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Jan 28, 2020

Brasshouse band set for Ithaca return on Jan. 29

8 shows to see this week: Jan. 28-30

Jan 28, 2020

Close out January with these shows in venues around Ithaca. Plus, Ithaca Sounding 2020, a new multiday festival and symposium, kicks off Thursday at Cornell University!

19+ shows to see this weekend: Jan. 24-26

Jan 24, 2020

A guitar virtuoso returns for a concert and workshop, a local band drops two new songs, and two electronic duos join forces for the first time – all that and more are on tap for the weekend in area venues!

8 shows to see this week: Jan. 20-23

Jan 20, 2020

Greensky Bluegrass makes their return to Ithaca and reggae legend Half Pint comes to the Haunt as we move into the third week of January. 

15+ shows to see this weekend: Jan. 17-19

Jan 17, 2020

Winter may have returned for the weekend, but there are a bunch of cool shows happening in the coming days to help warm your spirits. Phish's Mike Gordon plays the State Theatre Friday, British punk legends the Adicts come to the Haunt on Saturday, and many top local bands will be performing at various venues around town.

9 shows to see this week: Jan. 14-16

Jan 13, 2020

We hit January’s midpoint with a bunch of fun shows in Ithaca and Cortland that range from funk and jazz to blues and experimental.

14+ shows to see this weekend: Jan. 10-12

Jan 10, 2020

Top acoustic musicians will show their stuff at the Winter Village Music Camp, a bass master visits Auburn, and a just-announced rave will raise funds for endangered Australian wildlife. Learn more in our latest roundup of cool shows around Central New York!

11 shows to see in January

Jan 3, 2020

The New Year is finally here, and there’s no better way to get 2020 off to a strong start than with some live music. Here’s a look at some big shows coming to Central New York in the coming month.

5+ shows to see this weekend: Jan. 3-5

Jan 3, 2020

Get the new year off to good start with some live music, include several happy hour shows, an album release concert, and the return of the annual Ithaca Musicians Office Party!

Jim Catalano

The Central New York hiphop scene has been increasingly active in the past year, with local artists releasing new singles and albums, creating new collaborations, and organizing shows around the region. Case in point: Cortland-based rapper Corey Loveless, who dropped his latest album, “Sunsets Over Burning Cities,” on Dec. 20, and who will play a release show at Ithaca’s Sacred Root Kava Bar and Tea Lounge on Jan. 4.