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October 28, 2009

"Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens." -- Jimi Hendrix

Lowell Kicks Off "Buy Art.Buy Lowell" Campaign

The Moses Greeley Parker Library's Inaugural Exhibition

Evocations: A Collage Odyssey at Ayer Lofts Gallery
Enterprise Bank's Non-Profit Collaborative
Lincoln-Douglas Debates Explored in "The Rivalry"

Upcoming at the Chelmsford Library

"The Art of Healing" City-wide Events

Chamber Music at Indian Hill Music School

Dinner & a Movie: Rebirth of a Nation

Chemical Dangers and Human Health

Cambodian Art or Product

Andover Chamber Music Presents "Fairy Tales"

The Naughty Readings

Revolving Museum FUN-raiser and Party: Save the Date!

New Exhibit Opens at the NEQM

Beginner Belly Dance at Serendipity Dance Studios

Animal Rescue Network of New England

Calls to Artists

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Lowell Kicks Off "Buy Art.Buy Lowell" Campaign

Interested in purchasing artwork for your home or business? Join us for the Buy Art.Buy Lowell. campaign kick-off and see Lowell's creative economy in action!

Thursday, November 12
Loading Dock Gallery
122 Western Avenue | Lowell

Buying local art can be a fun part of your bottom line. Drop in, network with your peers, and hear about the value of buying local art from satisfied patrons. Pick up a copy of our new Buy Art. Buy Lowell. business guide for purchasing local art. Light refreshments will be served.

jgavin@lowellma.gov or 978-446-7162.
www.cultureiscool.org/BuyArt for more information.

The Moses Greeley Parker Library's Inaugural Exhibition

The M.G. Parker Library, has been host to many things from land auctions to selectman's meetings. This week opens its Inaugural Art Exhibit:

"The Dracut Farm Project" Photographs and Paintings by Lisa Anderson Bisson

The works are a celebration of the beauty of the land, preciousness of the animals and luscious nourishment the farms produce.

Oct. 19 through Nov. 20 during regular library hours with a special Artist and Farmer Party on Nov.14, 2-3:30pm, 28 Arlington St. Dracut.
Stop by for refreshments and bring your family and friends!

Evocations: A Collage Odyssey at Ayer Lofts Gallery

"Constellation" by Sandra Shuman and "The Buddha and the Stairway" by Carol Procter

Sat., Oct. 31 through Sun., Nov, 29
Sat., Oct. 31 Gallery open from 1-4pm
Sun., Nov. 1 Gallery open from 1-5pm
*1st Reception: 3-5pm.

Fri. Nov. 6,13, 20, 27: Gallery open from 6-9pm
Sat. Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28: Gallery open from 1-4pm
Sun. Nov. 8, 15, 22: Gallery open from 1-4pm
Sun. Nov. 29
: Gallery open from 1-5pm
*2nd Reception: 3-5pm.

Ayer Lofts Gallery 172 Middle Street, Lowell. For Directions click here.

To make an appointment for viewing the show outside of these gallery hours
please contact Maureen Chase at

Enterprise Bank's Non-Profit Collaborative

Human Resources 101 for Non-HR Professionals

Members of the Enterprise Bank Human Resources team will facilitate a training session on the following topics:

  • Hiring
  • On boarding (New Employee Orientation and on the Job Training)
  • Performance Management.

There will also be some time for questions and answers.
Thurs. Oct. 29, 8-9:30am
Enterprise Bank Arnold S. Lerner Board Room 3rd Floor 19 Palmer Street

Enterprise Bank's Non-Profit Collaborative seminars are FREE.
To register or for more information, call Andrew Duncan at 978-459-9000, ext. 4582 or Email:
Parking Available at Roy Garage, 100 Market Street. Enterprise Bank will validate your ticket.
Continental breakfast will be provided.

Lincoln-Douglas Debates Explored in "The Rivalry"
UMass Lowell presents FREE performances of the acclaimed Lincoln-Douglas debates play The Rivalry by Norman Corwin

American history is a pageant of significant events that shaped our country-some of which mean as much to us today as they did in their own time. The 1858 debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas represent a dramatic and ongoing dialogue about the American experience. UMass Lowell is proud to be presenting this critically acclaimed play by Norman Corwin based on these historic moments, as the first major cultural event at the new UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center in downtown Lowell.

