UPCOMING EVENTS

4 months 3 weeks ago

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THE LAST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
7PM – 10PM
OPEN MIC SIGNUP STARTS AT 6:30PM
ADMISSION: FREE (BUT A HAT WILL BE PASSED TO PAY OUR FEATURE AND COMPENSATE THE STARLITE FOR THE USE OF THEIR SPACE)


After over two years of being on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are proud to announce the return of our monthly open mic and featured poetry reading series, The Poetorium at Starlite (which made its debut on May 28th, 2019), hosted by Paul Szlosek and Ron Whittle on the Last Thursday of Each Month from 7 pm to 10 pm. It is a full evening of live poetry and spoken word starting with a brief interview on stage with the night’s featured poets, followed by a reading by our features, a 5-10 minute tribute to a dead poet by a guest reader, a short intermission, and then the open mic (with a 5-minute limit for each reader).

Poets, writers, and artists are invited to sell their wares during the show totally free of charge. Space on a limited number of tables is available to vendors on a first-come, first-serve basis.

April 25, 2024, 10:00pm - April 26, 2024, 3:00am

1 month 4 weeks ago

Two of New England’s standout prog psychedelic bands performing back to back. Black Pyramid will be performing the entirety of their newly released album, The Paths of Time Are Vast for their set. Ghosts of Jupiter A psychedelic rock band based out of the Boston area, previously known as the Nate Wilson Group. Led by former Percy Hill keyboardist Nate Wilson, the band features a loud, riff-heavy sound inspired by classic rock groups such as Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and Cream. GOJ features Guitarists Adam Terrell (also of Assembly of Dust) and Pierre Aleksi (formerly of the Curtis Mayflower), while MIT graduate bassist Tommy Lada and drummer Tom Arey (also touring with J. Geils Band) hold down the band's rhythm section. Black Pyramid Black Pyramid formed in Northampton Massachusetts in 2007. With their down-tuned and blown out sound, the cosmic doom power trio released a three-song demo and quickly developed a reputation as one of the loudest and most powerful live bands in the region. Influenced by cult metal, doom, sludge, progressive rock and psychedelic music, the band solidified their sound with their debut 2009 album on Meteorcity Records. This self-titled album is considered by many fans and critics alike See More