SEPT. 10-26

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

“White Rabbit Red Rabbit” is an absurdist adventure that sits on the boundary of comedy and drama. The script itself is unknowable. Actors and audiences alike are encouraged not to talk about it at all. To this day, there is virtually nothing online about its content. It’s not being coy to say we can’t describe the plot; it’s a requirement of the license.

Hatbox Theatre,  Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.,  Sundays at 2 p.m.


SEPT. 17

Blue Light Rain

Blue Light Rain is a high energy celebration of the music of the Grateful Dead. Brought together in 2008 by Rob Farquhar(bass/vocals), and Andy Laliotis (guitar/vocals) for a one off gig on Jerry Garcia’s birthday, they’ve continued to perform together for the past 12 years.

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

SEPT. 19

John Hiatt and  the Jerry Douglas Band

In the midst of a global pandemic, John Hiatt walked into Historic RCA Studio B and opened up a lifetime full of leftover feelings. Those songs will be available on his new album “Leftover Feelings.” A half-century ago, Hiatt lived in a ratty, $15-a-week room on Nashville’s 16th Avenue, less than a mile away from the RCA and Columbia studios that were the heartbeat of what had come to be known as “Music Row.” In the ensuing 50 years, he went from a scuffling young buck to a celebrated grand master of song.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Sunday at 7 p.m.

SEPT. 19


Kimayo is a folk-pop artist, performing in New England since 2019. Her authentic and personal songs depict a humanity that is relatable and comforting. She is creating music that merges adult contemporary with singer/ songwriter.

Fletcher-Murphy Park (rain location Bank of NH Stage), Sunday at 3 p.m.

SEPT. 24


Hear Stout Irish Rock, traditional Irish music mixed with rock n’ roll, informed by everything from Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley to Thin Lizzy and Black Sabbath. Blaggards are guitarist/vocalist Patrick Devlin, bassist/vocalist Chad Smalley, and drummer Eric C. Hughes.

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

SEPT. 24


Eaglemania has evolved into a nationally touring tribute to The Eagles, performing to sold out audiences everywhere they go. Their music appeals to a wide variety of age groups, and the combination of heartfelt ballads, rock anthems laden with guitar harmonies, and the unmistakable sound of vocal harmonies as only the Eagles can do, has propelled the band for the past 40-plus years, positioning them as one of the most successful and popular bands in music history.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Friday at 8 p.m.

SEPT. 26

An Evening with  David Sedaris

With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America’s preeminent humor writers.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Sunday at 7 p.m.

OCT. 1-10

Greater Tuna

The long-running off-Broadway hit features two actors creating the entire population of Tuna in a tour de farce of quick-change artistry, changing costumes and characterizations faster than a jack rabbit runs from a coyote. Two actors, twenty characters, and a barrel of laughs, y’all.

Hatbox Theatre, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.

OCT. 1

GA-20 / JD Simo

Feeling a void in current music, the trio of GA-20 have set out to write, record and perform a modern  version of this beloved art form. JD Simo melds classic electric blues, the power of heralded British trios like Cream and the expansive sonic explorations of jazz and even The Grateful Dead into a vintage vibe that blurs the lines between genre and generations.

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 2

Lotus Land

With the true set up and sound of the Canadian power trio, Lotus Land delivers the thrill that people expect when they see RUSH in  concert.

Bank of NH Stage, Saturday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 2

Bruce in the USA

Much more than just another  tribute, Bruce In The USA is a high-energy, note-perfect, and visually accurate musical experience of a Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band show.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre

OCT. 3


Tracie Bennett, Janie Dee and Imelda Staunton play the magnificent Follies in this dazzling production. Featuring a cast of 37 and an orchestra of 21, Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical was directed by Dominic Cooke and filmed live on stage at the National Theatre in 2017.

Bank of NH Stage, Sunday at 12:55 p.m.

OCT. 6

William Ogmundson

William Ögmundson is an award-winning and EMMY-nominated composer, a lyricist, and a classically-trained solo pianist.   For the Walker audience, he will play his “Americana” concert including Gottschalk, Sousa, Joplin, and Gershwin.

Concord City Auditorium, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

OCT. 10

Capital Jazz Orchestra: Here’s to Sinatra

The acclaimed Capital Jazz Orchestra will enlarge its personnel to include a full string section to accurately present the original arrangements of Sinatra’s recorded music.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Sunday at 4 p.m.

OCT. 15-24

American Son

A Florida police station in the middle of the night. Two parents searching for answers. Estranged couple Kendra and Scott must confront their feelings about their disparate histories and backgrounds after their son is detained by the local police following a traffic stop. “American Son” is a gripping tale about who we are as a nation, and how we deal with family, love, loss and identity.

Hatbox Theatre, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.


OCT. 15-17

Barefoot in the Park

It’s the 1960’s, and newlywed lovebirds Corie and Paul behold their first home – a tiny 5th floor walk-up in a crumbling Manhattan brownstone. Corie, a free-spirited optimist, is excited by its possibilities. Paul, an uptight young lawyer, sees only its flaws – like the hole in the skylight and leaky closet. When Corie’s straight-laced mother makes an unannounced visit, Corie arranges a blind date for her with their quirky, bohemian neighbor. Chaos and comedy ensue because while opposites may attract, adjustments may be needed to keep them together! 

Concord City Auditorium, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.