Kevin Cullen of the Boston Globe called The Rivalry an important piece of history, if only because it reminds us that as much as Lincoln and Douglas were rivals, they were Americans." Corwin "turns history into compelling theater," wrote The New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal described the play as "powerful.

Performances of The Rivalry are scheduled for Thur. Oct. 29 at 10:30am and 7pm at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center, 50 Warren Street.

Admission is free, but reservations are suggested. To reserve seats, contact Barbara_Nolan@uml.edu or call the UMass Lowell Center for Arts & Ideas at 978-934-4450

Upcoming at the Chelmsford Library

Art Exhibits at the Chelmsford Library through the end of October 2009

In the Open Gallery: The paintings of Priti Lathia http://www.chelmsfordlibrary.org/programs/exhibits/priti_lathia.html

In the McCarthy Room Gallery:
Photographs of New England by Bruce Magnuson


The Chelmsford Public Library and the Lowell Poetry Network will be hosting two poetry performances at the Chelmsford Public Library, 25 Boston Road, Chelmsford. The performances are free and open to the public. Jack McCarthy, "Your Stand Up Poetry Guy," known for his story-style poems will perform on Sat. Oct. 31 at 2:30pm.

Poet Tom Daley will take the stage on Sat. Nov. 7 at 2:30pm to present his one-play "Every Broom and Bridget: Emily Dickinson and Her Irish Servants."

Details and poet bios at http://www.chelmsfordlibrary.org/programs/programs/poetry_on_stage.html

"The Art of Healing" City-wide Events

The Art Of Healing is a multi-venue program that spotlights the power of the creative arts to effect connection and healing in the community. These events will touch the lives of all who participate whether as artists, witnesses or viewers.

Art of Healing Schedule of Events in Lowell

Brush Art Gallery & Studios | 256 Market Street
Artist's performance by Deborah Bohnert
The Art of Healing: The Art of Psychotherapists Opening Reception
Sun. Nov. 1, 2-4pm

119 Gallery
True Story Theater Training Workshop.Visit http://www.truestorytheater.org/. Preregistration required. Contact Jean Winslow, jeanwinslow@msn.com.
Sun. Nov. 8, 3:30-6pm

Brush Art Gallery & Studios
Artist's Talk with Shaun McNiff, Dean, Lesley College
Thurs. Nov. 5, 5-7pm

UMass Lowell, O'Leary Library | 61 Wilder Street
Free film screening: "Life. Support. Music" with special guest Jason Crigler
Thurs. Nov. 12, 7pm., UML O'Leary Library, Room 222, South Campus
More information: www.lowellfilmcollaborative.org

Revolving Museum Building | 22 Shattuck Street
Rainbow Dance, performance and workshop. Visit http://www.rainbowdance.org/. Preregistration required. Contact Jean Winslow, jeanwinslow@msn.com
Sat. Nov. 14, 10-12:30pm

Chamber Music at Indian Hill Music School

Members of the Indian Hill Music School faculty and Orchestra of Indian Hill will perform chamber music classics by Brahms (Horn Trio in E-flat major) and Mendelssohn (Piano Trio in D minor). Tickets: $22/adults, $15/students. Call 978-486-9524 or visit www.indianhillmusic.org.

Sun. Nov. 1, 3pm, Indian Hill Music School, 36 King Street (Rte. 495/Exit 30), Littleton

Dinner & a Movie: Rebirth of a Nation

119 Gallery
Dinner & a Movie: Rebirth of a Nation

Tasty food and beverages are yours with the viewing experience. Come celebrate election night with DJ Spooky's acclaimed remix of DW Griffith's classic American film http://djspooky.com/art.html.

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www.119gallery.org

Tue. Nov. 3, 6:30pm-9:30pm,119 Chelmsford St., Lowell

Chemical Dangers and Human Health

This wonderful opportunity for environmentalists, authors, readers, and hopeful but anxious residents of the area. John Wargo, professor of environmental policy at Yale, will discuss his new book Green Intelligence: Creating Environments That Protect Human Health. This event is co-hosted by the Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust (http://www.lowelllandtrust.org) and the Toxics Use Reduction Institute at UMass Lowell (http://www.turi.org).

