Show Calendar

Indie Rock events

  • Door: $13 cash only at door
    Adv: $10 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Court Etiquette
    Nomad vs. Settler
    Sat, September 02 at 10pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
  • Door: $15 cash only at door
    Adv: $13 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Diet Cig
    Ratboys, SpaceKase
    Mon, September 11 at 8:30pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Diet Cig are here to tear you away from the soul-sucking sanctity of your dumpster-fire life and replace it with pop-blessed punk jams about navigating the impending doom of adulthood.
  • Door: $35 cash only at door
    Adv: $32.50 + fee ($5 web/phone $3.25 at counter)
    Matthew Sweet
    Tommy Keene
    Wed, September 13 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Matthew Sweet continues to carry the torch for the exquisite power pop sound defined by bands like the Beatles, Big Star, R.E.M., Teenage Fanclub, and others.
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Jukebox The Ghost
    Secret Weapons
    Sat, September 16 at 8pm • Pearl Street Clubroom
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Ben Sollee & Kentucky Native
    Tue, September 26 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Genre-bending Kentucky cellist. "Appalachian Strains With a Bach Twist" - New York Times. 
  • Door: $25 cash only at door
    Adv: $20 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $3 at counter)
    Trevor Hall
    East Forest
    Fri, September 29 at 7pm • Pearl Street Ballroom
    Trevor Hall’s eclectic mix of acoustic rock, reggae and Sanskrit chanting – echo with the names and teachings of divinities with a refreshingly universal message. 
  • Door: $20 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    COIN
    joan
    Fri, September 29 at 8:30pm • Pearl Street Clubroom
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Frankie Cosmos
    Ian Sweet, Nice Try
    Wed, October 04 at 8:30pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Originally the solo project of prolific New York City-based songwriter Greta Kline, Frankie Cosmos has blossomed into a four-piece band and recently signed to Sub Pop Records.
  • Door: $18 cash only at door
    Adv: $15 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    The Districts
    Thur, October 12 at 8:30pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Philly indie quartet The Districts just released a stunning third album, Popular Manipulations, and has us wondering why people don't make great indie rock like this anymore.  
  • Adv or Door:
    $45.00 & $35.00 (plus $7 service & $2 facility fee)
    The Psychedelic Furs
    with very special guest Bash & Pop
    Fri, October 13 at 8pm • Calvin Theater
    One of the most riveting musical forces of the '80s with hits like Love My Way, Pretty In Pink, Heaven, The Ghost In You, and Heartbreak Beat
  • Door: $13 cash only at door
    Adv: $10 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Strange Machines, Swimmer
    Fri, October 13 at 10pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
  • Door: $13 cash only at door
    Adv: $10 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Humble Digs, Sunshine Brothers Inc.
    Sat, October 14 at 10pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
  • Door: $20 cash only at door
    Adv: $18 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Kyle Kinane
    Sun, October 15 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    Comedian Kyle Kinane is all over Comedy Central doing stand-up as well as voices on shows like Adventure Time, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, & Bob's Burgers.
  • Adv or Door:
    $36.00 & $26.00 (plus $7 service & $2 facility fee)
    The Mountain Goats
    Mothers
    Wed, November 08 at 8pm • Calvin Theater
    The endlessly clever and prolific John Darnielle's new concept album from the Mountain Goats is titled Goths, and his new novel is called Universal Harvester.
  • 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:
    $45.00 & $35.00 (plus $7 service & $2 facility fee)
    Iron & Wine
    John Moreland
    Sun, November 12 at 8pm • Calvin Theater
    South Carolina-born Sam Beam's roots in the visual arts (film studies scholar & painter) signpost the refined & somber storytelling that he weaves throughout his music. 
  • Door: $20 cash only at door
    Adv: $17.50 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Wax Tailor: Solo Set & Guests Charlotte Savary & Mattic
    Dirty Art Club
    Wed, November 15 at 8pm • Pearl Street Clubroom
    Wax Tailor is one of the leading voices of the instrumental hip-hop and downtempo scenes with a unique musical blend of Hip-Hop, Soul and Funk enhanced by a sense of cinematic storytelling.
  • Door: $20 cash only at door
    Adv: $18 + service fee ($5 web/phone, $2 at counter)
    Rory Scovel: Unrelated Tour
    Wed, November 29 at 7pm • Iron Horse Music Hall
    "....the funniest set I have seen all year: a whirligig of characters and jokes, leaving the sleepy audience exhausted from laughter." -The New York Times
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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