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Our revitalized, nightclub-style space at 131 Congress Street features high-quality programming, bar & small bites, and a great view from every seat!

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Comedy
Happy Hour Comedy: Featuring Amy Tee • 2/23
A (happy) hour of comedy for all, featuring local talent.

Literary
Matthew Delmont with Half American • 2/28
The definitive history of World War II from the African American perspective.

Music
Adrienne Mack-Davis • 3/1
This classically trained soul/hip hop artist infuses R&B melodies with dance and positivity.

Comedy
Jimmy Cash • 3/2
Jimmy Cash is now making a name for himself all over New England and beyond.

Music
Hayley Reardon & Judit Neddermann • 3/9
Hayley Reardon returns to The Lounge with award-winning composer and singer Judit Neddermann.

Comedy
Peter Antoniou • 3/10
America’s Got Talent Peter Antoniou’s mind reading skills have astounded audiences around the globe.

Music
Scott Kirby • 3/16
A modern-day troubadour, Kirby wears many hats as a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and storyteller.

Literary
Owen King with The Curator • 3/22
 From the New York Times bestselling author comes a Dickensian fantasy of illusion and charm.

Comedy
Michael Palascak • 3/23
This Los Angeles-based comedian has amassed over one million views on Youtube.

Music
Tinsley Ellis • 3/27
Folk Blues artist, Tinsley Ellis, plays his first solo acoustic album, Naked Truth.

Music
The Sea The Sea • 4/2
Upstate New York based indie folk-pop duo, Chuck E. Costa and Mira Costa.

Literary
Don Winslow with City in Ruins • 4/3
New York Times bestselling author Don Winslow’s final book of his extraordinary career.

Comedy
TTTom Clark Presents: The Four Seasons of C.L. Thomas • 4/5
TTTom’s C.L. Thomas blends witty Maine characters he encountered since his childhood.

Music
Catie Curtis • 4/6
Catie Curtis pulls the walls down between performer and crowd.

Talks
Opera Connection: The Barber of Seville • 4/7
Dennis Neil Kleinman talks through the story and characters, digs into the music, and shows clips.

Music
Cousin Curtiss • 4/11
The dynamic performer returns to The Lounge with his bluegrass blends and fiery sound.

Music
Ordinary Elephant • 4/13
This award-winning duo captivates audiences with their emotionally powerful and vulnerable songs.

Music
Paul Hodes & The Blue Buddha Band • 4/19
The band’s original sound fuses retro-rock, folk, and roots into a powerful blend.

Music
Dwayne Haggins • 4/20
With Dwayne Haggins, every performance is a mission of discovery – of self and of song.

Comedy
Cam Bertrand • 4/21
A writer for MTV’s hit show Wild’N’Out, Bertrand is a rising name in comedy.

Music
Sam Robbins • 4/26
Portsmouth born and raised Sam Robbins is often described as an “old soul singer-songwriter.”

Music
Heather Maloney • 4/27
Tremulous folk, existential ballads, and assertive rock make up Heather Maloney’s new sound.

Comedy
Todd Barry • 4/28
A seasoned comic and actor with four one-hour comedy specials and a polished resume.

Music
Martyn Joseph • 5/8
Completely unique, the singer-songwriter brings his powerful sound back to The Lounge.

Comedy
Gianmarco Soresi – The Leaning In Tour • 5/9
The New York-based comedian blends upbeat candor with dark comedic beats.

Music
17th Annual PMAC Jazz Night • 5/11
The faculty of the PMAC Jazz Institute are back for their seventeenth annual Jazz Night concert!

Music
Bandits On the Run • 5/12
From NYC subways to NPR debuts, this Brooklyn-based trio makes musical mischief in the folk storytelling scene.

Music
Chris Trapper • 5/16
Chris Trapper is a modern day acoustic troubadour with a knack for melody.

Music
Three Second Chances  • 5/17
American Idol meets Queer Eye, featuring local untapped talent with 40-plus flair.

Comedy
Brian Glowacki • 5/19
Brian is one of the nation’s premier emerging talents, known for his sharp observations.

Comedy
Nick Callas • 5/24
NYC-based stand-up comic returns with his unique passion of storytelling, hip-hop, and pop culture flare.

Music
Bitter Pill • 5/26
Bitter Pill is a tight-knit family band with an anachronistic twist of folk, blues, rockabilly, and country.

Music
Muse: A Salute to Divas! • 6/7
Muse: A Salute to Divas! Celebrating powerhouse female artists we all know and love.

Literary
Ann Leary in Conversation with Laura Zigman • 6/13
The NYT bestselling author and lifelong people pleaser shares her humorous essay collection.

Comedy
Pat McGann • 6/21 & 6/22
With quick wit and relatable material, Pat McGann is a quickly rising star in comedy.

Literary
J. Courtney Sullivan • 7/23
A novel of family, secrets, ghosts, and homecoming set on the seaside cliffs of Maine.

 

Our revitalized, nightclub-style space at 131 Congress Street features high-quality programming, bar & small bites, and a great view from every seat!

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