RSVP 978-934-0030 x3
Fri. Nov. 06, 7pm, Wannalancit Mills, UMass Lowell.
for LP&CT members at 6:30pm.
Directions: http://www.uml.edu/maps/wannalancit.htm.

Cambodian Art or Product

Interested in owning a piece of Cambodian art or product, as well as other handmade products by local artists? If you are, please join the Light of Cambodian Children, Inc's Future Stars Gala!

Sat. Nov. 7, 7pm- 9:30pm (Bidding and Traditional Performances) & :30pm - Midnight (Dance with DJ Masta Sam and the Shaolin Band)
Location: Hong Kong Restaurant, 308 Westford St.

Smaller priced items will also be available for suggested donations. Tickets: $40
Please contact Sayon Soeun at 978.275.1822 or
sayon@reaksmey.org for more information and/ purchase tickets. Website: www.reaksmey.org

Andover Chamber Music Presents "Fairy Tales"

Now in the midst of its 13th season, Andover Chamber Music will present 'Fairytales' - musical enchantment inspired by legends and tales at the West Parish Church in Andover. After a sold-out opening concert in September at their new home in the beautiful WPC sanctuary, for this second concert of the season artistic director Julie Scolnik will offer up an imaginative program that is sure to delight both adults and children alike. Bringing some fun and whimsy into the darkening days of November, the program consists of far-ranging works - from Schumann's Marchenbilder (Fairytale Pictures) for viola and piano, to a solo piano arrangement.

Sun. Nov. 8, 4pm, West Parish Church, Andover. Tickets $30.
Contact Andover Chamber Music about group and family discounts. Order securely online at www.AndoverChamberMusic.org, or call 978-474-6222.

The Naughty Readings

Image Theater will be presenting our 5th Annual "adult's night out"(Keep Your Kids At Home). This is an evening of food, theater, music and drink unlike any other fundraiser!

Seven sexy, silly, short plays AND original titillating tunes... ALL original, all by local writers and composers will be performed in a casual and catastrophic fashion by some of the area's top actors and singers.

The cost is $25 for early reservations and $28 at the door.
Sat. Nov. 14, Old Court Irish Bar, Lowell
For more information call 978-441-0102 or go to www.Imagetheater.com.

Revolving Museum FUN-raiser and Party: Save the Date!

All Ages Welcome!
The moving is done, the signs are in place, it is time you all come to see our new space! The Revolving Museum welcomes you all to help warm its new home.The fest will include a fashion show, tours, art auction, great food, live music and cash bar. So come one, come all. We really can't wait to you see you all there.

$28.00 ~ Arts Supporter
$11.50 ~ Revolving Museum Member
$11.50 ~ Artist, Student, Western Avenue Studio Friend Free ~ Young artist (ages 0-16)

The Revolving Museum is an evolving laboratory of creative expression for people of all backgrounds, ages, and abilities who seek to experience the transformative power of art. Through public art, exhibitions, and educational programs, The Museum promotes artistic exploration and appreciation; encourages community participation and growth; and provides opportunities for empowerment and social change.

The Revolving Museum is a 501(c)(3), charitable organization operating on donations and grants. We need your support!

Sat. Nov. 21, 7-10:30pm, 122 Western Avenue, Lowell


New Exhibit Opens at the NEQM

The New England Quilt Museum is excited to announce their new exhibition of international art quilts: Masters: 40 Contemporary Master Quilters, opening Nov., 19. Masters explores the cutting edge of art quilting, with today's most regarded global quilt artists represented in this comprehensive exhibition.

Masters opens on Nov. 19, with a formal opening reception on Sat. Nov. 21,1pm. Sielman will be signing copies of her book, Masters: Art Quilts at the reception. The exhibition will run through Feb. 25, 2010.

Beginner Belly Dance at Serendipity Dance Studios

Amber holds Beginner Level classes at her studio at Western Avenue Studios in Lowell on Sundays from 5-6 pm. Her Fall schedule will be Nov. 1 through Dec. 13, with no classes on the Nov., 29. Classes will then go on Holiday Break with several multi-hour workshops TBA. Amber is also available for smaller group lessons, and one on one instruction.

