Upcoming Events

E.g., 2017/02/28
E.g., 2017/02/28

Community event: Think and Drink: Policing, community, protection, and trust in the 21st century What is a criminal?

Join us for a fourth season of Think & Drink as we tackle policing in Maine, its intersection with race, and how our local experience connects with what we see across the rest of the United States. How does society define criminal behavior, and who is a criminal? What do we want from our police, and how are they trained? What powers do we place in the hands of the state (police, legal system... MORE
6:30 PM
Free/Suggested Donation

Music: Yonatan Gat with Friend Roulette & Diva Cup The Brooklyn-via-Tel Aviv shredder returns!

It should come as no surprise that after years of touring with his band Monotonix, once hailed by SPIN as "the most exciting live band in rock'n'roll," that Yonatan Gat would carry that same intensity with his group. Live, his power trio is experienced inside the audience, on the floor, with low lighting as the band tears through "a wholly fresh fusion of psychedelic sounds and rhythms... MORE
9:00 PM
$10 advance, $12 day of show

Community event: March Forth A Benefit Fo The Mark Baumer Sustainability Fund

On March 4, 2017, join us for March Forth: A Benefit for the Mark Baumer Sustainability Fund. Raised in Durham, ME, Mark was an activist, writer, performance artist, librarian, son, friend, and vegan superhero who lived in Providence, RI. He was walking across the country barefoot to raise awareness about climate change when he was killed by an SUV on January 21, 2017.  March Forth will... MORE
8:30 PM
$10 Suggested Donation

Community event: The Stranger In the Woods: The Extraordinary Story Of The Last True Hermit Michael Finkel discusses his new book

In 1986, a shy and intelligent twenty-year-old named Christopher Knight left his home in Massachusetts, drove to Maine, and disappeared into the forest. He would not have a conversation with another human being until nearly three decades later, when he was arrested for stealing food. Living in a tent even through brutal winters, he had survived by his wits and courage, developing ingenious ways... MORE
7:00 PM
Free/Suggested Donation

Music: Six Organs of Admittance with Asa Irons The psych-folk visionary guitarist returns to SPACE

In preparing for the first album of non-Hexadic Six Organs of Admittance music since 2012’s Ascent, Ben Chasny had a think about what he’d be saying in his own tongue for the first time in a half-decade. As ever, a head-full of ideas were driving him to think and speak music as a spirituality superimposed onto a reality, with the ghosts of both whispering at each other. In the end, what sits in... MORE
8:00 PM
$10 advance, $12 day of show

Music: Falls of Rauros with Obsidian Tongue, Ada, Forêt Endormie Album release and tour kick-off

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8:30 PM
$8 advance, $10 day of show

Music: BARISHI with Sunrunner, HOLY FILTH, and Megog Vermont's metal visionaries make their Portland debut

In a scene that has become largely repetitive, nostalgia driven, and prone to navel gazing, few bands stand out as truly breaking new ground. With their sophomore full-length Blood from the Lion's Mouth on Season of Mist, BARISHI challenge the established formulas of the metal genre by recombining its core DNA. There is an undeniable progressive undertone in their modern and gritty approach to... MORE
8:30 PM