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)
  • FRI MAY 6th 7 pm
  • Casey Abrams (of Postmodern Jukebox)
    Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Casey Abrams proves he is here to stay with his eponymous debut album on Concord Records.
  • Special VIP Meet & Greet Available
  • FRI MAY 6th 10 pm
  • Joseph
    Liza Anne
    Joseph is a band of 3 sisters from the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Expect honest words and genetically perfected harmonies. 
  • 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
  • SAT MAY 7th 10 pm
  • Sugar Biscuit - The It Show: 3rd Annual QUEER Dirtypop Throwdown Finale of PRIDE w/ DJ's LeFox & Afropanther
    Prizes for the best walk off/dance off at midnight, so bring your fiercest attire and dance moves!!!
  • adv $10    door $10
  • 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
  • TUE MAY 10th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • 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
  • FRI MAY 13th 7 pm
  • Vance Gilbert
    Lisa Martin
    An integral part of the New England folk scene, Gilbert's sophisticated melodies & harmonies attest to his jazz roots and storyteller's craft. 
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT MAY 14th 7 pm
  • James Montgomery Band
    When blues legend James Montgomery plays the harmonica, he "brings it on home". Whether it's recording with Kid Rock, sitting in with Gregg Allman, or fronting his hot band of thirty years
  • adv $15    door $18
  • TUE MAY 17th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • THU MAY 19th 7 pm
  • Kiefer Sutherland
    Austin Plaine
    Actor Kiefer Sutherland is also a talented musician who's just finished a fantastic Americana album due out this summer. 
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI MAY 20th 7 pm
  • Brandy Clark
    Clark is known as a top-tier country songsmith penning hits for Miranda Lambert &  others. Girl Next Door is the first single off of her second album Big Day in a Small Town.
  • adv $20    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
  • TUE MAY 24th 10 pm
  • Latin Night Hosted by DJ Alexavier & DJ Chico
  • adv    door No Cover
  • THU MAY 26th 7 pm
  • The Strawbs (Electric)
    Strawbs will play Hero & Heroine, named one of the 50 greatest prog rock albums of all time by Rolling Stone, in its entirety followed by a set of Strawbs faves
  • adv $25    door $30
  • FRI MAY 27th 7 pm
  • Danny Wood (of New Kids on The Block)
    When he's not on the road with NKOTB, Danny Wood's central passion is songwriting and recording his own music is as passionate and heartfelt as he is
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT MAY 28th 7 pm
  • The Eva Cappelli Band with Special Guests Jami D, Wildcat O'Halloran, and Doug Pi.
    The Eva Cappelli Band has become one of the top Valley draws. playing a lively mix of blues, folk, country, rock, torch songs,  latin/tex-mex, and a wide range of other styles. 
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SUN MAY 29th 7 pm
  • Allman, Neville, Pitchell, Charles, & King Celebrate The Allman Brothers, Ray Charles & B.B. King

    The music of the Allman Brothers, B.B. KIng, Ray Charles and other classics from a band comprised partially of these legends' gifted offspring 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SUN MAY 29th 9:30 pm
  • Allman, Neville, Pitchell, Charles, & King Celebrate The Allman Brothers, Ray Charles & B.B. King

