Archives: Events

Lyle Divinsky – Night 1

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Lyle Divinsky is one of those unlikely success stories. Raised in Portland, ME, he then cut his teeth underground, playing in the New York City subways for 5 years before his self-released album, Uneven Floors, launched him into ears around the globe – reaching number 2 on the UK Soul Charts within weeks alongside radio

Groove and Brew: Hip-Hop at Banded Brewing (Portland)

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Location: 82 Hanover St, Suite 6, Portland, Maine 04101, US

Learn a choreographed hip-hop dance taught by Groove 207, then stick around after for a beer or non-alcoholic beverage from Banded Brewing Co! **1 beverage included in ticket!** Dance, mingle, & support two local businesses!! *No dance experience required!* Event is located at the Banded Brewing Co. Portland location (82 Hanover St Suite 6, Portland,

The Wolff Sisters & Billy Keane

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

“On their breezy third album [Queendom of Nothing], Rebecca, Rachael, and Kat Wolff — actual sisters, raised just outside the city — live comfily at the crossroads of Americana, roots, and ’60s rock ‘n’ roll, where The Band might meet Brandi Carlile and take her out for a beer.” — The Boston Globe, 2019 The

Damn Tall Buildings

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

“If you like your bluegrass served with a little punch, attitude, grit and gravy, with that busking spirit that was so present and palpable in the early incarnations of Old Crow Medicine Show and made your realize that string band music could be so much more than fuddy-duddy reenactments by crusty ol’ relics, then the

The Portland Jazz Orchestra feat. the South Portland High School Jazz Ensemble

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Your Portland Jazz Orchestra will share the stage with the fabulous South Portland Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of PJO writer/trumpeter Craig Skeffington, on February 16th at One Longfellow Square. The South Portland High School Jazz Ensemble is coming back, after a two-year covid hiatus. Every time SOPO joins PJO, playing a set on PJO’s

Scottish Fiddle Festival: Katie McNally Trio and Ryan McKasson & Colin Cotter

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Katie McNally Trio “Exhilarating musicianship…electrifying…” **** (Songlines) “Brisk and inventive…taking no prisoners.” **** ( The Scotsman) The Katie McNally Trio’s new album Now More Than Ever will finally be performed live after a three-year hiatus in the band’s schedule. Based in Portland, ME and Madison WI, McNally’s solo project synthesizes her elegant and powerful fiddle

Old Port Valentine’s Day Holiday Walking Tour

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Location: Monument Square, Portland, Maine 04043, US

Old Port Valentine’s Holiday Historic Walking Tour LOVE is in the refreshing and salty Old Port air! Explore the Old Port’s rich history and places of interest from 1632 in this 2 1/2 hour exciting walking tour and historical adventure… Every year, since the 1970’s, the “Valentine’s Day Bandit” pins up 8×10 hearts all over

Tricky Britches w/ Caroline Cotter

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

Tricky Britches formed in 2009, when four friends in Portland, Maine, took their fiddle tunes and country songs on the road across the US. Since then they have released three albums of original material: Comin’ in Hot (2016), Good Company (2013), and Hard Fought Day(2011). They have played on stages big and small across the

Moses, the musical: A Black History Month Event

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Location: 21 Myrtle Street, Portland, Maine 04101, US

Joshua Hughes Entertainment Presents Moses, the musical, a John Graves Production to commemorate Black History Month in Maine. 50 African-American performers give meaning to the storyline of Moses through brilliant lighting, singing, and dancing. You’ll laugh, cry, but most of all, celebrate

Alana MacDonald (of Devonsquare)

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Location: 181 State St., Portland, Maine 04101, US

A member of the late “Devonsquare” for over 30 years, Alana MacDonald, singer, songwriter, and violinist has continued to write and perform at venues such as Stone Mountain Art Center, The Farm Stand, The Flying Monkey and Johnson Hall, to name a few. Devonsquare toured with Peter Frampton & Melanie, also opening for Bonnie Raitt,