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 FEB 9th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • THU FEB 11th 7 pm
  • Lee Fields & The Expressions
    The Eric Olsson Band, DJ Snack Attack of Purity Supreme spins from doors until showtime and in between sets!
    Along with Daptone strutter Charles Bradley, Fields is at the vanguard of the Soul revival and a master of sounds crafted in Philadelphia, Detroit and Memphis.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI FEB 12th 7 pm
  • Kim Simmonds & Savoy Brown - The Devil to Pay 50th Anniversary Release Party
    Kim Simmonds is one of the all-time greats of British blues rock. If the Rolling Stones had remained a blues band, 50 years later they'd be Savoy Brown. 
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI FEB 12th 10 pm
  • Shakedown-New England's Grateful Dead Tribute Band
    Moved from 2/5
  • adv $10    door $13
  • SAT FEB 13th 7 pm
  • The THE BAND Band
    Without a doubt the most musically satisfying tribute to The Band on the scene today, bringing the music alive with authentic,  true-to-form renditions of the extraordinary repertoire.
  • adv $20    door $23
  • SUN FEB 14th 7 pm
  • Solas
    "All These Years" 20th Anniversary Tour for the quintessential Irish American band. Iron Horse 37th Anniversary show.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • TUE FEB 16th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • THU FEB 18th 7 pm
  • Rhett Miller
    Salim Nourallah , And The Neighbors
    Lead singer of The Old 97’s 7th solo album The Traveler features members of Black Prairie, The Decemberists, Peter Buck, and Scott McCaughey.
  • adv $20    door $23
  • FRI FEB 19th 7 pm
  • Altan
    New album The Widening Gyre explores the musical connection between the traditional music of Ireland and Ametican roots and bluegrass. Iron Horse 37th Anniversary Series Show.
  • adv $27.50    door $30
  • FRI FEB 19th 10 pm
  • Alex2e, Joon
    Co-Bill featuring two of New England's most promising new acts. 
  • adv $8    door $10
  • SAT FEB 20th 7 pm
  • Marcia Ball
    Marcia is the queen of rollicking roadhouse rave-ups and soulful Gulf Coast R&B mixed with Cajun, zydeco, boogie-woogie, & swamp pop. 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT FEB 20th 10 pm
  • The Humble
    Philly's rising alt- rock trio Mo Lowda & the Humble are now simply The Humble and have a new album entitled Act Accordingly out on March 11th
  • adv $8    door $10
  • SUN FEB 21st 7 pm
  • Junior Brown
    Salvation Alley String Band
    Austin singer and demon guitarist with a trademark raucous blend of Western swing, honky tonk, electrified Bakersfield country, and rock & roll. 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • TUE FEB 23rd 7 pm
  • Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen.
    Jon Cleary, the anchor of Bonnie Raitt’s band, is a funky piano wizard continuing the tradition of NOLA R&B giants like Professor Longhair, Dr. John, and Allen Toussaint. 
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • TUE FEB 23rd 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED FEB 24th 7 pm
  • Kaki King: The Neck is a Bridge to the Body
    Wishbone Zoe
    Kaki King's groundbreaking new multimedia performance “The Neck Is A Bridge To The Body” was created with Glowing Pictures (Animal Collective, David Byrne, Brian Eno)
  • adv $15    door $18
  • THU FEB 25th 10 pm
  • Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
    Presented by Lazer 99.3 hard rocking Nashville based Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown includes guitarist Graham Whitford, son of legendary Aerosmith guitaist Brad Whitford.
  • adv $9.93    door $13
  • FRI FEB 26th 7 pm
  • Tom Rush
    Tom Rush has been a catalyst for the inevitble & cyclical folk revivals of every decade since the initial renaissances he helped spearhead in the 60s. New video documentary out, No Regrets
  • adv $45    door $45
  • SAT FEB 27th 7 pm
  • Aztec Two Step 45th Anniversary Show
    Performing gems from their 45-year canon plus the songs of Simon & Garfunkel, The Everly Brothers, and other classic duos of their era.  
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SUN FEB 28th 7 pm
  • Pat McGee
    Jon Berman
    Richmond pop-rock troubadour Pat McGee's recent self-titled double album features heavies like Russ Kunkel, Waddy Wachtel, Danny Kortchmar, John Popper and Pat Monahan of Train.
