There's a lot going on during the first weekend of fall, including a folk festival, a fall festival, a Westival, and more. Here are some highlights.
During the last official weekend of summer, you are invited to enjoy craft beer and fresh oysters, farmland festivals, and three days of film. Get...
A seafood festival and a music festival are among the options for taking one more long sip of summer before the season changes. Here are some of the highlights to consider.
Our top-five weekend events feature quite a range of the arts, including happenings related to books, music, theater, storytelling, visual art, and… UFOs. Check out the full roundup below.
A roundup of Seacoast entertainment for the weekend of Aug. 25.
These are somber times in our nation, but we can unite against the gloom by supporting local arts and causes. Here are some of the most notable events coming up over the weekend.
We at PortsmouthNH.com grant you permission to set aside your digital devices this weekend and enjoy some screen-free entertainment and activities. Here are some of the top options.
The Sound spoke to the duo behind local hip-hop act BugNef to talk about their new EP, the origins of their collaboration, and the state of hip-hop in the Granite State.
It’s midsummer, and outdoor art, outdoor music, outdoor storytelling, and outdoor theater are all on the itinerary this weekend. Learn about some of the highlights here.
With the release of a new album approaching, Portsmouth-based alternative-psych and gypsy-punk band People Like You keeps moving.
Rock opera, disc golf, and clay beasties are among the spoils of summer on the Seacoast. Check out some of this weekend’s highlights below. Jesus...
Reviews of new albums by Seacoast bands Sojoy, Jig and Funk, and Sam Carp
Several events coming up this weekend offer opportunities to have a good time while supporting worthy causes. Here are a few of the highlights.
Portsmouth-based DJ D. Begun blends hip-hop legends Nas and Quasimoto on his mashup album Nasimoto, and it's generating quite a buzz in the hip-hop blogosphere.
Reviews of recent albums by Seacoast bands The Woolly Mammoths, Marvel Prone, and Palanapanache.
The Soggy Po’ Boys’ parade of Big Easy jazz marches on with their new EP, Hang it on the Wall, which they'll unveil with an album release show at 3S Artspace on Friday.
Reviews of new albums by Seacoast bands The Green Bullets, Skee, and Wellfleet.
How a short-lived basement venue left its mark on Durham's music scene.
Reviews of the latest albums by Seacoast acts Guy Capecelatro III, Charles, and Heavy Pockets.
Chelsea Paolini of People Skills and Thomas Forbes of Harsh Armadillo have united to make a therapeutic pop album.
The Prescott Park Arts Festival announced the lineup for its 2017 River House Restaurant Concert Series on Tuesday afternoon. Find out who's coming to the park here.
Dover ska band The Feel Goods' debut album got a boost from Less Than Jake member Roger Lima. The band will play a CD release show in May.
Reviews of the latest albums by Seacoast bands Waco Sparkler, Samuel E. Carpenter, and Slow Coyote.
A conversation with New Hampshire natives John and Marc Beaudette of Flying Vipers, who just released their second tape and have a show in Boston on Friday.
Music writer Austin Sorette shares his reviews of the latest releases from Seacoast bands Lilith, Rick Rude, and Black Lake.