We invite you to explore the world through the arts this season! The McIntyre Hall Presents Series is an eclectic series of events, which includes theater, dance, world music, blues, country, jazz, family programs, lectures, and more! The events include both emerging artists as well as award winning internationally recognized artists. Create Your Own (CYO) Subscriptions, student RUSH10, and special offers available.
We kick off our season with the Community Open House.
- Community Open House | Thurs., Sept. 17
Join us to learn about the exciting Season ahead & get a behind the scenes look at the Hall.
- Girls Night: The Musical | Saturday, October 10
Audiences can’t help but laugh, cry, and even find themselves singing and dancing! “Desperate Housewives meets Mamma Mia” – Applause Magazine
- Noah Guthrie | Friday, October 16
Known for his Glee debut in Season 6 and YouTube covers, Noah is excited to give fans a taste of his own music described as having a Pop/Americana sound with soul.
- Peter Mawanga & The Amaravi Movement | Friday, October 30
Mawanga’s Afro-vibes is a modern African sound that is intrinsically Malawian.
- Mistatim, Red Sky | Thursday, November 19
A coming of age story about the truest of friendships across cultural divides. Red Sky is Canada’s leading company of contemporary world indigenous performance in dance, theatre, and music.
- The Boom Booms | Friday, November 20
Indie-soul Latin band from Vancouver, B.C, “Some of the tightest, smoothest, sexiest soul and funk produced in the city right now…” ~ The Georgia Straight
- The Brothers Four | Saturday, November 21
American folk singing group
- Greatest Pirate Story Never Told | Sunday, November 22
“Pirates of the Caribbean” meets “Whose line is it Anyway?” Meet and greet after the performance – take photos and get autographs. Recommended for swashbucklers 4-104
- Aurelio Martinez | Saturday, January 30
Garifuna and Caribbean rhythms.
- Metales M5 Thursday | February 11
Mexico’s leading brass quintet.
- Turtle Island Quartet | Friday, February 12
Fusing classical quartet esthetic with contemporary jazz.
- Lunasa | Friday, March 4
“This is the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet.” ~ The New York
- A Man’s Requiem, SEOP Dance Company | Saturday, March 11
Approachable yet thought-provoking. “A Man’s Requiem” explores the powerful idea of a sinner’s judgment day through traditional and contemporary Korean dance.
- Laney Jones & The Spirits | Friday, April 22
Laney’s live performance highlights her multi-instrumental prowess on banjo, ukulele, tenor guitar, and harmonica backed by her band the Spirits.
- Locarno | Friday, May 6
A groove heavy mix of Mexican Folk, Cuban Son, and Latin Soul.
This program is part of the McIntyre Hall Presents series, made possible by the support of Friends of McIntyre Hall, the Washington State Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, Skagit Community Foundation, Skagit Valley College, lodging tax funding through Skagit County, the City of Mount Vernon and the City of Burlington, and sponsorship by The Hampton Inn and Suites, Jerry Smith Kia of Burlington, Skagit Publishing, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Land Title and Escrow, Lisser & Associates, Cascadia Weekly, Northwest Public Radio, KAPS Country, and KBRC.
Create Your Own Series (CYO) are available in August. Single tickets on sale September 1. Check our website for updates and more information later this month.
For tickets or more information, please visit us at www.mcintyrehall.org or call the Box Office at 360.416.7727 ext. 2. Beginning September 2, the Box Office is open Tuesday through Friday, noon – 4:00pm. McIntyre Hall is located on the Mount Vernon Campus of Skagit Valley College.