Mark Your Calendar for These Spring Concerts in Westchester

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From classic rock to classical sounds, Westchester County has something for every music lover on its spring concert lineup.

Westchester is a hotbed of live music and hosts famous venues like The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester and The Tarrytown Music Hall, where classic artists take the stage. Here are some of the most interesting shows happening across the county this spring.

The Disco Biscuits

The Disco Biscuits broke out of Philadelphia in the mid-’90s and have delivered hits like Portal to an Empty Head and Home Again to their fans ever since. The quartet has bridged the gap between electronic music and jam bands. The audience will be in for a treat with this techno crew.

Date: March 23-25
Where: The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Cost: Starting at $40

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The Wailers

The iconic Wailers are bringing reggae and their unique sound to Peekskill this spring. The stage will be holding legends, children-of-legends, and other gifted musicians. Since 1981, “Familyman” vowed that he would hold the band together and keep Bob Marley alive through maintaining the quality of music. The band’s 2020 album, One World, marked their return to the studio, as it was their first album in 25 years. They will play a special set featuring incredible cuts from Bob’s back catalogue.

Date: April 15
Where: The Paramount Theater, Peekskill
Cost: Starting at $40

The Jayhawks

This nearly four-decade-old band has an incredible resume filled with 11 albums, a handful of memorable live shows, and an extensive discography. The Jayhawks are a blend of country, folk, and bar band rock. In their time as a band, they toured the world, released groundbreaking albums, and dropped Xoxo, their most recent project, in 2020. You won’t want to miss out on both their classic tunes and recent hits.

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Date: April 28
Where: Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown
Cost: Starting at $25

 

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Almost Queen

Almost Queen is said to deliver one of the most authentic Queen tributes shows this country has seen. The duplicate quartet delivers an energetic live performance that captures the precision and harmonies that Queen itself once executed. Philadelphia Freedom, a tribute to Elton John, will take the stage before Almost Queen at this spring concert.

Date: April 29
Where: The Capitol Theater, Port Chester
Cost: Starting at $30

 

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Yasmin Williams

Yasmin Williams is an acoustic fingerstyle guitarist based in Virginia. She uses various guitar techniques to execute an unorthodox, modern style of playing. Her debut album released in May of 2018, just months after her graduation from NYU with a BM in music theory and composition. She has been recognized by the New York Times, which notes that her “radiant sound and adventitious origins have made her a key figure in a diverse dawn for the solo guitar.”

Date: May 12
Where: Caramoor, Bedford Hills
Cost: Starting at $40

 

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The Lone Bellow

This Southern trio delivers folk-like music while dipping into the rock scene. Their most recent album, Love Songs for Losers, was recorded at the former home of the legendary Roy Orbison. The 11-track project transcends its listeners into an intimate and catchy world where love is the main act. And after 10 years together, the band is still making music and touring around the country. Their spring concert is one you won’t want to miss in Westchester.

Date: May 12
Where: Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown
Cost: Starting at $33

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