Beginner classes cover the essentials of belly dance movement. Through drills and activities, the body learns proper form and movement for dance while protecting the knees and keeping a neutral spine. Skills are rotated through on an 6 week cycle, and drop ins are welcome. A Yoga Mat and loose comfortable clothing are recommended.

Class fees are $75 for the session. Registration is required: info@amberdaniels.com.

122 Western Avenue, Western Avenue Studios. Studio 5-07, on the 5th floor. Lowell, MA. 617-780-9244. More Information:

Animal Rescue Network of New England

Do you love art? Do you love animals? Please come to our benefit art auction! Proceeds go to the Animal Rescue Network of New England. More information visit at http://www.arnne.org./

Contributing Artists: Mary Catherine Albenzi, Dale Tremblay Begley, Perry Lowell Bent, Carla Byrne, Norm Caron, Elizabeth Craumer, Laura Dunlavey, Barbara Fletcher, Cathy "Sea-Jay" Geisler, Tom Martin, Kathy Marx, Lili Mayer, Regina McGearty, Monte Verde Glass Art Studio, Molly Poole, Monique Sakelarrios, Shaunna Duffy Smith, Gay Tracy.

Pet Adoption Days at Congregational Church, Pelham are:
Sun. Nov. 21, 11-2pm
Sun. Dec. 19, 11-2pm

Calls to Artists

From the 119 Gallery in Lowell:
Call for entries: Fifth Annual Juried Exhibit, Material is Language

Theme / Material is Language is open to all media. The theme is the media or materials. 119 Gallery's artists and exhibits blur the line between traditional and non-traditional media. None-the-less the material is the language. How do your materials articulate your idea?

Juror / Nick Capasso, Senior Curator, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Garden, Lincoln, MA.

Dates / Nov, 25-Dec, 20. Reception Sat., Dec, 5, 3-6 pm.

Eligibility / Open to 119 Gallery members, Creative Level and above.

Submission requirements and fees / If you are not a gallery member, the entry fee is $40, which entitles you to Creative Level membership. See our membership page.

Actual works will be judged. All media accepted. Limit 2 pieces. Wall pieces must be neatly framed, wired and ready to hang. Entries must be accompanied by entry fee. Work should not exceed 4 feet wide. Each piece should be labeled with artist's name, title, medium, date and price. Unless otherwise specified, all art in the exhibit is for sale and 119 Gallery takes a 30 percent commission on pieces sold.

More information: www.119gallery.org


Lowell Memorial Auditorium, http://www.lowellauditorium.com/eventlistings.aspx

Merrimack Repertory Theatre, www.merrimackrep.org

The Bridge Review: Merrimack Valley Culture, http://ecommunity.uml.edu/bridge/

Website for Lowell artists, www.lowellisart.com

Art community chronicle, www.vyumagazine.com

Arts League of Lowell, www.artsleagueoflowell.org

Western Avenue Studios, www.westernavenuestudios.com

Ayer Lofts, www.Ayerlofts.com

The Brush Art Gallery and Studios, www.thebrush.org

The Image Theater, www.imagetheater.com

Whistler House Museum of Art, www.whistlerhouse.org

For a fuller listing of links see the COOL website, www.cultureiscool.org

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Standing Ovations, Critics Rave About "The Seafarer" - Ends November 8

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"Merrimack Rep's production of The Seafarer is spellbinding!  An extraordinary ensemble of actors guides us through the dark waters of sin and redemption."
- Joyce Kulhawik

"Merrimack remains Boston's greatest theatre."
- The Hub Review

"The Seafarer is richly rewarding for its Irish humor, outstanding acting and jolting finale."
"As usual at the MRT, great attention is given to detail... A must see."
"One of the most compelling performances I've seen in a long time...
the audience was on the edge of our seats."

A mysterious stranger visits four friends for a Christmas Eve poker game in The Seafarer, a play by leading Irish playwright Conor McPherson.

The Seafarer currently is one of the Top 10 most produced plays in America. Nominated for four Tony Awards, including Best Play, The Seafarer is a hilarious and chilling tale of the sea, Ireland and redemption. James "Sharky" Harkin has returned home to care for his aging brother Richard, who has recently gone blind, and to spend Christmas Eve with old friends Ivan and Nicky. Nicky is accompanied by the mysterious Mr. Lockhart, whose connection to Sharky's past is slowly revealed as the evening devolves into an all night, liquor-soaked game of poker with damningly high stakes. 



