Rehearsal December 10th at Flywheel in Easthampton

The next rehearsal will be from 12:30-2:30pm on Sunday December 10th at The Flywheel in Easthampton Click here for directions.

Rehearsal, December 17th, Common House

We will be rehearsing at the Common House, Pathways Co-Housing, 5 Mountain Laurel Path, Florence, MA on Sunday, December 17th, 2017 from 12:30-2:30pm.

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Holyoke Merry-Go-Round, Dec. 1

We’ll be playing Friday night December 1, 7:00-8:00pm, at the Holyoke Merry-Go-Round in Holyoke Heritage State Park, Appleton Street, Holyoke. Come enjoy the festive Holyoke Holiday Market (4pm-9pm Friday, continuing on Saturday 11am-9pm). Food trucks, vendors, entertainment, and of course rides on the historic “Holyoke’s Happiness Machine.”  This special event is a fundraiser for the Merry-Go-Round, which has been lovingly restored. Years ago it was at Mountain Park, Holyoke.

14th Annual Hot Chocolate Run, December 3rd

A 5k Run and 3k Walk through downtown Northampton to promote freedom from violence in Hampshire County, Sunday, December 3, 2017. We play from 9:30-11:30am.

Interfaith Cot Shelter Program, Saturday 18th

Playing in front of First Churches, Northampton to benefit the Interfaith Co Shelter program. 1:45-2:45 pm

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Florence Rag Shag Parade

We will be participating in the Florence Rag Shag Parade on Tuesday, October 31st. Parade starts at 5:30pm.

Dr. Seuss Sculpture Garden, Springfield Museums, Oct 28

On Saturday afternoon October 28 we will play in and around the Dr. Seuss Sculpture Garden as part of the Springfield Museums event “A Mystery at the Museums.”  Our gig starts at 2:00pm.  For more about the event, see

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Rehearsal, October 22nd

October 22nd from 12:30-2:30 we will be rehearsing at Maines Field.

Rehearsals are open to the public and potential band members.

Honkfest Boston October 7th-8th

An awesome annual 3-day free festival bringing brass bands from all over the United States and the world to Somerville for a celebration of music, community and activism. Organized entirely by volunteers and now in its 12th year, the festival kicks off on Friday night with a lantern parade in Davis Square neighborhoods and a band showcase. On Saturday more than 25 bands take over Davis Square for a giant music and dance party. On Sunday, local community groups, artists, and activists working for a variety of progressive causes — economic justice, protecting the environment, world peace, an end to racism — join the brass bands to make a spectacular parade from Davis Square to Harvard Square along Mass Avenue. Other HONK! Fest activities include a Day of Action, when bands convene to play on behalf of a cause, and roundtable discussions for participating musicians and organizers of other HONK! festivals around the country to gather and share experiences. HONK! in Somerville has inspired festivals near – Providence, Brooklyn, Seattle, Austin, Detroit, and far – Australia and Brazil.