PIONEER VALLEY EVENTS
“George’s birthday was a bit nebulous. For most of his life and career, George thought his birthday was February 25, 1943. (Hundreds of Beatle’s book state this date.) But near the end of his life, George changed his story and said his actual birthday was February 24, 1943. A family document revealed that he was actually born at 11:50 PM on the 24th.”
The Alchemystics return to Arch Street Tavern! Come warm up with us by getting down~ high-fives and hugs are a must! SixFoxWhiskey will be kicking off the night!
85 Arch St, Hartford, CT 06103. $10, $12 DOS, 21+, Doors at 8!
The Alchemystics blend reggae, politically infused hip-hop, gritty soul, hard-driving rock, and pulsing Jamaican, Cuban and Trinidadian rhythms into a distinctive, original sound. The result is modern-day roots music with global appeal – an alchemy of ancient musical traditions; intricate, intelligent wordplay; deep, driving rhythms; irresistible hooks; and old-school vocal harmonies.
The night kicks off with a beautiful solo set by Philip Price (Winterpills) then The Fawns and Gentle Hen will trade off sets in one of our favorite spots. Come have some dinner and gaze out over the lake to see if Ashley, the lake’s monster pokes her head through the moonlit ice.
The Electric Eyes
Pony in the Pancake (Albany)
Monkeys of a Bygone Era (Boston)
8pm on the button
tip your bartender
Come for the rock, stay for the dance party!
Stemming from the town of Reading PA, high-energy rock/jam trio Flux Capacitor has emerged on the national level through years of touring the US, Canada and U.K. and playing distinguished sets at Bonnaroo, Peach Festival, Domefest, Wormtown, Werk-Out West, and lots more. This band of brothers consistently inspire and evoke a new and wildly addicting sound resonating with elements of rock, improvisation and electronica. Flux has shared the stage with Papadosio, Lotus, Dopapod, Twiddle, The Werks and there is no end in sight.
Flux has three full length albums, a live album and three singles available with their 4th studio album set to be released in late 2017. Their bond, being brothers allows them a connectedness that is rarely seen and brings a higher level of intuition to their improv game. Flux is a dedicated family group that has seen nothing but growth, giving killer performances and creating ecstatic dance parties at every show. Don’t miss out on one of the best shows touring today.
RIft – A Tribute to Phish will perform two full sets at
Pacific Standard Tavern.
9pm (after the adult puppet slam)
Tickets are $10 or $15 for music AND the puppet slam.
This is presented as part of our Winter Festival!
-The Greys began as a jazz influenced indie rock vocal/bass duo between friends Chris Merritt and Cait Simpson. In the past year they have released their first EP, performed at their favorite music festival, and developed into a four piece band with keys player Mara Penatzer and drummer Josh Daniel. They are currently working on their first full length album.
(Garage Rock ft. Members of Lux Deluxe, Sun Parade, and The Snaz)
Gabe’s album was recorded entirely by him in his Easthampton home and will be released in April of this year.
Kate Lorenz & the Constellations CD release show with support from Kid Wolf
Kate Lorenz & the Constellations | 10 PM – 11:05 PM
Kid Wolf | 11:30 PM – 1 AM
Due to the weather we are rescheduling our Monthly Pancake Breakfast for next Sunday, February 25th 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience and we hope you join us next week.
Our Monthly Pancake Breakfast are every 3rd Sunday of the month and take place in our VFW Post 754 Hall.
Help spread the word to Veterans, Family, Friends, Neighbors, Classmates and Co-Workers.
Pancakes, Eggs (made to order), Bacon, Sausage, Fruits, Orange Juice, Milk, Coffee and Donuts.
$20 for Families of 4
$8 for Adults
$5 for Senior Citizens
$4 for Children under 12 years old
Free fro Children under 2 years old
You can buy your tickets online through Event Brite or at the door.
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Find us on Facebook at: www.Facebook.com/AmherstVFW
You can visit our Official Website at: www.vfw754.org
Each February for the past 26 years the Valley’s best local talent have gathered together at our communities’ most beloved theater for their favorite variety showcase- The Really Big Show. Over the course of its lifetime, the Really Big Show has taken on the form of famous night-time TV programs such as the Ed Sullivan Show and the Gong Show. This year it’s time to switch things up again and the Northampton Arts Council is pleased to say “Live from Northampton, it’s Sunday Afternoon!”