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Heroes GraphicRegional Premiere - Henri, Gustave and Philippe survived World War I. Forty years later, as residents in a veterans' home and armed only with what is left of their wits and a 200-pound stone dog, they battle old age, nagging war injuries, and a masochistic nun. It is a heartwarming tale of camaraderie and a moving portrait of the frustrations inherent in growing older. 

"Theatrical hit, a boulevard comedy
bull's-eye...achieves a seductive fusion of the comic, sad and absurd."
- The Evening Standard

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The acclaimed actors and creative team include Academy Award, Tony Award, Olivier Award, Obie Award and Drama Desk Winners. The all-Equity cast features 3 veteran actors of both the stage and screen. Tony Award-winner Ron Holgate (Gustave) and Jonathan Hogan (Philippe) reprise their roles from a Spring 2009 Keen Company production of Heroes. Ron Holgate won a Tony Award in 1969 for his portrayal of Richard Henry Lee in the Broadway production of 1776. He later reprised the role for the film version of 1776, and also appeared on Broadway in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, 42nd Street, Lend Me a Tenor and Guys and Dolls. Tony-nominee and Drama Desk Award winner Jonathan Hogan has also made numerous appearances on Broadway, including The Homecoming, As Is and Fifth of July. Ken Tigar (Henri), a television regular with over 130 television and film credits, makes his debut on the Liberty Hall stage after appearing in Merrimack Repertory Theatre's 2007 Off-Broadway production of Secret Order.

Pay What You Will Night - November 19 at 7:30PM
Director's Dialogue - November 19 at 7:30PM
Lowell Night - November 21 at 8PM
Opening Night - November 22 at 7PM
Cookie Matinee - November 25 at 2PM
Post Show Forums - November 24 and December 3, 10 at 7:30PM

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sesame Street Live, Laurie Berkner and Disney Live Presales

Lowell Memorial Auditorium • 50 East Merrimack Street • Lowell, MA 01852

Lowell Memorial Auditorium



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Presale: The Laurie Berkner Band
Presale: Sesame Street Live
Presale: Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show

Upcoming Show: Champions of the Dance
Upcoming Show: Michael W. Smith

Promotions: Brian Wilson Karaoke and Pumpkin Party

The Laurie Berkner Band  Tickets
Sunday, December 13 at 1:00pm

Presale: Thurs., 
Oct. 29 at 10:00am to 10:00pm
Presale Password: METRO

Laurie Berkner
Children's music superstars and NOGGIN/Nick Jr. channel favorites Laurie Berkner, Susie Lampert (keyboards), Adam Bernstein (bass) and introducing Bob Golden (drums/ percussion) will perform a "Pajama Party" concert.  Kids are encouraged to come in their pajamas and bring their favorite stuffed animals (those in the know will put them on their heads for the band's in-concert favorite "Pig on Her Head")!  The Laurie Berkner Band will play old and new hits, including songs from 2008's critically acclaimed CD, Rocketship Run.

Families are also encouraged to bring a pair of new children's pajamas and/or new children's book to donate to The Pajama Program (www.pajamaprogram.org) which provides new pajamas for children entering foster care. 

Widely recognized as the most popular indie children's recording artist in the United States, Laurie Berkner was at the forefront of the current progressive children's music movement.   Her intelligent songwriting, captivating vocals and infectious melodies have won not only legions of little fans, but also parents, who enjoy the music as much as their kids.

