Sunday, May 24, 7 pm (doors open 6 pm)

“[His singing] feels otherworldly, like he’s some kind of mythical prophet, bellowing mind-blowing truths that we should savor and keep.” – No Depression

Singer-songwriter Sean Rowe’s songs reflect a longing for connectedness. Spending a year at an outdoor survival school provided the impetus for the songs on his acclaimed album Magic, while the music on his fifth and latest album New Lore has evolved into an electrifying combination of folk, bluesy rock, and pop.

$25 ($20 members); kids 12 and under free. Reserve online or call 413.443.0188.

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Saturday, June 27, 7 pm (doors open at 6 pm)

Straight from Nashville, singer-songwriter Meaghan Farrell knows how to tell a story. From her first LP, Waitress—filled with songs about her life as a newly sober, broken-hearted waitress in a busy New York City restaurant—to her latest EP, Long Shot, Farrell shares her passion, struggles, and laughter in her melodic musings. With co-writers like Jimmy Fortune (Statler Brothers), Ariel Lask, and Andy Mac, and produced by Dave Bechtel (Nick Howard, Buddy Brown), Long Shot is proof that Farrell is here to stay.

$25 ($20 members); reserve online or call 413.443.0188

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Saturday, July 25, 7 pm (gates open at 6)

“Veteran savvy, but with a newcomers’ kinetic energy.” – No Depression

You can feel it. These wildly talented Western Massachusetts musicians are hitting new peaks in their creativity, and the music world is taking note. “A reminder of how good love and life can be,” Rolling Stone gushed in naming “Don’t Cross My Land” one of the 10 Best Americana Songs to Hear Now. Come celebrate our 60th anniversary and rich Pittsfield heritage with a charismatic band that’s making waves with a high-energy blend of soul, folk, rock, gospel, R&B, and brilliant songwriting. With a driving passion for Americana, rock, and roots music, these hometown favorites are at their best on a big outdoor stage—at a quintessential summer concert on the lawn with cows grazing next to a famous round stone barn.

Grounds open at 6 pm; bring a lawn chair or blanket. Food and drink available for sale. Ticketholders receive free museum admission the day after the show.

$25 advance/$35 day of show; $12 kids 12 & under

VIP TICKETS $100; includes a private acoustic performance with the band before the show, priority seating and parking, a whiskey tasting with band members, signed poster, and more.

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Friday, August 14, 7 pm (doors open 6 pm)

“Songs that feel as lovingly hand-crafted as the jeans on the back of After the Gold Rush” – Rolling Stone

Troubadour rocker Johnny Irion has earned a reputation as one of the most exciting artists across the folk-rock spectrum. He has performed and collaborated with icons Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, The Jayhawks, Wilco, and his wife, Sarah Lee Guthrie. In 2019 his song “Hard Working People” was featured on Amazon’s Fresh Folk & Americana Playlist.

$25 ($20 members); reserve online or call 413.443.0188

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