OCT. 15

The Mallett  Brothers Band

The Mallett Brothers Band is an independent rock and roll / Americana / country band from Maine. Their busy tour schedule since forming in 2009 has helped them to build a dedicated fanbase across the U.S. and beyond while still calling the state of Maine their home. With a style that ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, theirs is a musical melting pot that’s influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition as by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds.

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 15

Ben Folds

Ben Folds is widely regarded as one of the major music influencers of a generation. He’s created an enormous body of genre-bending music that includes pop albums with Ben Folds Five, multiple solo albums, and numerous collaborative records.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Friday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 16

Brooklyn Charmers

Brooklyn Charmers is a Steely Dan tribute band comprised of some of Chicago’s top players. With masterful precision and obsessive dedication to the music, Brooklyn Charmers injects a new energy into the beloved catalogue; bridging the gap between new and lifelong fans alike.

Bank of NH Stage,  Saturday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 17

Cyrano de Bergerac

James McAvoy (“X-Men,” “Atonement”) returns to the stage in an inventive adaptation by National Theatre Live of Cyrano de Bergerac, captured in 2020 from the West End in London.

Bank of NH Stage, Sunday at 12:55 p.m.

OCT. 20

ABBA: The concert

Many critics consider ABBA The Concert to be the most amazing and authentic ABBA tribute show in the world. Come dance, sing and have the time of your life.

Capitol Center for the Arts, Chubb Theatre, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

OCT. 21

Patty Griffin &  Gregory Alan Isakov

These two profound American voices are celebrating their first live, in-person performances since early 2020.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Thursday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 22

Start Making Sense

If David Byrne is one of the geniuses of modern times, then Start Making Sense is a nod to genius with a 7-10 piece Talking Heads Tribute.

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 22

Piff the Magic Dragon

After earning national acclaim as the standout star of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us”, Piff The Magic Dragon continues to win over audiences across the globe with his mythical mixture of wizardry, wit and sarcasm that ignites a one-of-a-kind comedy magic show you have to see to believe.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Friday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 23

Almost Queen

The most authentic Queen live show since the days of Queen themselves. A deliberate four piece band, Almost Queen delivers a live performance showcasing signature four part harmonies and intricate musical interludes.

Capitol Center for the Arts, Saturday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 24

Daniel Sloss: Hubris

Daniel Sloss is an internationally acclaimed and award-winning Scottish comedian. (Age 16 and up.)

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.

OCT. 27

Marlin Darrah presents Southern England

Join Marlin Darrah – the world’s most traveled filmmaker – to see Southern England’s diverse cultural, historical, and scenic sites:  Southampton, the White Cliffs of Dover, Canterbury Cathedral, the Cotswolds, Stonehenge, Cambridge and Oxford, Big Ben, and the Parliament Buildings; Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, and more. 

Concord City Auditorium, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

OCT. 29-NOV.7


Welcome to the Finger & Wood Recovery and Rehabilitation Clinic, dedicated to serving the physical, spiritual, and mental health of those unfortunate individuals who have lost their super powers. The facility is on high alert. There is a highly reliable threat leveled against the clinic, reducing the staff to a minimum of four highly trained professionals. It is likely that the threat is aimed at one of the residents; Nemi, formerly the human avatar of Nemesis, the God of Vengeance and Retribution; The Agent, who used his invisibility powers to steal for the highest bidder; or the mysterious new client due to arrive at any moment. Tension is high, nerves are on edge, and the food just isn’t as good as usual.

Hatbox Theatre,  Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.


OCT. 29

Bad Bad Habits

Bad Bad Hats are an indie rock trio from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Known for bringing a joyful, exuberant presence to their live shows, touring with The Beths, Margaret Glaspy, The Front Bottoms, Hippo Campus, and Third Eye Blind, the group took specific care to bring their fun-loving spirit to their third LP, “Walkman.”

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

OCT. 31

Friends! Musical Parody

The comedic musical that lovingly pokes fun at TV’s “Friends,” celebrating the adventures of your favorite group of 20-something friends as they navigate the pitfalls of work, life, and love in 1990s Manhattan.

Capitol Center for the Arts,  Chubb Theatre, Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

NOV. 3

Old Time Piano Concert with Adam Swanson

Adam Swanson is one of the world’s foremost performers of vintage American popular music, including ragtime, early jazz, the Great American Songbook, and more. He holds a bachelor’s in classical piano and a master’s in musicology from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. Although he is only twenty-seven years old, Adam has been a featured performer and lecturer at ragtime and jazz festivals across the United States, and he is the only four-time winner of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest.

Concord City Auditorium,  Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.


NOV. 5

I Am Kawehi

Kawehi is a new breed of musician, a one-woman-band from Lawrence, Kansas who uses technology to carry the weight of a full band on her own.

Bank of NH Stage, Friday at 8 p.m.

NOV. 5-6

Bob Marley

Bob loves being a comedian. He’s wicked good at it! He lives in Maine, which is the best state in the world maybe even the universe.

Capitol Center for the Arts, Chubb Theatre, Friday at 6 and 8:30 p.m. and Saturday at 6 and 8:30 p.m.

Nov. 12-21


On the day after the World Trade Center attacks, a conflicted Boston couple proceed with their plan to host a birthday party for their two year old daughter, but the fragile veneer of normalcy is shattered as the enormity of the tragedy awakens the guests to their own helplessness, anger, internal resentments, and shocking beliefs.

Hatbox Theatre, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.