The Best Concert Experience in New England
Music is in our name and in our DNA. We bring you the best concerts, from legends to stars and soon-to-be stars. Whether the concert is in our 900-seat Historic Theater or in our intimate, contemporary Lounge that seats just over 100, you’re sure to have an amazing experience.
Juanito Pascual Trio
With a sound that blends traditional and contemporary flamenco plus Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead, Juanito Pascual is "one of the hottest flamenco guitarists in recent years" (NPR).
The Nashville-based indie pop singer-songwriter displays craftsmanship beyond her years, evident through her use of salient detail, raw emotion, and poignant word choice, and having toured with Jon McLaughlin, Ava Max, and Betty Who.
Another Tequila Sunrise - Eagles Tribute
Another Tequila Sunrise is America’s premier Eagles tribute band, delighting sell-out crowds across the country with a catalog of music that encompasses the classics and deep cuts from the Eagles’ collection.
Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy [Rescheduled]
Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy’s electrifying performances on the fiddles have propelled their dazzling careers since childhood while cementing their status as Canada’s reigning couple of Celtic music.
Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley
The 15-time International Bluegrass Music Association Player of the Year and a Tennessee-born guitar prodigy make for a powerhouse acoustic duo, with white-hot picking and stone country vocals on the rootsier side of Americana.
Taylor O'Donnell [Rescheduled]
Known for her exploratory use of vocal timbre and texture in her musical stylings, Taylor O’Donnell uses her roots in R&B, folk, jazz, rock, and classical music training to communicate her musical dialogue.
Chastity Brown & Sawyer Fredericks
Rootsy singer, Chastity Brown combines gospel and blues with melodic sensibility and honest emotion. Sawyer Fredericks’s honest and elegantly stripped down style has been described as “free range folk.”
Hayley Reardon is a critically acclaimed folk pop artist who masterfully channels her colorful stories through music, capturing even the most subtle nuances of the human experience with a striking clarity.
Simone Porter with Great Bay Philharmonic Orchestra
Simone Porter, violin soloist and Avery Fisher Prize recipient, plays Mendelssohn with the Great Bay Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by music director David Upham.
Graham Nash - Sixty Years of Songs and Stories
The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of both the Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash returns to The Music Hall to celebrate his sixty-year career.
An Evening with John Butler
John Butler is one of Australia’s premier alternative songwriters and storytellers with accolades spanning from #1 charting albums, platinum records, and ARIA Awards across his illustrious career as one of the country’s most successful independent musicians.
Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra Winter Concert
The PSO’s Winter Concert features Beethoven’s beautiful and masterful Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73, “Emperor Concerto,” Jean Sibelius’ powerful Symphony No. 2 and William Grant Still’s emergent Poem for Orchestra.