Sesame Street Live "When Elmo Grows Up"  Tickets
Thursday, January 21 at 7:00pm
Friday, January 22 at 10:30am & 7:00pm
Saturday, January 23 at 10:30am, 2:00pm & 5:30pm
Sunday, January 24 at 1:00pm & 4:30pm

Presale: Thurs., 
Oct. 29 at 10:00am to Thurs., Nov. 19 at 11:00pm
Presale Password: SEWP

Sesame Street Live
Introducing Abby Cadabby!  The newest Muppet on Sesame Street joins Elmo, Zoe, Rosita and all of her furry and feathered friends in asking, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" as they prepare for a pageant on Sesame Street.  Get ready to sing cowboy songs, ride the rails and more with Sesame Street Live "When Elmo Grows Up." When Elmo and his Sesame Street Live friends think about growing up, it's a musical show-and-tell! as Bert dreams of becoming a forest ranger, Telly longs to be a cowboy and their newest friend, Abby Cadabby, wants to be a Fairy Godmother just like her mommy.  Elmo thinks about becoming a "weather monster," but has a hard time predicting his own forecast-he wants to be anything and everything all at once!  "When Elmo Grows Up" includes lessons on perseverance, teamwork and the power of imagination.  Children learn that if they believe in themselves and are willing to try, the possibilities are endless.

Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show • Tickets
3:30 show just added
Sunday, November 15 at 12:30pm & 3:30pm

Presale: Thurs., Oct. 29 at 10:00am 
to Mon., Nov. 2 at 11:59pm
Presale Password: PLAY

Disney Live
Get ready to dim the lights and raise the curtain – Mickey Mouse is in the house and he's setting the stage for fun - just for you! But first he'll need to find some amazing acts to put in his show. Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Donald all head off on an adventure and find some great friends to help them out. You'll get to sing along to cool songs, jump out of your seat to dance to the beat and laugh out loud with Buzz and Woody from Toy Story, Cinderella, Tigger, and more of your Disney friends at this show-stopping, zany, on-stage adventure coming right to your hometown!

Champions of the Dance  Tickets
Part of the Lowell Five Performing Arts Series
Friday, October 30 at 8:00pm
Tickets are still available!

Champions of the Dance
Welcome to a spectacular evening of World Professional Ballroom Dance.  These world renowned performers have been featured in ABC's Dancing with the Stars, BBC's Strictly Come Dancing and the latest syndicated release of The American Ballroom Challenge.  Be enchanted as ten passionate and sensual champions from around the globe grace the stage with complete harmony and impeccable technique performing waltzes, fiery Latin numbers, sizzling salsa, and a romantic tango.  Check out footage from the show at www.championsofthedance.com.

Michael W. Smith  Tickets
w/ Matt Maher, Phil Stacey & Meredith Andrews
Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 7:00pm
Tickets are still available!

Michael W. Smith
Michael W. Smith is a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter, musician, recording artist, composer, and actor. He is one of the best-selling and most influential artists in Contemporary Christian Music, and he has achieved considerable success in the mainstream music industry as well. Smith is a three-time Grammy Award winner, and he has earned 34 Dove Awards. Over the course of his career, he has sold more than 13 million albums and recorded 29 number-one hit songs, fourteen gold albums, and five platinum albums.


Brian Wilson Karaoke
Win a meet and greet with & tickets to see Brian Wilson

Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show Pumpkin Party
Win tickets to Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show

Tickets and Group Sales

Tickets may be purchased in person at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium box office located at 50 East Merrimack Street in Lowell, by calling the box office at (978) 454-2299 or online at www.lowellauditorium.com.

Groups of 15 or more people receive discounts on most shows. To purchase tickets for your group, please contact Cheryl Popp at (978) 937-8688 x225 or cpopp@lowellauditorium.com.

For more information about group sales, log on www.lowellauditorium.com/GroupSales.aspx.

Upcoming Events

Champions of the Dance
October 30

Michael W. Smith
November 1

Commonwealth Classic
November 7 & 8

Brian Wilson
November 12

Jim Brickman
November 14

Disney Live! Rockin' Road Trip
November 15

Guy Fieri Road Show
November 17

Dark Star Orchestra
November 21

Tops In Blue
November 22

Air Force Band of Liberty
December 1

Bill Cosby
December 5

December 6

Holiday Pops
December 12

The Laurie Berkner Band
December 13

Kenny Rogers
December 20

Anthony Bourdain:
No Reservations

January 9

Sesame Street Live
"When Elmo Grows Up"

January 21-24

Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles
January 27

Phil Vassar
February 11

February 23 & 24

The Chieftains
March 11

Le Grand Cirque
March 19

Girls Night: The Musical
April 16

One Night of Queen
Performed by Gary Mullen & The Works
May 6




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