    The music of the Allman Brothers, B.B. KIng, Ray Charles and other classics from a band comprised partially of these legends' gifted offspring 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • WED JUN 1st 7 pm
  • Della Mae
    Boston quintet Della Mae's bluegrass draws from a well of influences to create vibrantly original music that conveys their expansive musical vision 
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • THU JUN 2nd 7 pm
  • Damien Jurado & The Heavy Light
    Ben Abraham
    Providing the ideal entry point for neophytes and an intoxicating aural high for the faithful, Damien's new opus Visions of Us On The Land  completes a recent trilogy of superb albums. 
  • adv $18    door $20
  • FRI JUN 3rd 7 pm
  • John Eddie & His Dirty Ol' Band
    Jamie Walker (from the Swinging Steaks) and the Def Teens feat. Paul Kochanski and J.J. O'Connell
    Successfully making the crossover from rock to country, John Eddie's latest album "Same Old Brand New Me" finds one of Jersey's favorite sons sounding as great as ever
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • SAT JUN 4th 7 pm
  • Greg Abate: A Tribute to Phil Woods
    Juke Joint Jazz
    Jazz on the Quarters, Album Release Party for Greg Abate & Phil Woods "Kindred Spirits"
  • adv $18    door $20
  • TUE JUN 7th 7 pm
  • KING
    Dream-pop R&B trio KING's buzz has been fueled by supporters Prince, Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae, & Questlove and a GRAMMY for their collaboration with Robert Glasper
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • THU JUN 9th 7 pm
  • Valerie June
    Anthony D 'Amato
    Valerie's voice percolates somewhere between Dolly Parton & Billie Holiday, blending rural roots, country, rock, and blues into a music all her own.
  • adv $17.50    door $20
  • 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
  • SUN JUN 12th 7 pm
  • Joan Osborne
    Acoustic Duo show featuring Keith Cotton. Joan is known for "(What If God Was)One of Us,” the film "Standing in the Shadows of Motown," her stint with The Dead & more..
  • adv 38.50`    door $40
  • THU JUN 16th 7 pm
  • Kat Wright and the Indomitable Soul Band
    This 8-piece powerhouse fronted by Vermont's new soul grande dame Kat Wright radiates a soulful power, captivating audiences.
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • FRI JUN 17th 7 pm
  • The Nields 25th Anniversary Celebration
    Ben Demerath
    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
    Kalliope Jones
    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
  • SUN JUN 19th 7 pm
  • Solstice Roadshow: A Night with The Stray Birds
    Evie Ladin Band
    Raised on a steady diet of the Carter Family and Bill Monroe; The Beatles and The Band, this Lancaster PA trio's new Yep Roc album Best Medicine is garnering rave reveiws 
  • adv $15    door $18
  • THU JUN 23rd 7 pm
  • Adam Ezra Group
    The Adam Ezra Group has graduated from the local Boston scene to the national level with a momentum that is catapulting them towards being one of the country’s most talked about bands.
  • adv $12.50    door $15
  • FRI JUN 24th 7 pm
  • Shemekia Copeland
    "Fiercely expressive Copeland delivers gale force singing & power with a unique, gutsy style, vibrant emotional palette, & intuitive grasp of the music." - NPR 
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT JUN 25th 7 pm
  • Johnny A
     "Devotion to melodies, tight dynamics and succulent tones perfectly temper Johnny's balance of fire and ice."  -Guitar World
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SUN JUN 26th 7 pm
  • Sarah Jarosz
    The Brother Brothers
    "One of acoustic music's most promising young talents with the taste and poise to strike that rare balance of commercial and critical success." - NY Times
  • adv $27.50    door $30
  • TUE JUN 28th 7 pm
    Oakland quartet seethes with teenage angst and is driven by the powerful drumming of Joey Armstrong, son of Green Day's Billie Joe.   
  • adv $12    door $14
  • WED JUN 29th 7 pm
  • Peter Asher & Albert Lee
    Peter Asher of Peter & Gordon & guitarist Albert Lee talk about their many intersections at crucial moments in music history & play songs by The Everly Bros, Buddy Holly & more.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • FRI JUL 8th 7 pm
  • Matt Schofield
    British Guitar Virtuoso Matt Schofield is widely regarded as one of the most distinctive and innovative guitarists to have emerged on the world scene for several generations.
  • adv $15    door $20
  • SAT JUL 9th 7 pm
  • AfterFab: The Beatles Solo Years
    AfterFab brings the brilliant solo careers of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr to life performing the classic songs of the post-Beatles the way you remember them.
  • adv $16    door $20
  • THU JUL 14th 7 pm
  • Shawn Mullins
    Shawn's 1998 album Souls Core shot him to fame via the #1 hit “Lullaby” & his new album My Stupid Heart finds the Atlanta native as dynamic a songsmith as ever
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI JUL 15th 7 pm
  • Quinn Sullivan
    Since the age of 7, Quinn has shared stages with his mentor Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Joe Bonamassa, & B.B. King. Just 17, the guitar prodigy is already working on his third album.
  • 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
  • TUE JUL 19th 7 pm
  • Tinsley Ellis
    "Non-stop gigging has sharpened Tinsley's six-string to a razor’s edge. His feral blues guitar dazzles, rivalling early Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton.” - Rolling Stone
  • adv $15    door $20
  • THU JUL 21st 7 pm
  • Miracle Legion
    Fronted by Mark Mulcahy, one of the most underrated indie bands of the 80s reunites to tour & reissues their final album 'Portrait Of A Damaged Family' for Record Store Day 
  • adv $20    door $22
  • FRI JUL 22nd 7 pm
  • Mary Fahl (Formerly of The October Project)
    Gregory Douglass
    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
  • FRI JUL 29th 7 pm
  • A Muscle Shoals Revue with The Amy Black Band
    Boston singer/songwriter Amy Black's Alabama roots show through in this soulful celebration of some of the incredible music that came out of Muscle Shoals, Alabama in the 1960s and 70s.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT AUG 6th 7 pm
  • Seldom Scene
    Legendary D.C. area bluegrass band that has played a significant role in popularizing the genre for over 40 years.
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • THU AUG 18th 7 pm
  • Rich Robinson Band
    “Rich Robinson brings back not only roots-rock accessibility, but the complexity and originality that transformed the Black Crowes into a band that mattered.” ~ Paste Magazine.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT AUG 20th 7 pm
  • Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez
    The Reprobate Blues Band
  • adv $15    door $18
  • FRI AUG 26th 7 pm
  • Albert Cummings
    “a barrage of guitar pyrotechnics that calls to mind a grand mix of the styles of past masters like Albert King, Freddie King, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmie Hendrix. – Bluesprint Magazine
  • adv $17    door $20
  • MON AUG 29th 7 pm
  • Guitar Legend Dick Dale
    Dick Dale invented surf music in the 1950s and was given the title "King of the Surf Guitar" by his fellow surfers whom he surfed with from sun-up to sun-down. 
  • adv $35    door $40
  • TUE AUG 30th 7 pm
  • Gad Elmaleh
    The Seinfeld of France in an all-English, small-club date before he heads out on a nationwide US Tour dubbed Oh My Gad. 
  • adv $25    door $30
  • FRI SEP 9th 7 pm
  • Lori McKenna
    "Poignant and profound poetry. Lori has an uncanny ability to paint stories of the human condition in a way that reminds us all that we are not alone." -Keith Urban
  • adv $25    door $30
  • WED SEP 14th 7 pm
  • Mike Peters (of The Alarm)
    Limited number of VIP Meet & Greet tickets available.
  • adv $20    door $25
  • FRI SEP 23rd 7 pm
  • Janeane Garofalo
    Actor, comedian, & lightning rod for controversy, Janeane's informed opinions & unflinching honesty inspire laughs and strike a chord with the left, right and center.
  • adv $35    door $40
  • FRI SEP 23rd 9:30 pm
  • Janeane Garofalo
    Actor, comedian, & lightning rod for controversy, Janeane's informed opinions & unflinching honesty inspire laughs and strike a chord with the left, right and center.
  • adv $35    door $40
  • WED SEP 28th 7 pm
  • The High Kings
    Dublin's immesely popular High Kings are a traditional folk group who are among a wave of modern acts bringing classic Celtic songs into the 21st century.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • WED SEP 28th 9:30 pm
  • The High Kings
    Dublin's immesely popular High Kings are a traditional folk group who are among a wave of modern acts bringing classic Celtic songs into the 21st century.
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SUN OCT 2nd 7 pm
  • Small Parade
    Nicole Blum & Peter Michaels are musicians amd songwriters when they aren't working and raising families. A new EP to follow their full length Breathe is out soon.
  • adv $10    door $13
  • MON OCT 3rd 7 pm
  • Sara Watkins
    Singer & fiddler for bluegrass-folk hybrid Nickel Creek, Watkins takes the spotlight with her agile playing and "the kind of voice that gives your goose bumps the shivers." -BBC
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • THU OCT 6th 7 pm
  • Midge Ure of Ultravox - Full Band
    Eddie Japan
    A true English renaissace man, singer for Ultravox ('Vienna,' 'Reap The Wild Wind') and Visage, co-producer of Band Aid and Live Aid with Bob Geldof
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT OCT 8th 7 pm
  • The THE BAND Band Tribute to Bob Dylan & The Band
    A Special Celebration and Tribute to The Band and their long-time collaborator and mentor, Bob Dylan, on the year of his 75th Birthday
  • adv $20    door $25
  • SAT OCT 15th 7 pm
  • Martin Barre (of Jethro Tull)
    Long-time Jethro Tull guitarist and his band give fans the chance to hear Tull songs not performed in years with a few surprises along the way.
  • adv $30    door $35
  • SUN NOV 6th 7 pm
  • John Gorka
    Lisa Martin
    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
  • THU NOV 10th 7 pm
  • Griffin House
    A Nashville-based musician with a Midwestern upbringing, Griffin House spikes his pop/rock songwriting with a dose of rootsy, atmospheric Americana. 
  • adv $18    door $20
  • SUN NOV 20th 7 pm
  • The Bad Plus
    The Bad Plus embrace sonic adventure without selfish avant-gardism; three exceptional musicians working in perfect sync, breaking rules and crossing boundaries.
  • 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
  • FRI DEC 9th 7 pm
  • 1964: The #1 Beatles Tribute Show in the World!
    1964:The Tribute plays an electrifying & intimate small club show at the Iron Horse in the spirit of the Beatles' seminal years at Liverpool's Cavern Club!
  • adv $40    door $45
  • 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
  • SAT DEC 17th 7 pm
  • The Commander Cody Band
    Stewart James & The Memphis Flyers
  • adv $15    door $20
  • FRI JAN 6th 7 pm
  • Livingston Taylor
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • SAT JAN 7th 7 pm
  • Livingston Taylor
  • adv $22.50    door $25
  • FRI JAN 13th 7 pm
  • Cheryl Wheeler
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT JAN 14th 7 pm
  • Cheryl Wheeler
  • adv $25    door $30
  • FRI FEB 24th 7 pm
  • The Fred Eaglesmith Traveling Steam Show
    Iron Horse 38th Anniversary Shows!
  • adv $25    door $30
  • SAT FEB 25th 7 pm
  • The Fred Eaglesmith Traveling Steam Show
    Iron Horse 38th Anniversary Shows!
  • adv $25    door $30
  • FRI MAR 17th 7 pm
  • Big Bad Bollocks
    Annual St. Patrick's Day Show!
  • adv $12.50    door $15

