More new concerts headed into Nippertown…
“Cuts Like a Knife,” “This Time,” “Summer of 69,” “One Night Love Affair,” “Run to You,” “Straight from the Heart,” “Somebody,” “Heaven,” “Everything I Do (I Do For You).” Well, OK, maybe not that last one so much, but we’ve got to admit that Bryan Adams sure knows how to write a catchy little pop ditty. Adams brings his acoustic Bare Bones Tour to the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall at 8pm on Monday, January 24. Priced at $35, $55 and $75, tix go on sale at 10am on Friday.
Yes, we’ve been waiting for this one for quite a while now. Celtic punksters Flogging Molly were slated to play Northern Lights in Clifton Park waaay back in April, but the show was cancelled due to illness. Now it looks like Dave King and the rest of the Guinness-soaked gang are finally headed back to town after all. Circle the date – Sunday, February 20. Tix will go on sale on Saturday, December 11.
The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown has snagged one of the most exciting alt-rock bookings of 2011. Brooklyn’s White Rabbits will be hopping into the Clark at 8pm on Friday, February 25. Tix are $20. Also freshly added to the Clark’s upcoming concert calendar in singer-songwriter Dar Williams, who steps into the spotlight at 8pm on Saturday, January 22. Tix are $30; students $27. And folk-rock pioneer Roger McGuinn tunes up his mighty 12-string guitar for an evening of folk faves and classics from the Byrds when he lands at the Clark at 8pm on Saturday, April 9. Tix are $38; students $35.
Disturbed and Korn team up to co-headline the Music as a Weapon Tour, which makes a stop at the Glens Falls Civic Center at 7pm on Sunday, January 23. Rounding out the night headbanging evening are Sevendust and In This Moment. Priced at $39.75, tix go on sale at 10am on Saturday.