distant sounds on her new Righteous Babe release, "Allergic To Water."
  • $42.50, $32.50
    On Sale 11/28/2014
  • SUN JUN 21st 8 pm
  • Keb' Mo'
    Three-time Grammy winner and visionary roots-music storyteller embarks on a new chapter in his career with the April 22, 2015 release of his 12th album, BLUESAmericana. 
  • $45.00, $35.00, $25.00
    On Sale 11/28/2014

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Pearl Street Show Schedule

  • SAT NOV 29th 7 pm
  • The Go To
    The Sound Exchange, Sarah Barrios
    New England pop trio causes screaming GoToMania wherever they play!
  • adv $10    door $13
    Clubroom
  • SAT DEC 6th 9 pm
  • Zach Deputy
    Jen Durkin (Deep Banana Blackout) and Friends
    A soulful reggae-anchored mash up of funk, calypso, and rock, Zach Deputy's one man band is a marvel to witness 
  • adv $15    door $20
    Ballroom
  • SAT DEC 6th 8:30 pm
  • June and the Bee, St. Nothing
    Carinae
    Two unique indie bands from Amherst and Boston share a bill that amounts to more than the sum of its parts.
  • adv $10    door $13
    Clubroom
  • FRI DEC 19th 7 pm
  • All That Remains: Lazer 99.3 Annual Hometown Throwdown
    Hope Lies Within, City of Homes, Sakara, Crossing Rubicon
    Join the rest of your brood for the annual Lazer 99.3 Hometown Throwdown with All That Remains and more bands to be announced. Check out the seriously heavy new song "No Knock."
  • adv $19.93    door $25
    Ballroom
  • MON DEC 29th 7 pm
  • Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime
    Shantyman & The Speakeasies, Make The Rules
  • adv $16    door $20
    Ballroom
  • WED FEB 4th 8 pm
  • Greensky Bluegrass
    Michigan-based Greensky Bluegrass is one of the most open-minded string outfits to ever deftly weave rock, folk, blues, country and yes, bluegrass into their own resonant creation. 
  • adv $15    door $18
    Ballroom
  • FRI FEB 6th 8 pm
  • Joshua Radin
    Rachael Yamagata, Cary Brothers
    Radin's songs have been on Scrubs, Grey’s Anatomy, American Idol & House. He played Ellen DeGeneres's wedding. In February his 6th album comes out featuring a duet with Sheryl Crow.
  • adv $20    door $25
    Ballroom
  • FRI FEB 13th 8 pm
  • Michael Franti Acoustic One Heart One Soul Tour
    Ethan Tucker
    An intimate acoustic evening of Spearhead favorites, the seeds of some new songs, and a few stories and jokes. Franti DJs after the show, so bring your dancing shoes... or your bare feet!"
  • adv $36    door $41
    Ballroom
  • TUE FEB 17th 8 pm
  • Sturgill Simpson
    Anderson East
    Bonafide mountain hillbilly soul, as pure as you are going to find anywhere. Sturgill Simpson's authenticity stands out like an island of hope in a sea of tacky.   
  • adv $15    door $18
    Ballroom
  • WED FEB 18th 8:30 pm
  • Aesop Rock w/ Rob Sonic
    Homeboy Sandman
    "...a vulnerable story-telling style that's all too rare among this genre's tough-guys" - NEW YORK MAGAZINE
  • adv $17.50    door $20
    Ballroom
  • FRI MAR 6th 9 pm
  • ODESZA
    ODESZA's new album "In Return" is a pop-infused, electronic wonder, peppered with infectious hooks, potent atmosphere, and their trademark mood-altering uplift. 
  • adv $15    door $20
    Ballroom

Iron Horse Presents Show Schedule

  • THU APR 30th 7:30 pm
  • The Wailin' Jennys
    The Stray Birds
    The Egg, Albany NY

    Tickets are on sale now at the Egg box office, online at theegg.org and by phone: 518.473.1845

  • $45.00, $35.00
  • SAT MAY 2nd 8 pm
  • The Wailin' Jennys
    The Stray Birds
    Capitol Center for The Arts, Concord NH

    Tickets are on sale now at the CCANH box office, online at www.ccanh.com and by phone: 603.225.1111.   

  • $35.00, $30.00, $25.00
  • SUN MAY 3rd 7:30 pm
  • The Wailin' Jennys
    The Stray Birds
    Berklee Performance Center, Boston MA

    Tickets tickets are on sale now.  Click HERE to purchase. 

  • $38.50, $28.50
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