Mark Your Calendar for These Spring Concerts in Westchester

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

Westchester is a hotbed for 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.

Goose

The Connecticut-based quintet Goose is headed to The Cap for four back-to-back shows. Following the release of their debut album in 2016, the group quickly gained recognition and a fan following. They make groovy experimental rock music and to date have released four studio albums. The third, Dripfield, climbed its way to number two on the Billboard’s “Top New Artist Albums” chart.

Date: April 7-10
Venue:
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Cost: TBD

 

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Ross Lynch & Rocky Lynch present The Driver Era: Live on Tour

Industry professional Ross Lynch makes his way to Port Chester this spring alongside his brother Rocky Lynch. The duo’s debut single Preacher Man hit streaming platforms six years ago, and they have since gained over 450 million song streams and 31 million followers across their social media. The brothers released their album THE DRIVER ERA in 2022 and are currently on tour performing upbeat summer playlist-worthy tunes across the East Coast.

Date: April 26
Venue:
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Cost:
$35-$75

 

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The Jayhawks

This nearly four-decade-old band has an incredible resume complete with 11 albums, a handful of memorable live shows, and an extensive discography. The Jayhawks music is 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: May 5
Venue:
Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown
Cost:
$44-$64

 

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Jake Blount

The artist Jake Blount fell in love with the banjo during a performance at an Ethiopian restaurant about a decade ago. It was love at first sight, and the now 28-year-old singer and songwriter hasn’t looked back since. He explores the folk traditions of Black and Indigenous Americans through the banjo, fiddle, singing, and entertaining the audience. Blount is based in Providence, RI and is an award-winning interpreter of Black folk music. His presence is a true gift for anyone who attends this spring concert.

Date: May 11
Venue:
Caramoor, Bedford Hills
Cost:
$40-$77

 

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Laurie Berkner: The Greatest Hits Solo Tour

There’s no need to call up the babysitter for this spring concert because Laurie Berkner makes tunes for kids! The New York Times called her “The Adele of the preschool crowd.” Now, let your children be the judge of that. Berkner is a bestselling, award-winning children’s recording artist and releases her albums under her own label. She has also been featured on Nick Jr. on Jack’s Big Music Show and on NBCUniversal’s Universal Kids channel. For this show, one dollar will be added to each ticket to support the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater.

Date: May 19
Venue:
The Paramount Theater, Peekskill
Cost:
$44-$64

Chris Mann: From Gershwin to Gaga

Calling all Broadway lovers! Chris Mann is a singer and songwriter from Kansas who earned fourth place during the second season of The Voice. The viral comedian is making his way to Mamaroneck this June to celebrate the best of jazz, pop, parody, and Broadway with Tony Bennett’s songbook. Mann has shared the stage with a few Broadway legends and Tony Award winners including Norm Lewis, Heather Headley, Lea Michelle, and more. This intimate, acoustic spring concert is a can’t-miss.

Date: June 1
Venue:
Emelin Theater, Mamaroneck
Cost: 
$47-$57

 

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Our Westchester Home Builders Awards take place on April 4!

Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Forum is March 14!

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Our Best of Westchester Elimination Ballot is open through March 6!

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