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • TUE MAR 1st 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED MAR 2nd 7 pm
  • Judy Collins
    Ari Hest
    Judy Collins, now 76, is as creatively vigorous as ever, writing, touring worldwide, and nurturing fresh talent. She and Ari Hest are collaborating on a new album, out later this year. 
  • adv $55    door $55
  • THU MAR 3rd 7 pm
  • Judy Collins
    Ari Hest
    Judy Collins, now 76, is as creatively vigorous as ever, writing, touring worldwide & nurturing fresh talent. She & Ari Hest are collaborating on a new album due out this year. 
  • adv $55    door $55
  • FRI MAR 4th 7 pm
  • Garnet Rogers
    "Powerful songwriting... remarkable musicianship and presence. A brilliant songwriter. One of the major talents of our time." Boston Globe  
  • adv $15    door $20
  • TUE MAR 8th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED MAR 9th 7 pm
  • The High Kings
    Multi-platinum Artists, The High Kings are Ireland's folk band, a quartet of accomplished musical pedigrees, the band first exploded onto the Irish folk music scene in 2008
  • adv $25    door $30
  • THU MAR 10th 7 pm
  • Steve Forbert
    Christian Lopez
    His signature song Romeo's Tune topped the Hot 100 in 1980, REM opened for him, he's in Cyndi Lauper's Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Video and his 16th album Compromised is out in November
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • THU MAR 10th 10 pm
  • Beau Sasser's Escape Plan
    Northampton based 5-piece funk machine crafts a perfect brew of organ driven, hard-hittin’, boogaloo rooted power funk with a rock ’n’ roll spirit. 
  • adv $10    door $13
  • FRI MAR 11th 7 pm
  • Willie Nile
    "If you took Bruce Springsteen, The Ramones, Lou Reed and the Stones and put them in a blender, the end result would be a Willie Nile smoothie." -Overheard at the Iron Horse
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT MAR 12th 7 pm
  • Popa Chubby
    The Eva Cappelli Band
    Popa Chubby describes his sound as “the Stooges meets Buddy Guy, Motörhead meets Muddy Waters, and Jimi Hendrix meets Robert Johnson." Sounds like a party we'd like to attend!
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SUN MAR 13th 7 pm
  • Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
    Dennis Brennan
    "The first couple of Americana" -Mojo Magaziine  Larry Campbell is a Grammy Award winning producer, who has toured as a multi-instrumentalist for Bob Dylan & Levon Helm.
  • adv $20    door $23
  • MON MAR 14th 8:30 pm
  • Tortoise
    Mind Over Mirrors
    On their 7th album "The Catastrophist," Chicago quintet Tortoise utilizes dub, rock, jazz, electronica & minimalism to conjure sounds unheard anywhere else in music today. 
  • adv $16.50    door $20
  • TUE MAR 15th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • WED MAR 16th 7 pm
  • Kyle Kinane
    A natural comedian with a microphone & a head full of good stories, Kinane questions the illogical parts of our brains & takes them to playful & unnatural conclusions. 
  • adv $16    door $20
  • THU MAR 17th 7 pm
  • Zoe Darrow and Friends
    Annual St. Patrick's Day Show!
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • FRI MAR 18th 7 pm
  • Richard Shindell
    Innovative, original and occasionally spiritual, Shindell weaves tales that champion the downtrodden, exalt the disaffected or wax empathetic on the fringes.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT MAR 19th 7 pm
  • Big Bad Bollocks
    St. Paddy's Week Show!
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • TUE MAR 22nd 7 pm
  • Robyn Hitchcock
    Emma Swift
    Robyn's latest THE MAN UPSTAIRS blends folk, psychedelia, & wry British nihilism in a bittersweet love letter to a vanishing world produced by Joe Boyd (Pink Floyd, Nick Drake). 
  • adv $20    door $23
  • TUE MAR 22nd 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • THU MAR 24th 5:30 pm
  • Purim at the Iron Horse with Israel's King of Blues Rock, Lazer Lloyd
    The costume party of the year, brought to you by Chabad Northampton!  Megillah reading and doors at 4:30pm. Discounted kids tickets.
