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Spring ‘23 Concert Forecast

March 3, 2023

Mar. 5 at SPACE Gallery – Squirrel Flower and Horse Jumper of Love

Squirrel Flower—the indie solo act who played at Macmillan House in 2019—will be opening for Boston rock band Horse Jumper of Love this Sunday at SPACE Gallery.

Mar. 18 at State Theatre – Postmodern Jukebox

Postmodern Jukebox is renowned for its powerfully crafted jazz covers of contemporary pop songs. If you’re wondering how to spend your next four minutes and 55 seconds, go listen to its cover of Radiohead’s “Creep.”

Mar. 18 at SPACE Gallery – R.A.P. Ferreira, Bright Boy, Eldon

R.A.P. Ferreira, FKA Milo, is a rapper, producer, blues artist and poet. He’s headed to SPACE Gallery this March alongside Bright Boy and Eldon to spit rhymes and run the boards.

Mar. 22 at State Theatre – Noel Miller (comedian)

Starting as a YouTube sensation, Noel Miller has made a name for himself touring as a standup comedian. Watch him work at the State Theater later this month.

Mar. 23 at SPACE Gallery – Mali Obomsawin Sextet with Miriam Elhajli

With a background in jazz and American roots, Mali Obomsawin is a talented bassist and vocalist. Her sextet will be joined by folk singer Miriam Elhajli at SPACE Gallery.

Mar. 31 at Blue – Nighthawk

Led by musical duo Colter Adams ’24 and Peyton Semjen ’24, Bowdoin’s own Nighthawk has been on a tear with its release of sublime indie bops. Its single “Sundress” has more than 60,000 streams on Spotify.

Apr. 1 at State Theatre – Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with Melt

Two bands renowned for their psychedelic, soul-injected sounds will join forces at the State Theatre. Bowdoin students will remember Melt from its performance on Osher Quad last Spring. PPPP will play on its own on April 2 at the Portland House of Music.

Apr. 11 at State Theatre – Andrew Bird

Despite his violin prowess, indie rock musician Andrew Bird’s most impressive musical skill is his expertise in whistling.

Apr. 22 at State Theatre – Father John Misty

Working at the intersection of folk and indie rock, Father John Misty is the artist behind toe-tappers like “Real Love Baby” and “When You’re Smiling and Astride Me.”

Apr. 29 at State Theatre – Houndmouth

Indiana-based alternative rock group Houndmouth is bringing its buoyant and infectious sound to State Theatre this April.

Apr. 30 at SPACE Gallery – Elements: Palaver Strings with Kinan Azmeh and Brian Shankar Adler

Portland-based ensemble Palaver Strings is joined by Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh and percussionist Brian Shankar Adler.

May 20 at State Theatre – City and Colour

Guitarist and vocalist Dallas Green will be touring his album “The Love Still Held me Near,” which will be released on March 31.

May 11 – Lily in the Weeds at Blue

Paradoxically, Lily in the Weeds’ laid-back grooves never fail to make audiences lose their minds. Join this student band for a bluesy sound and an energetic horn section.


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