The Winter Concerts to Bookmark in Westchester County

These Westchester venues have a handful of concerts lined up this season. You might want to add a ticket to your holiday wish list!

With the holidays in full swing and the new year right around the corner, there’s so much to look forward to around the 914. How about adding a night full of live music and dancing to your list of winter festivities? Here’s a preview of upcoming concerts in Westchester.

Jessica Lynn – A Very Merry Country Christmas

Jessica Lynn’s A Very Merry Country Christmas has shaped into a New York holiday tradition over the years. With a full multimedia presentation including dancers, marching bands, choirs, and special effects, it’s no surprise that this show won a Best of Westchester award. The performance features traditional holiday songs, beautiful visuals, and a visit from Mr. Claus himself. Plus, the organizers will be raising money and collecting toys for Toys for Tots.

Date: December 16 & 17
Venue:
Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, Peekskill
Price:
$32-$42

 

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Darlene Love

Darlene Love is a Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer best known for her hits “He’s a Rebel,” “(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry,” and “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” Dubbed one of the greatest singers of all time by Rolling Stone magazine, this holiday performance is one you won’t want to miss.

Date: December 17
Venue:
Tarrytown Music Hall
Price:
$58-$78

 

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Dark Star Orchestra

If you have no plans for New Year’s Eve, here is an idea! Stop by The Capitol Theatre to catch this Grateful Dead live concert experience. The orchestra performs a unique set list for each show that’s based off the Grateful Dead’s 30-year discography. Dark Star Orchestra is said to incapsulate the sound and energy of the Grateful Dead, which it displays during its sold-out performances all over the country, Europe, and the Caribbean.

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Date: December 30 & 31
Venue:
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Price:
$35-$79

 

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Rick Springfield & Richard Marx

Rick Springfield has 17 U.S Top 40 hits and is a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician who’s sold 25 million albums. With songs including “Jessie’s Girl,” “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” “Love Somebody,” and “An Affair of the Heart,” this show full of ’80s pop is a must-see. Richard Marx, a recording artist and songwriter, will perform alongside Springfield. Marx recently released his album “Songwriter,” which features a collection of 20 genre-crossing tracks.

Date: January 21
Venue:
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Price:
$59.50-$125

 

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Big Head Todd and the Monsters

This Colorado quartet comprised of Todd Park Mohr, Brian Nevin, Rob Squires, and Jeremy Lawton has over 3,500 performances under its belt. The rock band claims that the friendships formed in the crowds are one of its biggest accomplishments.

Date: February 10
Venue:
Tarrytown Music Hall
Price:
$51-$81

Naturally 7

The acapella group Naturally 7 goes above and beyond traditional acapella performances. During concerts, the members completely transform their voices into human instruments and use an impressive range. The group creates music across different genres. Naturally 7 has shared the stage with music icons such as Coldplay, Stevie Wonder, and Diana Ross. You can expect picks from its latest project, “20/20,” which celebrates its 20th anniversary.

Date: February 16
Venue:
Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, Peekskill
Price:
$35-$49

Portugal. The Man

This Portland-based band gained ample recognition in 2017 after releasing its eighth studio album, Woodstock. The song “Feel It Still” was the band’s first Billboard Hot 100 entry, peaking at number four. Portugal. The Man is an American rock band whose passion for both music and activism runs deep. It launched PTM Foundation in 2020, which focuses on universal issues including human rights, community health, and the environment. The foundation has a focus on causes impacting Indigenous people, including Alaska Native health, tying back to the members’ Alaskan roots. The band has performed over 1,600 shows.

Date: February 18
Venue:
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester
Price:
$49.50-$99.50

 

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Ivalas Quartet

The Ivalas quartet is made up of violinists Reuben Kebede and Tiani Butts, violist Marcus Stevenson, and cellist Pedro Sánchez. The group has been changing the face of classical music as it focuses on celebrating BIPOC voices. The quartet was formed back in 2017 at the University of Michigan. This is one of Westchester’s seasonal concerts that you won’t want to miss.

Date: February 25
Venue:
Caramoor, Katonah
Price:
$30-$42

 

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