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Monthly News & Updates From McIntyre Hall

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

& three hours prior to any ticketed performance.

Starry Night Chamber Players

McIntyre Hall Presents

Sunday, February 26 Doors Open at 2:00pm

Comprised of musicians from Skagit, Whatcom, and Island Counties the Starry Night Chamber Players will perform a concert featuring "Letters of Love" from the great composers. This intimate concert takes place in the Studio Space at McIntyre Hall. Patrons are encouraged to enjoy their refreshments during the concert.


The Reverend Shawn Amos Acoustic Trio

McIntyre Hall Presents

Friday, March 3 7:30pm

Blues and roots singer, The Reverend Shawn Amos, is an exhilarating entertainer whose performances are filled with the foot-stomping, call-and-response energy of 1960s’ Chicago blues shows. The son of music agent-turned entrepreneur, Wally “Famous” Amos and R&B nightclub singer, Shirlee May, Amos was raised in 1970s Los Angeles watching musical legends like Marvin Gaye and Quincy Jones at work.

Amos began releasing a series of semi-autobiographical albums in the 1990s. Exploring, chronicling, and preserving black American music led him to the American blues songbook and a commitment to keeping this great American art form alive. Just as he has on stages throughout the world,

Joining The Rev on stage are Christopher Thomas (bass) and Doctor Roberts (guitar).


MVHS Spring Concert

MVHS Instrumental Music

Thursday, March 9 7:00pm

The Mount Vernon High School Instrumental Music program presents an evening of varied works.

Tickets available Day of Show

MVHS Spring Concert

MVHS Choral Music

Thursday, March 16 7:00pm

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

Tickets available Day of Show

The Jeremiahs

McIntyre Hall Presents

Friday, March 17 7:30pm

The Jeremiahs formed in 2013 to become a welcome gopher in the garden of Celtic music. The Jeremiahs is an Irish folk band that came together with the goal of writing, composing and performing folk songs and music. With a wonderful mixture of newly composed songs and tunes in the folk genre and a well selected catalogue of older folk songs, they are sure to rouse all the emotions. So get out and don’t miss them!

“One of the freshest bands in Irish traditional music” ~ Séan Laffey Irish Music Magazine


Spring Gala

Fidalgo Youth Symphony

Saturday, March 18 1:00pm

Fidalgo Youth Symphony joins its sister organization, Mount Baker Youth Symphony, to present Romantic music for their annual partnership: Youth performers will fill the McIntyre stage for this traditional joint March concert.


It Takes Two To Tango

Skagit Symphony

Saturday, March 25 7:30pm

Get swpet off your feet by waltzea, hoe downs, and tangos! With Argentinian tango master Astor Piazzolla and a cowboy ballet by Aaron Copland, this concert is sure to have something to delight everyone!


Sona Jorbarteh

McIntyre Hall Presents

Friday, March 31 7:30pm

Gambian vocalist, kora master, and multi-instrumentalist Sona Jobarteh is a pioneering musical icon whose artistry is poised between the preservation of her rich cultural heritage and an accessible style. Born into a griot family, she is the first female artist within the more than 700 year old tradition to become a professional virtuoso on the kora.



For most events, MASKS ARE ENCOURAGED - but not required.

Some events may have OTHER REQUIREMENTS,

such as Pacific Northwest Opera's DER ROSENKAVALIER



The protocols currently in place are subject to change. While we will provide the most up to-date public health procedures to improve patron safety, they are not an absolute protection against contracting COVID-19. Patrons assume their own risk by entering the facility. The COVID-19 Pandemic is a serious and ever changing public health situation and we appreciate your support as we work towards a return to normalcy.

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,

Washington State Arts Commission, Western States Arts Federation,

National Endowment for the Arts,

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

Hampton Inn & Suites Burlington, Skagit Publishing,

Choice Grounds Care, Skagit Valley Food Coop, All About Hearing,

Skagit Community Foundation, Skagit Valley College Foundation,

Whidbey Weekly, Cascadia Weekly,

Northwest Public Broadcasting, KAPS Radio, KBRC Radio,

The Friends of McIntyre Hall

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