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8+ shows to see this week: Oct. 21-24

Oct 21, 2019

Longtime favorites the Bad Plus and of Montreal return to Ithaca, as several shows are on tap in the coming days that will expand your sonic consciousness.

25 shows to see this weekend: Oct. 18-20

Oct 18, 2019

A bevy of music – jazz, metal, folk and pop to country, hiphop, Americana and rock – is on tap this weekend, not only in Ithaca and Cortland, but all around Central New York.

Lake Street Dive comes to Geneva's Smith Opera House

Oct 16, 2019
Lake Street Dive
Shervin Lainez

Lake Street Dive will wrap up a busy year of touring with a show at the Smith Opera House in Geneva on Saturday, Oct. 19.

7 shows to see this week: Oct. 15-17

Oct 15, 2019

The coming days include a show by 1990s alt-rock favorites Luna at the Haunt, and Ithaca Underground’s Queer Sound series at the Cherry Artspace.

22+ shows to see this weekend: Oct. 11-13

Oct 11, 2019

A busy weekend of shows is highlighted by the return of a Grammy-winning blues legend, a pop-jazz song chanteuse and an Idaho troubadour. Plus, lots of local favorites will be on stage both inside and outdoors throughout the weekend.

12 shows to see this week: Oct. 8-10

Oct 8, 2019

A variety of music – ranging from psychobilly, bluegrass and jazz to reggae, funk and hiphop – is on tap around Ithaca in the coming days. Plus, catch the one-time only screening of the new ZZ Top documentary!

25+ shows to see this weekend: Oct. 4-6

Oct 4, 2019

Celebrate the harvest season with this big batch of shows in and around Ithaca this weekend.

10+ shows to see this week: Sept. 30-Oct. 3

Sep 30, 2019

Say goodbye to September and hello to October with this batch of music-related events – films, book discussions, improv nights and much more.

14 shows to see this weekend: Sept. 27-29

Sep 27, 2019
Exter
Heather Ainsworth

The 37th annual Apple Harvest Festival tops this weekend’s events, but there are a lot of shows to see around Ithaca during the next three days!

Jim Catalano

This weekend, Creeper – the Cortland metal band that gained widespread popularity across upstate New York in the early 1990s – will play their first shows in 25 years: Friday at the Cortland Beer Company and Saturday at Syracuse’s Lost Horizon.

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