  • $15 adults. $10 for children 3-12
  • SAT MAR 26th 7 pm
  • Ellis Paul
    Matt Nakoa
    Paul has won 15 Boston Music Awards for Best Folk Musician, an artist with his eye on the future and an interest in discovering the transformative potential in his music. -New York Times
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • MON MAR 28th 7 pm
  • Neil Hamburger
    Star of the new Magnolia Pictures film ENTERTAIMENT, anti-humorist Neil Hamburger's perplexingly funny shows have also landed him on Tim & Eric, Jimmy Kimmel & a Tenacious D tour.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • TUE MAR 29th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • FRI APR 1st 7 pm
  • The Slambovian Circus of Dreams
    Surreal americana, avant-folk, and rootsy psychedelica from Sleepy Hollow, New York.The band's 6th album "A Very Unusual Head" is due out June of 2016. 
  • adv $15    door $20
  • SAT APR 2nd 7 pm
  • Catie Curtis
    Catie Curtis has performed her deep, soulful songs at the White House, Presidential Inaugural Balls, Lilith Fair, Carnegie Hall, & annually at the Iron Horse. 
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SUN APR 3rd 7 pm
  • Susan Werner
    We welcome back one of our favorite Iowa natives, farmer's daughter, and folk singer extraordinaire.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • TUE APR 5th 7 pm
  • Crystal Bowersox
    Marshall Ruffin
    Limited # of VIP meet & greet tickets available.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • WED APR 6th 7 pm
  • BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
    2-time Grammy winners and 11-time Grammy nominees. “The best Cajun band in the World!”  —Garrison Keillor  
  • adv $20    door $23
  • THU APR 7th 7 pm
  • The Gibson Brothers
    Two-time International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainers of the Year 
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT APR 9th 7 pm
  • Jonathan Edwards
    Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the man simply delivers, night after night – songs of passion, songs of insight, songs of humor.
  • adv $28    door $33
  • SUN APR 10th 7 pm
  • Project/Object: The Music Of Frank Zappa feat. Ike Willis & Don Preston
    Zappa fan favorites IKE WILLIS & synthesizer legend DON PRESTON both recorded with The Mothers Of Invention (Don) & the Zappa band 1978-1988 (Ike) and lead another amazing night of music
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • WED APR 13th 7 pm
  • Graham Parker Duo featuring Brinsley Schwarz
    Graham Parker has worked with guitarist Brinsley Schwarz since 1975 when they first met and rehearsed together in the band that became known as Graham Parker and The Rumour. 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • THU APR 14th 7 pm
  • Bill Charlap Trio
    Pianist Charlap's latest project is a collaboration with the legendary Tony Bennett, an album called The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • THU APR 14th 10 pm
  • Spirit Ghost
    Calico Blue
  • adv $10    door $13
  • SAT APR 16th 7 pm
  • Seth Glier
    Steve Seskin
    On his new album "If I Could Change One Thing" Glier aims for the moon, heading in a decidedly pop direction, a bold departure from his three prior acoustic based albums. 
  • adv $14    door $17
  • SUN APR 17th 7 pm
  • Greg Brown
    Greg Brown has more than a dozen albums and his songs have been performed by Willie Nelson, Carlos Santana, Michael Johnson, Shawn Colvin, and Mary-Chapin Carpenter
  • adv $35    door $40
  • WED APR 20th 7 pm
  • David Lindley
    A night of stringed instrument wizardry & offbeat humor with one of the best players in the business & trusty sidekick to Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne, Ry Cooder & Linda Ronstadt.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • THU APR 21st 7 pm
  • Stick Men feat. Tony Levin, Pat Mastellotto, Markus Reuter
    An AMAZING prog rock trio with members of King Crimson & Peter Gabriel's bands playing unorthodox instruments like the Chapman Stick and creating captivating, challenging music. 
