LiVE @ the MAC

All live music performances are at the Milford Center for the Arts, 40 Railroad Avenue, Milford, CT 06460

LiVE @ the MAC concerts have cabaret seating.

LiVE @ the MAC performances are now BYO-Everything!

Wine, beer and soft drinks, as well as snacks, are also available in our Speakeasy lounge. 

Purchase tickets here or call us at 203-878-6647,  Tuesday- Friday 10- 5 pm.

LiVE @ the MAC concert series is sponsored by Berchem Moses, Attorneys and Counselors at Law.







Patty Larkin Friday, January 19th at 8 pm.  SOLD OUT!

An uncommonly articulate guitarist, she has evolved into one of the finest self-accompanists anywhere in popular music.

A virtuoso guitar player and mood-shaper…She is also a superb slide guitarist whose mature work is comparable to the best of Bonnie Rait and Lucinda Williams.

Patty Larkin is one of the most gifted performers in music today. A remarkable guitarist, an imaginative and versatile vocalist, Larkin turns in a riveting performance.   For more on Patty Larkin, go to



Chris Coogan– Friday, February 23rd at 8 pm. 

LiVE @ the MAC is proud to present The Chris Coogan Quartet.  Chris Coogan is a jazz and gospel musician who has played with such artists as Ben E. King, Bette Midler, Donna Summer, Kristen Chenoweth, Dave Liebman and Darlene Love.  He will be joined by John Mobilio (bass), Jim Royle (drums) and Jim Clark (sax).

Go here for tickets.

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The Meadows Brothers- Friday, March 23rd at 8 pm

“Singing guitarists Dustin and Ian Meadows prove that roots music is an unending resource, turning early influences gleaned from the Band and Gillian Welch into an engagingly twangy sibling sound all their own.”  BOSTON GLOBE​

The Meadows Brothers’ (Ian, 23 & Dustin, 21) distinct brand of roots music draws inspiration from a huge list of influences, combining folk, blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll into what the Boston Globe calls  “An engagingly twangy sibling sound all their own.” Known for their blood harmonies, unsweetened songwriting, expressive guitars and bluesy harp, the brothers have played hundreds of shows all over their native New England, the Midwest and Great Lakes regions, and down the Eastern seaboard while continuing to hone their craft. Their last album release, “Won’t Be Troubled”, demonstrates the brothers’ keen ability to really rock in addition to the more mellow harmonies that they most are noted for.  Sean Lynch (WSBU) says: “With vivid storytelling, each track becomes a journey to a different place. The guitars feed off each other and the vocals pair together perfectly during the harmonies.”   Go here for tickets. For more on the Meadows Brothers, go to


The Howlin Brothers- Friday, April 13th at 8 pm

The Howlin’ Brothers are a Nashville based string band composed of Ian Craft, JT Huskey and Jared Green.  Anchored in a bed of old-time blues and bluegrass, their upbeat shows are heavy with original and traditional music, featuring the sounds of slide banjo, harmonica and old-time fiddle.  Sounding like what would happen if a bunch of Appalachian punk rockers formed a jug-band, The Howlin’ Brothers play with a ferocious energy that drags you in and finds you boogieing along in spite of yourself.  Go here for tickets. For more on the Howlin Brothers, go to

Mikata! Salsa Band- Friday, May 18th at 8 pm

Salsa and Latin Jazz Orchestra

Mikata has been delighting audiences around the USA, in Canada and abroad for over 30 years.

Recipient of the New Haven Arts Council Award for “outstanding contribution to the cultural life of the community”, and the HPN Latin Music Achievement Award, Mikata has performed at clubs in New York City, (S.O.B.’s, Heart Break, Danceteria, Pyramid Club), at colleges and universities around the country and at concerts and festivals in the US, Canada and Japan.  Go here for tickets.

Mikata performs a full repertoire of hard-hitting Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Bolero, Cha-cha and Latin Jazz.   For more on Mikata!, go to


Students tickets are $5 at the door with valid ID and based on availability.