Saturday, April 21, 2018

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New England Stoner and Doom Fest
Apr 20 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 22 @ 2:00 am

New England Stoner and Doom Fest
4/20 and 4/21 2018 at Altones in Jewett City,CT.
This event is all ages!
2 stages 2 days over 20 of the best stoner and doom bands in the land brought to you by SALT OF THE EARTH RECORDS and SCENE Productions, sponsored in part by Booze Barn, Riff Relevant, Connecticut pro percussion, 313 leggings, Brad Moore (Artist),Evil Empire body jewelry, and The Obelisk.
Backline provided by Project 7:06 Sound Services.

Friday night April 20, 2018

Wasted Theory
Void King
Kings And Liars
When the Deadbolt Breaks

Saturday night April 21, 2018

Demon Eye
Shadow Witch
Buzzard Canyon
Curse the Son
Ghastly Sound
Ol’ Time Moonshine
Denim Panther
Oxblood Forge

*set times will be released at a later date and these lists are in no particular order and subject to change.

Single day tickets $27.50 each NO service fees
Gold Package tickets $60 and includes Pre-fest show on Thursday April 19 at 33 Golden in New London,CT, Both days of fest, NESDF event shirt and cd. NO service fees
Tickets available exclusively at
contact email for band submissions and sponsors/vendors

Saturdoozy- an arts focused kids night out in Northampton @ Studio4
Apr 21 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

We are hoping you will help us spread the word about SATURDOOZY, the fabulous kids event happening in downtown Noho on the 3rd Saturday of every month! This event is great for kids, cheaper than a babysitter, and gives you a free Saturday night! It is also a HUGE support for The School for Contemporary Dance and Thought, and STUDIO4, a new arts center offering an array of work for our community!

Fun, safe, and supervised, SATURDOOZY, welcomes children ages 7 and up, and will feature a DJ, dancing, games, ping-pong, arts and crafts, karaoke, face-painting, pizza, snacks and a movie to top the night! An added plus, parents can also opt for a “VALET SERVICE” – supervised curbside pick-up, so you don’t have to worry about parking!

SATURDOOZY! takes place on the third Saturday of each month beginning on February 17 from 6-10 PM.

Feb 17 | March 17 | April 21| May 19

Admission is $30 ( 6PM – 10 PM )
OR $20 ( 6PM – 8PM)
Additional siblings half price.
Pre registration highly recommended at or at 413- 570- 4491.

Shots Fired / Burden /Years Apart /Marble Mouth /Greyhound @ Shea Theater Arts Center
Apr 21 @ 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Shots Fired / Burden /Years Apart /Marble Mouth /Greyhound @ Shea Theater Arts Center

All Ages

On April 21st at The Shea Theater,
Skell Entertainment Presents:

SHOTS FIRED- Waterbury, CT | Hardcore

Burden – Brockton, MA | Hardcore

Years Apart – Boston, MA | Hardcore

Marble Mouth – Western MA | Belligerence

Greyhound – Western MA | Hardcore

Sponsored by Great Spirits Tattoo, Turn It Up! and Momentum Design

HOPE For FAITH ’18 @ Countryside Pub
Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 22 @ 1:00 am

~Happy Birthday, Faith!~

Suggested donation of $10 at the door… Plus 50/50 drawings, silent auction, potluck dinner and more…

Opening act:
Dubious Monks synchronicity project
Acoustic set:
Coffee J. Roche & Co.
Headline act:
Shedding Zen

Faith Degenhardt was just 17 when she learned she had inherited the juvenile version of an incurable degenerative neurological disorder known as Huntington’s Disease. Despite her Doctor’s expectations that she would never see her 21st Birthday, we are blessed to be hosting the 8th annual ‘Hope for Faith’ , celebrating Faith’s 27th Birthday!
Huntington’s Disease is a little known but heartbreaking genetic disorder. Faith had a fifty/fifty chance of inheriting the Huntington’ gene as the child of a carrier and received the juvenile form. Huntington’s has stolen Faith’s ability to communicate, walk, feed herself, bathe herself and live life in our world. After losing both their parents Faith’s brother Lee became the sole caretaker and provider for Faith. With the love and support of friends, 8 years ago Lee began ‘Hope for Faith’ to give her a special birthday celebration and raise funds to support Faith home health care and create awareness for Huntington’s disease.
Today Faith resides in a 24 hour care facility. Many of Faith’s daily needs are not covered by assistance. Things many of us can take for granted, such as toiletries and hair cuts, are not budgeted in the provided services for this beautiful young lady with little mobility and no ability to support herself. As we celebrate another year with Faith in our world, join us for a night of music, food, and good friends as we come together to help Faith celebrate life and raise funds to provide for Faith another year.

