Reggae roots fusion with ska, hip hop, blues, soul, rock ‘n’ roll
GREENFIELD, MA- On Friday, January 11, Danny Pease and the Regulators and The Medicinal Purpose will perform an evening of reggae roots fusion with ska, hip-hop, blues, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll, starting at 9 pm, at Hawkes and Reed Performing Arts Center, 289 Main Street. Tickets are $10 in advance and $13 on day of show.
On Saturday, January 12, Julia Scotti will headline comedy night at Hawkes and Reed, along with Anita Wise, Jon Ross, and Tony Sykowski.
Scotti is a nationally-headlining comedian, former teacher, author, speaker, and woman of transgendered experience. She was named one of the top five transgender comedians in the country by Advocate magazine in 2012. She went on to become the first transgendered woman and finalist in the New York based Ladies of Laughter Competition. She was a quarter-finalist on season 11 of America’s Got Talent in 2016, with Simon Cowell saying, “You genuinely made me laugh,” and Howie Mandel saying, “You have so much to offer, you are a joy.”
Ross is an award-winning comedian and writer (Not Necessarily the News, CatDog, Lucky Louie) and resides in New England.
Sykowski is a Brooklyn, NY-based comedian who has been writing, performing and producing shows for over 10 years. Tickets for this event are $18 in advance and $23 on day of show.
On Sunday, January 13, at 2 pm, The Nite Caps and The Empty Bottle Ramblers take the stage to perform country and Cajun music along with dance lessons, at the Two-Step Festival presented by Hawkes and Reed. Tickets for this event are $10.
For more information visit www.hawkesandreed.com.