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10 Things To Do In N.H. This Weekend

Ready to have some fun? We're excited to relaunch this weekend to-do list after a season off due to the pandemic. Consider this an idea starter kit, a quick rundown to inspire you to have the summer of your lives. 

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This weekend's weather in New Hampshire will be mostly sunny. If you're out and about, watch out for motorcycles — they're everywhere: Laconia Motorcycle Week kicks off Saturday and runs to June 20.

Here are 10 things to do in New Hampshire this weekend:

Son Little performs at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, N.H., on June 11, 2021

  • All Together Now - benefit concert series featuring Son Little, Friday, June 11, 8 p.m. Presented by 3S Artspace, The Music Hall, and Prescott Park Arts Festival. Venue: The Music Hall, 28 Chestnut Street, Portsmouth. TICKET info.

  • Jay Psaros and Jason Spooner perform at The Flying Monkey theater in Plymouth on Saturday, June 12, show time 7:30 p.m., 39 Main St., Plymouth, N.H. LEARN MORE, get tickets

Jay Psaros and Jason Spooner perform at the Flying Monkey, the historic theater in Plymouth, N.H., on June 12, 2021.

  • The Seacoast Civic Dance Company’s 64th Annual Dance Concert - The Music Hall in Portsmouth, Saturday, Jan. 12. LEARN MORE

  • The Flutie Brothers Band plays at The Lakeport Opera House in Laconia Friday and Saturday. