“Proving that great music still exists even as new traditions are being forged.”
- Portsmouth Herald
"More influential than ever." - New York Times
"Seemingly impossible harmonies with flawless grace." - New Yorker
The internationally celebrated bestselling author comes to town with his first novel for adults in seven years, a "wonder tale" about the way we live now.
Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, activist, and independent entrepreneur, Ani DiFranco has been setting her own pace—and encouraging countless admirers to do the same—for more than 20 years. Opening for Ani will be Music Hall favorites, Mike + Ruthy.
One part 60s girl group, one part endearing alternative Americana, and one part hyper-stylized indie-rock, Lucius is “the missing link between Arcade Fire and Haim,” according to The Guardian.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire - The Music Hall continues its tradition of offering a variety of outstanding cinema this month, all being shown at either the splendidly restored Historic Theater on Chestnut Street or at the chic Loft on Congress Street, both acclaimed for their architectural design.
The Music Hall, dubbed “the beating cultural heart of the New Hampshire Seacoast,” is showing its heart on Saturday, Aug. 1, when it opens its doors to the public, challenging them to fill every seat in the Historic Theater with a bag of food for The Seacoast Family Food Pantry during the first-ever “Fill The Hall Food Drive.”
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