Melissa Etheridge Among Top Acts in North State Music Events This March

Published March 1, 2024

March will be a lively month for music lovers in the north state, with an array of concerts spanning genres and featuring both local and internationally renowned artists.

Kick-off with Kalan FrFr

The action begins on March 1st at the Senator Theatre, where Kalan FrFr (Forreal Forreal), an emerging talent from the bustling Los Angeles music scene, will showcase his blend of rap and singing from his album “TwoFr 2” as part of his tour through California.

Reggae and More at Lost on Main

On March 8, the venue Lost on Main features a reggae-centric lineup with Marlon Asher, Brady Shammar, and Stay Positive Sound providing a night of laid-back vibes. Following this, on March 13, Metalachi will take the stage with their unique fusion of heavy metal and mariachi styles, playing popular rock songs with a twist.

The next day, March 14, instrumental ensemble Toubab Krewe from Asheville, North Carolina, brings a fusion of rock, African traditions, and various folk influences, with local band Wolfthump opening for them.

St. Patrick's Day and Melissa Etheridge Highlight

A St. Patrick's Day concert will be hosted by Chico Concerts on March 15 with renowned Irish fiddle player Kevin Burke headlining, joined by fellow talented musicians Nuala Kennedy and Eamonn O’Leary. However, the most anticipated event of the month might be Melissa Etheridge's performance at Gold Country Casino on March 16 as part of her I’m Not Broken Tour. Etheridge, a legendary singer-songwriter, will be delivering her signature sound, drawing from years of performing as an influential artist in the music industry.

Also on the radar for March 16 is the Jennifer Hartswick Band, which will be offering a jazz-infused performance at Lost on Main.

Diverse Acts Continue to Engage Audiences

On March 19, the band Big Something delivered an eclectic mix of genres at its Headspace Tour stop at Lost on Main. Meanwhile, Definitely Dead will bring the iconic music of the Grateful Dead to life on March 23 at Paradise Performing Art Center. To round out the month, Rick Estrin and the Nightcats promise a compelling blues show with their renowned lineup at the Chico Women’s Club on March 29.

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