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Monthly News & Updates From McIntyre Hall

Regular Box Office Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 10am - 2pm

& three hours prior to any ticketed performance.




McIntyre Hall Presents

Friday, March 6           7:30pm

The Paperboys make a welcome return to McIntyre Hall this season serving up a heady blend of country-folk-celtic-bluegrass-rock with a bit of traditional Mexican music thrown in for good measure.

Lead singer Tom Landa and the Paperboys are renowned for their energetic live performances and create a buzz wherever they play. It is the only multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, multi-generational, multi-lingual, multi-instrumental, genre bending, co-ed band you will hear today!!

“This acclaimed Canadian-based band serves up a heady blend of country-folk-Celtic-bluegrass-rock with a bit of traditional Mexican music thrown in for good measure. It defies labelling but hey, who cares, it is just brilliant music!” ~ Patrick Donaghy, Rock n Reel Magazine




MVHS Instrumental Music Dept

Thursday, March 12           7:00pm

After performing in festivals throughout Washington State, the Mount Vernon High School Bands and Orchestra present a selection of music from the core repertoire.

Tickets are general admission and Pay What You Wish and available the day of show only. Plan to arrive early to avoid the lines at the Box Office!



The HAMILTON Tribute Band 

McIntyre Hall Presents

Saturday, March 14           7:30pm

Don’t throw away your shot to see Rise Up, the Hamilton Tribute Band! Rise Up is an ensemble of top Seattle vocalists and musicians that perform the amazing music of “Hamilton”. “Hamilton” is a record-breaking Broadway musical and winner of 11 Tonys including Best Musical. It is a sweeping national cultural phenomenon with music that marries hip hop, R&B and Broadway.

Rise Up delivers a performance that captures all the sophistication, detail and emotion of the music of “Hamilton”. Rise Up has performed extensively in the Northwest, selling out venues including The Triple Door and Columbia City Theater in Seattle; Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Olympia; Rialto Theater in Tacoma; Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland; Kirkland Performance Center, and many others.

(This is NOT a theatrical performance of the musical “Hamilton”.)




MVHS Choral Music Dept

Thursday, March 19           7:00pm

Under the direction of Jesús Gómez, the MVHS choral program presents music that will be performed during the upcoming choral festival season.

Tickets are general admission and Pay What You Wish and available the day of show only. Plan to arrive early to avoid the lines at the Box Office!



Impressions of Italy

Fidalgo Youth Symphony

Saturday, March 21           1:00pm

Fidalgo Youth Symphony teams with its sister organization; Mount Baker Youth Symphony, to present Romantic and Impressionist music for their annual partnership: the symphonies will join to perform wonderful symphonic gems! Over one hundred twenty youth performers will grace the McIntyre stage for this traditional joint March concert ~ do not miss it!




Skagit Symphony

Saturday, March 21           7:30pm

The Skagit Symphony's third evening concert will begin with a beloved friend in the form of a newly commissioned work for thier 40th Anniversary Season by Roupen Shakarian. This night of unforgettable people and music will continue with three tales from A Thousand and One Arabian Nights as set to music in Ravel’s Schéhérazade, and brought to life for us by the soaring voice of soprano Laura Corina Sanders. The evening will conclude with Elgar’s unforgettable musical impressions of all those most beloved to him in his Enigma Variations.




Burlington Edison School District Choirs

Monday, March 23           7:30pm

The Burlington-Edison choirs present their Festival Concert featuring a broad repertoire of music from the high school choral music program’s five choirs and the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade combined choir.

Tickets: Tickets are general admission and Pay What You Wish and available the day of show only. Plan to arrive early to avoid the lines at the Box Office!



Brush Theatre, South Korea

McIntyre Hall Presents

Sunday, March 28           2:00pm

Yao Yao is the creation of Brush Theatre from Seoul, South Korea. Yao is a mischievous little girl who loves playing with her dad. But every morning Daddy has to dress up in his suit, pick up his briefcase and go to work. One day, Yao, unhappy with her father’s departure, grabs his overcoat and accidentally pulls a thread that leads to the start of a magical world of adventure and discovery.

Join Yao on her ingenious journey to find out what’s waiting for her at the end of the thread… YAO YAO is a playful blend of reality and imagination, using interactive screen art technology and live music.

Recommended Grades: PreK - 2nd




Thank You!

McIntyre Hall values our community partners who join us in providing priceless experiences for audiences and artists. We are very grateful to the following agencies, foundations, businesses, and individuals for their commitment to the inherent value of the performing arts and McIntyre Hall.

Skagit Valley College, the Skagit Regional Public Facilities District,

The City of Mount Vernon, the City of Burlington, Skagit County,

Skagit Community Foundation, Skagit Valley College Foundation,

Hampton Inn & Suites Burlington, Skagit Publishing,

Whidbey Weekly, Cascadia Weekly, Northwest Public Broadcasting,

KAPS Radio, KBRC Radio,

Haggen Food & Pharmacy, Skagit Valley Food Coop, Third Street Café,

The Friends of McIntyre Hall

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