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI APR 22nd 7 pm
  • Chris Pureka
    John Craigie
    Portland Oregon-based Chris Pureka's 6th album Back in the Ring is out April 1st on her own Sad Rabbit Records. It's been 5 years since her last album and the new one is a knock out.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT APR 23rd 7 pm
  • Loudon Wainwright III
    Amy Fairchild
    One of the world's best singer/songwriters, his 26th album "I Haven't Got The Blues Yet" is filled with insight, laughter, & sentiment that stops just short of being sentimental.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT APR 23rd 10 pm
  • LuxDeluxe
    Northampton-based band whose record collections are clearly deeper and older than most guys their age and whose classic but modern sound has as much to do with NRBQ as Deer Tick
  • adv $10    door $13
  • TUE APR 26th 7 pm
  • Alan Doyle and The Beautiful Gypsies
    Launched in 1993,.Great Big Sea fused traditional Newfoundland music with pop. Co-founcer Alan Doyle's 2nd solo album is called SO LET'S GO. 
  • adv $25    door $28
  • FRI APR 29th 7 pm
  • Kathy Mattea Featuring Bill Cooley: The Acoustic Living Room Songs and Stories Tour
    Kathy Mattea & longtime collaborator guitarist Bill Cooley meet as old friends in "The Acoustic Living Room Songs & Stories"
  • adv $35    door $40
  • FRI APR 29th 10 pm
  • Mothers
    Kristine Leschpe fronts this dramatic Athens, Georgia band whose influences include Interpol, Sufjan Stevens, Joanna Newsom, The Microphones, and fellow Athens legends Neutral Milk Hotel
  • adv $10    door $13
  • SUN MAY 1st 7 pm
  • Dan Bern
    Bob Hillman
    Bern has released two dozen albums & contributed to TV & film projects including Walk Hard and Get Him to the Greek.  He delivers once again on his new album Hoody.
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • FRI MAY 6th 10 pm
  • Joseph
    Joseph is a band of 3 sisters from the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Expect honest words and genetically perfected harmonies. All tickets from 4/24 honored. For refunds, call 413-586-8686. 
  • adv $10    door $13
  • SAT MAY 7th 7 pm
  • Melissa Ferrick
    Western Den
    Pride Weekend! Melissa's eopnymous 12th album on her own Right On Records label, is a simple, eloquent, & honest acoustic experience.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SUN MAY 8th 7 pm
  • The Waifs
    Ruby Boots
    Australian trio's new album Beautiful You reveals an easy chemistry, profound depth of songwriting talent, abundant choruses, intoxicating instrumentals, and lush, joyful harmonies.
  • adv $30    door $35
  • THU MAY 12th 7 pm
  • Eilen Jewell Band
    Eilen's latest album, Sundown Over Ghost Town, is rich with cinematic visions, elegant sweet and smoky vocals, and hauntingly autobiographical songs. 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT MAY 21st 7 pm
  • Cash Is King: A Tribute to Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Three
    The Truck Stop Troubadours
    Nobody lived life like Johnny Cash and nobody plays Johnny Cash like “Cash Is King" - an extraordinary re-creation
  • adv $15    door $18
  • TUE MAY 24th 7 pm
  • The Northamptones
    New album release show for Northampton High's celebrated a capella group.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT JUN 11th 7 pm
  • The Legendary Songs of Harry Chapin performed by Satinwood featuring original Chapin Band member Howard Fields
    A special tribute featuring fully arranged renditions of Chapin’s story-songs complete with cello and spot-on vocals.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • FRI JUN 17th 7 pm
  • The Nields 25th Anniversary Celebration
    Celebrating a quarter century making music,The Nields present two nights with a full band, plus there's a new Greatest Hits album on CD and Vinyl! .Night One: 1991-2001 Retrospective
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • SAT JUN 18th 7 pm
  • The Nields 25th Anniversary Celebration
    Celebrating a quarter century making music, The Nields present two nights with a full band, plus there's a new Greatest Hits album on CD and Vinyl! Night Two: 2002-2016 Retrospective
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • SAT JUL 16th 7 pm
  • Chris Smither
    New date. All tickets honored, The New Orleans-raised troubadour marked his 50th year of music-making in 2014
  • adv $28    door $33
  • FRI JUL 22nd 7 pm
  • Mary Fahl (Formerly of The October Project)
    With an expressive and beautiful voice, Mary has a devoted following around the world comparable to those of peers like Loreena McKennitt & Sarah McLachlan. 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT AUG 6th 7 pm
  • Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SUN NOV 6th 7 pm
  • John Gorka
    An Iron Horse fixture from the time when Suzanne Vega, Bill Morrissey, Nanci Griffith, & Shawn Colvin were regulars at the club. John's latest album is Bright Side of Down.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI NOV 25th 7 pm
  • Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters
  • adv $27.50    door $30
  • SAT NOV 26th 7 pm
  • Roomful of Blues
    Few bands swing the blues more exuberantly than Roomful of Blues…boisterous and relentlessly upbeat for 45 years and counting. 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SUN DEC 11th 7 pm
  • David Mallett
    Seminal folk figure David Mallet's career spans four decades & his songs have been performed by Alison Krauss, Pete Seeger, Hal Ketchum, Emmylou Harris, John Denver & even the Muppets.
