Our roundup of weekend entertainment on the Seacoast includes food, art, music, and celebration — and not all of it is tied to the holidays.
For the next three weeks, Seacoast entertainment will be dominated by the holidays. Don’t fight it; just pour some rum in your eggnog and ease into the festive spirit. Here are some ways to enjoy the season.
Events coming up around the Seacoast this weekend include theater, storytelling, live music, a food discussion, and more. Check out some of the highlights.
Local music writer Austin Sorette reviews the latest releases from Seacoast bands Cold Engines, Groove Lounge, and Green Bastard.
The Hush Hush Sweet Harlot reunion show will offer a stellar lineup of Seacoast acts, introduce audiences to WSCA’s new stage, and benefit a local couple.
Reviews of recent CDs by New Hampshire bands Badfellows, Order of Thieves, and Two Days From Monday.
The devilish mayhem of Halloween is over, but there is still plenty of fun to be had this first weekend of November. Here are some highlights from around the Seacoast.
Halloween is Monday, and trick-or-treating in most communities is this weekend. But there are, in fact, some non-Halloween events coming up that are worthy of mention too. Here are some highlights.
Reviews of the latest albums from local acts Jim Rioux, Notches, and Von Berwick.
The weekend weather forecast looks pretty dreary, but the entertainment forecast is bright and cheery, filled with music, art, and comedy. Check out some of the highlights, including the Black New England Conference.
Reviews of the latest CDs from local bands The Trichomes, Almanac Mountain, and Heavy Pockets.
Bitter Pill, coming soon to The Players' Ring, brings the songs of Billy Butler to life with music, cirque, burlesque, puppetry, and more. We talked to the mad men behind the show.
The weekend is mere hours away. You can make it. And when you do, you’ll have numerous options for entertainment, including great music, theater, and art events. Here’s a roundup of highlights.
N.H. native Justin Connor wrote, directed, produced, scored, and stars in The Golden Age, a mock-rockumentary premiering at the New Hampshire Film Festival in Portsmouth.
Violinist Jason Anick of the Rhythm Future Quartet was so impressed by the inaugural Django by the Sea festival in Kittery last year that he moved to the Seacoast. With Django by the Sea returning, Anick talks about the gypsy genre.
A motorcycle show, a punk-rock show, a cabaret show. Artwork and apples. These are among the diverse options for entertainment coming up this weekend. Prepare your itinerary now.
The first weekend of fall brings options for live music, theater, food, and more to the Seacoast. Here's our weekly roundup of entertainment highlights coming to a venue near you.
It’s going to be a big weekend on the Seacoast. Among the highlights are a film festival, a music and art fest, an exhibition with 60-plus artists, a new show at the Rep, and a 10-year anniversary shindig for Portsmouth Public Library.
Portsmouth is hosting the kick-off event for the nationwide Concert Across America to End Gun Violence. The Sound invited several of the performers in the show to explain why they are participating, and how the power of music can help effect change.
As usual, the Seacoast boasts numerous options for live music, theater, visual arts, food, and more this weekend. Here are a few of the highlights.
Labor Day Weekend is expected to bring a record number of visitors to New Hampshire. But there are enough cool events happening for everyone to have a good time. Here are some of the most notable upcoming happenings.
Birdseye Lounge, a 200-plus capacity music and entertainment venue in downtown Portsmouth, will close in early September, the venue announced Monday.
It’s the last weekend of August, and as usual, there are plenty of music, theater, and art events coming up around the Seacoast. Here’s a handful of the highlights taking place between now and Sunday.
The Rochester Performance & Arts Center will house a live performance space, art gallery, recording studios, classrooms, rehearsal space, and more, all in the heart of downtown Rochester.
Brothers Joe, Bill, and Taylor Kenny believe in the power of nature. The Stratham natives' debut album, “Walk in the Woods,” promotes an outdoor, carefree lifestyle channeled through relaxed, ’70s-inspired rock melodies and jammy guitar solos.