Mahaiwe Temporary Closure Update

While our building is closed to the public until further notice, our drive-in is open Thursday through Saturday, through Labor Day weekend. The Box Office is accessible by phone.

Mahaiwe Events Calendar


Beetlejuice (1988) - Thursday, August 6th at 9pm

The Princess Bride (1987) - Friday, August 7th at 9pm

The Princess Bride (1987) - Saturday, August 8th at 9pm

POSTPONED: Hot Tuna plus special guest David Grisman's Dawg Trio
Monday, July 13th 2020



Public Tickets

Mahaiwe Member Tickets



Due to the Mahaiwe's extended COVID-19 pandemic closure, our Hot Tuna with David Grisman's Dawg Trio concert originally scheduled for 7/13/2020 has been postponed to 7/12/2021.

All tickets purchased for the original concert date of 7/13/2020 are automatically valid for the new concert date of 7/12/2021.

If you are unable to attend the new concert date you have several different options:
*TICKET EXCHANGE CREDIT - Exchange credit can be applied to your account which can be used toward any future ticket purchase at the Mahaiwe.
*DONATE YOUR TICKET PURCHASE - You can help the Mahaiwe through these difficult times by donating your ticket purchase back to the theater as a tax-deductible donation.
*TICKET REFUNDS are available at point of purchase.

Please call the Mahaiwe Box Office within 30 days to make your arrangements.
Phone: (413) 528-0100.
Hours of Operation: Wednesday - Saturday from 12-4pm
(At this time the box office is open for phone service only)

Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady founded Hot Tuna in 1969 as a side project during their Jefferson Airplane days. Half a century later, the boyhood pals are still passionate as ever about playing music together. Kaukonen is a leading practitioner and teacher of fingerstyle guitar. Casady is known for having broadened the range and scope of electric bass playing, taking it out of the rhythm category and bringing to it a world of complex and complementary melodies. In 2016, the duo was honored at the Grammys with Lifetime Achievement Awards.

Mandolinist David Grisman began his career during the explosive folk and blues revival of the 1960s, working in the Even Dozen Jug Band before launching a career as a solo artist and a collaborator. His trio includes his talented son, Sam Grisman, on bass, and Texas-born banjoist Danny Barnes, who is equally informed by the bluegrass tradition and the punk rock of his youth.

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