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Tonight at Taverne On The Square: It's The Conniption Fits!

CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE - Coming tonight to Claremont's Taverne on the Square, its the high energy rockers The Conniption Fits! This modern rock trio has had songs on MTV, ESPN’s X-Games, CBS’s Vans Triple Crown as well as national radio, and have been tapped as an opening act for Kings Of Leon, Train, Weezer, Panic at the Disco, The Wallflowers, Young The Giant, Kongos, and more.

Coming to the Mole Hill Theatre on Saturday: Baba Ray and The Youngest Sun

ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE - Coming to the Mole Hill Theatre on Saturday, December 2, it's the funk, jazz and blues sounds of BabaRay! Opening the show will be the jam-rock vibes of The Youngest Sun.

Upcoming Movie Schedule at The Bellows Falls Opera House

BELLOWS FALLS, VERMONT - The Landmark Bellows Falls Opera House not only has by far, the lowest priced movie ticket around - $5 for adults and children - (yes, that is not a type-o) but it also houses the largest indoor movie screen in Southern Vermont and Southwestern New Hampshire... 578 square feet of movie viewing bliss! The theater seats 372 on the main floor and another 181 in the balcony.

Coming to Putney's Next Stage on Friday: A Holiday Celebration With John Whelan, Low Lily & Katie McNally

PUTNEY, VERMONT – Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present The Turning of the Year: A Holiday Celebration with John Whelan, Low Lily & Katie McNally at Putney's Next Stage on Friday, December 1 at 7:30 p.m.

Upcoming Shows at The Flying Monkey: Tom Rush, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Through The Doors & More

PLYMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE - The original Plymouth Theater had been at the heart of the cultural life of historic Plymouth, New Hampshire since it was originally built back in the 1920s. In its prime, the New Plymouth Theater attracted sold out audiences for some of Hollywood’s finest classic cinematic productions, dating back to the era of the silent movie.

Wanna Be A Star? It's Karaoke Night this Friday at The Mole Hill Theatre

ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE - Do you wanna be a star? Well, this is your chance to shine bright, take over the stage and sing your favorites in a completely relaxed, family-friendly and supportive atmosphere! Come out to the Mole Hill this Friday night, December 1, and let it fly!

This is an all ages, "B.Y.O.B. 'n' snacks" event, (no hard liquor) the entertainment starts at 8:00 p.m. and there is a $5 cover at the door.

Tonight at Claremont's Taverne on the Square: The Party Crashers!

CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE - Tonight at Taverne on the Square, it's The Party Crashers! Touted as the Upper Valley and Central Vermont's hottest bands, this five-piece, high energy, multi-generational dance band has been playing the New England music scene for 15 years. From Motown to modern pop, this band will have your party dancing from the first song and will keep them on the dance floor all night.

Prog Legends John Wetton and Geoff Downes' Release "iCon Zero" on CD and Download

The John Wetton/Geoff Downes collaboration, iCon Zero, is a revised presentation of the Wetton/Downes album and is a precursor to their iCon series of albums. It is essentially a collection of tracks mostly recorded in the late 1980s through the time of their brief reformation in 1990.

At the Colonial Theatre: Special One-Night Showing of Talking Heads' Concert Movie "Stop Making Sense"

KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE - Coming to the Colonial Theatre on Saturday, November 25, it's the film that Rolling Stone magazine has called the “greatest concert movie ever,” the award-winning Talking Heads' film Stop Making Sense.

Director Jonathan Demme captures the frantic energy and artsy groove of Talking Heads in this concert movie shot at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in 1983. The band's frontman, David Byrne, first appears on an empty stage, armed with only an acoustic guitar and does a solo "Psycho Killer."

Upcoming Movie Schedule at The Bellows Falls Opera House

BELLOWS FALLS, VERMONT - The Landmark Bellows Falls Opera House not only has by far, the lowest priced movie ticket around - $5 for adults and children - (yes, that is not a type-o) but it also houses the largest indoor movie screen in Southern Vermont and Southwestern New Hampshire... 578 square feet of movie viewing bliss! The theater seats 372 on the main floor and another 181 in the balcony.

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