Calvin Theatre Show Schedule

  • 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
  • THU MAY 12th 8 pm
  • WGBY Presents: The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
    The Boxcar Lilies with special guest Jim Henry
    50 Years of Dirt Anniversary Tour! 
  • $49.50, $39.50
  • SAT MAY 21st 8 pm
  • AndersonPonty Band
    The legendary Jon Anderson (Yes) & Jean-Luc Ponty (Zappa, Return to Forever) revisit their music with new arrangements & virtuosic performances...and it soars.
  • $69.50, $49.50, $39.50, Additional VIP options $225, $165
  • SUN MAY 22nd 3 pm
  • KIDZ BOP Kids: Life of the Party 2016 Tour
     $50 Gold Circle Ticket Includes Meet & Greet with the Kids
  • $50, $35, $25
  • SAT JUN 11th 8 pm
  • Mary Chapin Carpenter
    Rose Cousins
    Carpenter's latest The Things That We Are Made Of out in May captures the spirit of her early successes & reaffirms that she remains one of the most sentient songwriters of her generation.
  • $48.50, $38.50, $28.50
  • TUE JUN 21st 8 pm
  • Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
    Troy 'Trombone Shorty' Andrews has prodigious talent, charisma, & a relentless drive to bridge music's past and future, like James Brown mixed with The Meters & Neville Brothers
  • $36.50, $26.50
  • SAT JUL 16th 8 pm
  • Colvin & Earle: An Evening With Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle
    Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle met at the Iron Horse 30 years ago beginning a beautiful friendship. Their new album Colvin & Earle is a perfect pairing of two masters.
  • $55, $39.50
  • TUE SEP 20th 8 pm
  • Explosions In The Sky
    The new album The Wilderness is an aggressively modern and forward-thinking work that wouldn't be out of place on a shelf between Pink Floyd's Meddle & Obscured By Clouds
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • FRI SEP 30th 8 pm
  • Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience
    Whether you idolized the Jackson 5, fell in love to Human Nature, or learned to moonwalk to Billie Jean, Who’s Bad is THE ULTIMATE music-and-dance driven Michael Jackson homage. 
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • THU NOV 10th 8 pm
  • Lewis Black
    The Emperor's New Clothes: The Naked Truth Tour
  • $59.50, $49.50
  • FRI NOV 18th 8 pm
  • Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone
    Peter Noone's iconic hits include 'I’m Into Something Good,'  'Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter,' & 'I’m Henry VIII, I Am'
  • $75.00 (w/ Meet & Greet), $55.00, $45.00. $35.00
  • SAT DEC 10th 8 pm
  • 1964: The #1 Beatles Tribute Show in the World!
    Since the early 80's, 1964: The Tribute has been thrilling audiences all over the globe with what Rolling Stone Magazine has called the Best Beatles Tribute on Earth 
  • $50.00, $35.00, $25.00

Mountain Park Schedule

  • SAT AUG 6th 5 pm
  • Get The Led Out - The American Led Zeppelin
    Live at the Fillmore: The Definitive Tribute to the Original Allman Brothers Band, AfterFab: The Beatles Solo Years
    The absolute best Zep tribute band performs the album versions of their peerless catalog. Live At The Fillmore capture the spirit and musical majesty of classic era Allman Brothers Band
  • $35.00, $25.00
  • SAT AUG 20th 3 pm
  • George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic
    A full afternoon & evening of music with more acts to be announced cumninating with The Godfather of Funk and his legions in an outdoor concert that will be the dance party of the summer! 
  • $30

Pearl Street Show Schedule

  • SAT MAY 21st 8:30 pm
  • Twin Peaks
    Ne-Hi, Jimmy Whispers
    Down in Heaven Tour. New album out May 13th from this Chicago indie-foursome 
  • adv $12    door $14
  • FRI JUN 17th 7 pm
  • Polar Planet
    Make The Rules, Fighting Giants, The Classic Kids
  • adv $10    door $13
  • MON JUN 27th 8 pm
  • We Were Promised Jetpacks
    Prism Tats
    Half bracing post-punk and half tuneful indie pop, Glasgow's We Were Promised Jetpacks have moved from simple song structures and clean guitars to a more ambitious, anthemic approach.
  • adv $15    door $18
  • SAT SEP 10th 8:30 pm
  • Mac Sabbath
    Clownvis Presley
    An LA foursome of rockers who dress up as McCharacters and perform covers of Black Sabbath songs with burgerized-lyrics. Drive-thru metal anyone?
  • adv $15    door $18
  • MON SEP 19th 7 pm
  • The Proclaimers
    Jenny O.
    Scottish duo Craig & Charlie Reid's 'I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)' introduced them to the world & their strong melodies & brotherly harmonies are backed by full band.
  • adv $25    door $30

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