Show Calendar

Jazz events

  • Door: $25 cash only at door
    Adv: $22.50 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $3 at counter)
    Stick Men Prog Noir Chapter 4 Tour: King Crimson's Tony Levin, Pat Mastellotto, Markus Reuter
    Tue, August 22 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Mind-blowing progressive rock trio: bassist Tony Levin (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel), drummer Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson, Mr. Mister), guitarist Markus Reuter (The Crimson ProjeKt).
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Samirah Evans and Her Handsome Devils Celebrate New Orleans.
    Fri, August 25 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Samirah, pianist Miro Sprague, bassist Marty Jaffe, drummer Conor Meehan and saxophonist Michael Zsoldos are known for house-rocking, extemporaneous, take-no-prisoners performances.
  • Door: $13 cash only at door
    Adv: $10 service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    The Mary Jane Jones
    The Ali McGuirk Trio
    Fri, September 29 at 10pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
  • Door: $35 cash only at door
    Adv: $32.50 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $3.25 counter)
    Brand X
    Wed, October 11 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Legendary Jazz-Rock-Fusion band BRAND X helped create an entire musical genre and influenced a broad spectrum of musicians and bands, from Phish to Dream Theatre.
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Wanda Sings Ella: The Wanda Houston Band Celebrates 100 Years of Ella Fitzgerald, Juke Joint Jazz: A Night of Miles, Monk, Bird & 'Trane
    Sun, October 29 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Wanda Houston celebrates the late Ella Fitzgerald's 100th birthday, breathing new life into musical arrangements she performed with Count Basie, Duke Ellington & other jazz greats.
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Turkuaz
    The Suffers
    Thur, November 09 at 9pm • Pearl Street Ballroom
    Turkuaz is a 9-piece power funk army hailing from Brooklyn, NY whose modern twist on the classic sound has placed them at the forefront of a new funk revolution.
  • Adv or Door:
    $35.00 & $25.00 (plus $7 service & $2 facility fee)
    Kamasi Washington
    Sat, November 18 at 8pm • Calvin Theater
    In a millennium largely absent of anything new in jazz, Washington unleashes a musical hydra grounded in respect and intimate knowledge of the past and striking far out into a hopeful future.
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 9am-6pm Sun 12pm-5pm)
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