To learn more about Huntington’s Disease go to

What Cheer? Brigade / Landowner at Hawks & Reed @ Hawks and Reed Performing Arts Center
Apr 21 @ 8:30 pm – 11:30 pm

The What Cheer? Brigade is a 20-piece brass band from Providence, RI, USA. They prove that great parties need no electricity. Since 2005, the band has been as likely to appear at community benefits as at all-night parties, playing bars, clubs, streets, libraries, cemeteries, weddings, bus stops, and playgrounds.

Landowner is a band from Western Massachusetts who plays minimalist punk and weak hardcore.

Lilith of the Valley: Mother Earth @ Bishop's Lounge
Apr 21 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 22 @ 12:00 am

Lilith of the Valley – Mother Earth!

For the second in the Lilith of the Valley series, we’re excited to come together to celebrate our Mother Earth on Earth Day weekend. With a desire to honor the tradition of woman musicians and artists of the Pioneer Valley, Nest Productions and PRIA Music Marketing present this special night showcasing some of the Valley’s favorite lady musicians, including performances by The Mary Jane Jones, Old Flame, Lexi Weege and the Wondertwins, and Kimaya Diggs Music. This night is also a chance to celebrate some talented lady artists from the Valley, including Vital Visions Art by Kelly D, Tangible Bliss and Andrea Newland Arts.

Tickets $5 at the door.

Doors at 9 pm – Show at 9:30 pm

Vintage Soul with heavy vocals, guitar, and horns. Featuring Mandy Pachios singing original music and select covers from Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Alabama Shakes, James Brown, Leon Bridges, Aretha Franklin, and Nina Simone.

Old Flame is a machine of resistance. Born in the Amherst, MA, DIY scene, the indie-rock band spins grit and honey-rasp vocals into a psychedelic post-punk nostalgia with an afterglow of raw blues. Old Flame is comprised of Emma Ayres (Emma June), Sam Perry (Dios Trio), Ken Birchall (Eric Culberson band), and Nate Mondschein (The Rooks).

The female performing artist has long been objectified, controlled, censored, restrained. This is what Lexi Weege refuses to be. Her music is passionate, alive, awakened; the narrative of a woman unashamed of her desires and unafraid to seize control. Weege conjures up decadent scenes of the roaring twenties with her stellar voice and jazz-influenced compositions.

With influences spanning many genres, Kimaya Diggs melds the folky acrobatics of Joni Mitchell, the jazz stylings of Ella Fitzgerald, the catchy soul of Lianne LaHavas, and yet has something you can’t quite put your finger on that makes her entirely unique. Her mastery of her voice is the focal point of each performance, and a transfixing experience

Frank Viele at The Rising Bar – APR 21, Cambridge, MA @ The Rising Bar
Apr 21 @ 10:00 pm – Apr 22 @ 1:00 am

Frank Viele debuts at The Rising Bar on Sat. 04/21/18 with acoustic/rock/blues/funk all night long

21+, 10pm

Crafts And Laughs @ Orange Innovation Center
Apr 22 @ 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm

An afternoon and evening of crafting and laughing. Bring whatever you are working on or there will be fabric and machines for your use. Please BYOB and snacks too.

Delawater at GardenFest 2018
Apr 22 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Drink, Draw and Play Games at the Backstage Bar @ Luthier's Co-op
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – Apr 23 @ 12:00 am

Come relax, have a drink and doodle the night away as Max Rudolph brings out colorful cases of markers and gel pens. Take your drawing home or donate it to Max to include in his massive book of drawings which he is attempting to get in the Guinness Book of World Records!
We also have some games if you want to bring some friends for Cards Against Humanity, Pandemic, chess, Apples to Apples, Monopoly and more.
Onge will be on bar, ask for a Lakeside- her special creation with Tanquerey, St Germain, grapefruit juice, OJ and a splash of soda. It tastes like Spring.