MUSIC: Iron and Wine @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Acclaimed singer-songwriter Sam Beam and his musical cohorts return to MASS MoCA, following a sold-out show in 2011. With the fab distaff version of the Everly Brothers, the Secret Sisters (Laura and Lydia Rogers) opening the show in support of their new album Put Your Needle Down. 6pm. $35.
FESTIVAL/MUSIC: Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival @ Croton Point Park, Croton on Hudson. It’s the final day of the two-day fest, featuring a great line-up of music – Bettye LaVette, the David Bromberg Big Band, Houndmouth, Josh Ritter, Lake Street Dive, Lucinda Williams, Martin Sexton, moe. (acoustic), Puss N Boots (featuring Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson & Catherine Popper), Rory Block and lots more – on seven stages. 11am. $85 GO HERE for more info…
MUSIC: Cassandra Kubinski @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. This vivacious singer- actress-producer-yogi tours internationally and writes for TV. Her new album spans love, loss, nature and flirtation in her signature theatrical pop style. 7pm. $17.
FESTIVAL: Juneteenth Celebration @ Washington Park, Albany. Albany’s 10th annual Juneteenth celebration features a chess tournament, Zumba class, a history skit, a tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou, a community discussion and a history treasure hunt, as well as music by the Albany High School Gospel Choir, Charlotte Gaddy, Barbara Howard, East Coast Playaz, Arthur Danzy with Jerry Ford and more. 1-6pm. FREE.
MUSIC: Holly Near @ Greenfield Energy Park, Greenfield. As Holly Near celebrates her first album in three years, Peace Becomes You, she’s building on 40 creative years and 30 recordings. With emma’s revolution. 6pm. $15.
CABARET: Songwriters Cabaret @ Barrington Stage Co.’s Mr. Finn’s Cabaret, Pittsfield. Composers Will Aronson and Noel Carey showcase selections of songs from two new musicals in-the-making. Accompanied by a superb cast of singers, Carey will floor you with songs from “Marjoe,” based on the child evangelist who was the subject of a well-known documentary. Aronson will dazzle you with his music, including a modern-day comedy based on a classic fairy tale. 8pm. $20. Also on Monday.
THEATER: “The Dixie Swim Club” @ Curtain Call Theatre, Latham. Last chance! Dianne O’Neill directs the hilarious and touching comedy about five southern women who set aside a long weekend every August to recharge their friendships. 3pm. $23.
MUSIC: The Ninth Annual Paul Grunberg Memorial Bach Concert @ PS21, Chatham. A collaboration of three period-instrument virtuosi, Repast Baroque will present vivid renditions of music of the baroque era for this all J.S. Bach program. 2pm. $35; $20 students 18 and under.
DANCE: Hong Kong Ballet @ Jacob’s Pillow, Becket. It’s opening night of the 2014 Jacob’s Pillow season! Directed by Madeleine Onne, the company performs Krzysztof Pastor’s In Light and Shadow, Nacho Duato’s Castrati and Fei Bo’s A Room of Her Own. 2pm. $39, $59 & $69. GO HERE for more info…
THEATER: “Romeo & Juliet” @ Skidmore College’s Amphitheater, Saratoga Springs. The Lion’s Tooth Theatre Company’s debut production, directed by Joan Lawson. The Capulets fight the Montagues. The Montagues fight the Capulets. And in the midst of it all, a boy and a girl fall in love. 5:30pm pre-show carnival; 6pm show. Donations accepted. Through June 28.
DANCE: Carmen de Lavallade @ Jacob’s Pillow, Becket. In the world premiere of her new solo show, “As I Remember It,” poignant movement and storytelling weave an unforgettable memoir about Ms. de Lavallade’s venerable, six-decade life on stage working with luminaries Lena Horne, Harry Belafonte, Josephine Baker, Alvin Ailey and others. 2:15pm. $22 & $38.
THEATER ON FILM: “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” @ Spectrum 8 Theatres, Albany. A National Theatre of london production. 12noon. $15; $12 for ages 12 & under. Also at 7pm on Monday.