Things to do in the Berkshires, March 24


Can you believe we've reached the last weekend of March already? Believe it or not, one thing is for sure — There's still plenty of time to check out events happening around the Berkshires, after dark. Here's just a taste of what's on tap:


• The Misty Blues Band has a few gigs this weekend. On Friday, they play at 9:30 p.m. at The Tavern at The A in Pittsfield. They play at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Adams Ale House in Adams.

• Got talent? The Relay for Life of Northern Berkshire group is hosting auditions for its "Relay Idol" song contest. If you sing or rap, you can audition between 6 and 9 tonight or on March 31 at the '6 House Pub in Williamstown. To secure an audition time slot, fill out the registration form at, email or, or call 413-329-4911, and leave a message indicating you're interested in auditioning for Relay Idol. Winners will perform on the main stage for Relay for Life and have the chance to earn prizes and additional gigs.

Rev Tor will offer two shows at Sullivan Station in Lee, from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, and 5 to 8 p.m. every Sunday. All Sullivan Station shows are all ages, no cover charge.


• Common Folk Artist Collective at 6 p.m., will host an opening reception for the exhibit "Repulsive Honey Monkey," curated by Nate Massari, at 18 Holden St., North Adams. There will be games and light refreshments. Featured artists include: Chris LaGrow, Jonathan Hanson, Katherine Haig, Misa Chappell, Ryan Walters, Samantha White, Troy Segala and Massari.

• The Down County Social Club is located beneath The Stagecoach Tavern, 864 South Undermountain Road (Route 41) in Sheffield. Tonight, starting at 8, the club welcomes to the stage Footings, aka Eric Gagne (Passerine, Redwing Blackbird), drummer Dustin Ashley Cote (Bunny's a Swine), and viola player Elisabeth Fuchsia. There's a suggested $10 donation for the band.


Hotel on North will continue to host its game night, featuring the game, "Cards Against Humanity," from 7 to 10. Some of the cards feature adult themes and language, so leave the kids and teens at home.


• The Downtown Winter Meltdown Metal Show will start rocking around 7 p.m., at The Downtown Pub at The Crowne Plaza in Pittsfield. There's a $5 cover for this age-21-and-up show. The lineup includes: The Final Hour, Koopa Troop, Insension, The Killing Kind, Choke on Your Teeth and Wandering Oak.

• The Live at The Infield concert series continues at 7 p.m., at The Infield indoor sports center, 10 Lyman St., Pittsfield. The lineup to this all-ages event includes Harbor Grace, Keep Her Warm and Christine Bile. Tickets are $15 at the door or $10 in advance at The Infield or online at


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