• Last Dance Productions

    New Bedford Folk Festival
  • Organizing, promoting and managing successful events!

  • Richmond Folk Festival

Performance – Event Promotion – Event Management

Last Dance Productions helps organize, promote and manage better and more cost effective events. This includes screening, selecting and negotiating with service providers, venues, marketing channels, speakers and artists. Last Dance Productions  can execute all stage management, line production and logistical duties, including overseeing stage managers, technical directors, orchestra personnel managers and contractors, and off-site venue staff to produce elite programs. Oh yes, we have fun too! Let us know how we can help you with your next event.

Concerts

Who doesn’t love concerts? Last Dance Productions present concerts that entertain and inspire. Produced with you in mind, we bring in top-shelf artists to create a memorable experience.

From a 500 seat theater to a cozy coffeehouse setting you ’ll leave smiling.

Festivals

A festival! What a great way to spend a day. Hearing music, browsing crafts, and sampling food is one way to enjoy the sunshine and soak in the experience. Last Dance Productions is proud to team up with several festivals to bring you the very best experience.

Projects

Last Dance Productions is involved with several projects. We especially love to team up with nonprofits. We can be creative is producing an event that is fun and raises funds for your organization.

Check out our Calendar to see what’s coming up!

News & Artist Updates

A Celebration of our friend: Dick Pleasants
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THE Folk Singer-Songwriter Event of the Year

This will be THE folk singer/songwriter event of the year.  Tickets Here Lori McKenna, Patty Larkin, Cliff Eberhardt, Garnet Rogers and Mark Erelli Saturday, April 7, The Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA  Info Here This is a Celebration…
Badfinger Straight Up
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Badfinger’s “Straight Up” with Joey Molland

A rare opportunity to see this show "live" with Joey Molland Tickets click here Friday, November 3, 2017, 8 pm, Arlington, MA It’s the 45th Anniversary of the Greatest Album by Badfinger, 1972’s Straight Up, and the band’s legendary…
Denny Laine
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Denny Laine of Wings “Band On The Run” Live

Denny Laine, In Concert at the Regent Theatre, Arlington MA, January 27th at 8pm Tickets and more info Click Here Denny Laine celebrates the 40th anniversary of the “Wings Over America” tour with a live on stage performance of their…

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The Beatles legend Paul McCartney runs GQ through his 60-year career, including I Lost My Little Girl, Yesterday, I Saw Her Standing There, And I Love Her, E... ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday at the Rose Garden in Mansfield, MA
Bill Staines is one of the most enduring musical voices in folk music today, He has performed with us several times over the years, most recently in 2016. And we're thrilled to have him back to help us celebrate our 30th season!
Tickets here: rosegardenfolk.com/music/shows/bill-staines-nov-17-2018/
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This is pretty amazing
From Red Sox organist Josh Kantor:
Here are the 749 song requests I played on the Fenway organ in 2018. Thanks for making the best job be also the weirdest job.
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Tom Hanks Has an 'Unspoken Rule' When It Comes to Joni Mitchell's Music: Don't Change the Station

Tom Hanks admits he doesn’t always have his finger on the pulse when it comes to music — but he knows Joni Mitchell is a classic.

The actor, 62, was among the many famous music lovers to pay tribute to the legendary singer/songwriter for her 75th birthday on Wednesday at the JONI 75: A Birthday Celebration Live event in Los Angeles. It was a rare public appearance for Mitchell, who suffered a brain aneurysm in 2015 and last stepped out at a James Taylor concert in June.

“I’m not the hippest dude in the world, but I knew great stuff when it came along,” Hanks told PEOPLE about hearing songs like”Big Yellow Taxi” for the first time.

“There was an unspoken rule that you didn’t change the station when Joni Mitchell stuff came on, whether you dug it or not. Whether you had a lot of house plants or not. Whether you wore a macrame belt or not, you did not change the station on Joni Mitchell,” the You Are My Friend star quipped. People Magazine
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