  • adv $20    door $25

Calvin Theatre Show Schedule

  • WED FEB 24th 8 pm
  • RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles
    This satisfying top notch multi-media show ran on Broadway for 300 shows and predates the popular Broadway show Beatlemania by several years. 
  • $55, $45, $35
  • THU FEB 25th 8 pm
  • Robert Cray Band
    with very special guest Johnny A
    40 years, 20 albums, thousands of shows, 5 Grammys, a suitcase full of W.C. Handy blues awards, and induction into the Blues Hall of Fame. These numbers add up to a glorious night of the blues.
  • 38.50, 28.50
  • FRI FEB 26th 8 pm
  • Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots Concert Spectacular
    Love and Theft
    Bobby is the most popular country music DJ in America broadcasting out of Nashville each morning, airing locally on Kix Country 100.9 FM. His parody comedy band is The Raging Idiots. 
  • $50 VIP, $25
  • SAT FEB 27th 8 pm
  • Gaelic Storm
    Gaelic Storm began as a pub band in Santa Monica, appeared in the blockbuster "Titanic," and has topped the Billboard World Chart five times. Their new album is Matching Sweaters.
  • $36,$26
  • FRI MAR 4th 8 pm
  • An Evening with Warren Haynes and The Ashes & Dust Band
    A member of  three of the greatest live groups in rock history: The Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t Mule & the Dead, his newest solo album is Ashes and Dust
  • $40, $30
  • THU MAR 31st 8 pm
  • David Cross: Making America Great Again!
    Co-creator of the groundbreaking sketch comedy show Mr. Show with Bob & David (with Bob Odenkirk), cast-member of Arrested Development and ready to make the country great again..
  • $45, $35, $25
  • SAT APR 9th 8 pm
  • Esperanza Spalding: Emily's D+Evolution
    Free album download with ticket purchase. Esperanza Spalding's latest album rekindles her alter-ego Emily's childhood interest in theater, poetry & movement. 
  • adv    door 46, 36
  • THU APR 28th 8 pm
  • Boz Scaggs
    From his late 60s stint with the Steve Miller Band to timeless hits like Lido Shuffle & Lowdown, Boz Scaggs has always had a distinct pop groove. and a deft touch as singer and performer.
  • $79.50, $56.50, $46.50
  • FRI MAY 6th 8 pm
  • Foreigner
    Foreigner are truly Juke Box Heroes with dozens of hits including Feels Like The First Time, Urgent, Head Games, Cold as Ice, Hot Blooded, and the worldwide #1 hit I Want To Know What Love Is
  • $75, $65, $55

Mountain Park Schedule

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Pearl Street Show Schedule

  • SAT FEB 13th 8 pm
  • Bruce In The USA: The World's #1 Tribute to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
    "The Greatest Tribute Ever!" Clarence Clemons
  • adv $15    door $18
    Ballroom
  • SUN FEB 14th 8 pm
  • Anderson East
    Andrew Combs
    "His voice is full of gravely soul, easily tackling both piano ballads & foot-stompers with a gospel chorus, a killer range, & heartbreaking lyrics." – ROLLING STONE 
  • adv $13    door $15
    Clubroom
  • THU FEB 18th 8:30 pm
  • Kurt Vile & The Violators
    Xylouris White
    "A boy/man with an old soul voice in the age of digital everything becoming something else. This focused, brilliantly clear & candid record is a breath of fresh air." -Kim Gordon
  • adv $18    door $20
    Ballroom
  • SAT FEB 20th 9 pm
  • Consider The Source
    Outer Stylie
  • adv $10    door $13
    Clubroom
  • SUN FEB 21st 9 pm
  • BoomBox
    Ben Silver (of Orchard Lounge)
    "Bits & Pieces Tour" Special Combo Ticket available for Soul Rebels & BoomBox Shows
  • adv $15    door $18
    Ballroom
  • SUN FEB 21st 8 pm
  • The Soul Rebels Sound System, feat. Talib Kweli
    Masla
    The Soul Rebels expand upon the pop music they loved on the radio and the New Orleans brass band tradition they grew up on blending funk and soul with elements of hip hop, jazz and rock.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
    Clubroom
  • THU FEB 25th 9 pm
  • Turkuaz
    Le Special
    Turkuaz is a funk army of multi-instrumentals and singers that is part freight train and part tyrannosaurus rex, who can blow away a room on the basis of sheer physics alone.  
  • adv $15    door $18
    Ballroom
  • FRI FEB 26th 8:30 pm
  • Max Creek
    Jam pioneers Max Creek's 45 years of musical adventure is woven with a rich repertoire of originals & uniquely interpreted gems, each set a journey for audience & band alike. 
  • adv $15    door $15
    Clubroom
  • FRI MAR 4th 9 pm
  • TAUK
    Mammal Dap
    One of he hottest instrumental prog-fusion quartets out of New York City, Taukl rules the festival circuit and opened the sold out Umphrey’s McGee Red Rocks show last summer.
  • adv $12.50    door $15
    Clubroom
  • SAT MAR 5th 7 pm
  • Make The Rules
    Under Fire, Life on the Sidelines, Fighting Giants, Trophy Wives
    An amazing evening of New England-based rock & roll ranging from EMO to alt to hard rock headlined by Make The Rules who played the 2015 Warped Tour
  • adv $10    door $13
    Clubroom
  • THU MAR 24th 8:30 pm
  • Titus Andronicus
    Craig Finn (of the Hold Steady)
    Titus Andronicus tour behind their epic album The Most Lamentable Tragedy. The Hold Steady's Craig Finn behind his latest solo LP Faith in the Future,
  • adv $18    door $20
    Clubroom
  • SAT MAR 26th 9 pm
  • Bella's Bartok
    Western Mass. folk collective with perfect pop sensibilities combined with a Klezmer influence; a manic Old World-tinged onslaught of sound that’s not like much of anything else.
  • adv $10    door $13
    Clubroom
  • TUE MAR 29th 8 pm
  • Shaman's Harvest
    Failure Anthem
    Presented by Lazer 993
  • adv $9.93    door $13
    Clubroom
  • SAT APR 2nd 8 pm
  • Rising Appalachia
    Led by sisters Leah and Chloe, Rising Appalachia redefines performance using sound as a tool to spark a cultural revolution and birth a new movement of unity and healing.
  • adv $17.50    door $20
    Ballroom
  • TUE APR 5th 8 pm
  • Skizzy Mars
    P-Lo
    Moved from 10/4 & 12/5 all tickets will be valid for the new date.  If you cannot make the new date, contact The Northampton Box Office for a refund 413/586-8686
  • adv $15    door $18
    Clubroom
  • FRI APR 15th 9 pm
  • The Sword
    Royal Thunder
    Austin hard rock quartet the Sword eschews some of the heavier doom metal tendencies of prior outings for a more streamlined, Southern hard rock feel on the new album High Country
  • adv $18    door $20
    Ballroom
  • FRI APR 29th 8:30 pm
  • Tribal Seeds
    Anuhea , E.N Young
    San Diego award-winning roots style reggae group known for their spiritually driven, refreshing rock vibe 
  • adv $15    door $18
    Ballroom
  • SAT APR 30th 8 pm
  • Bob Mould Band
    Ted Leo (SOLO)
    One of the most influential musicians of the alt-rock era, from Husker Du to Sugar.The Bob Mould Band features Jason Narducy on bass & Jon Wurster of Superchunk on drums. 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
    Ballroom

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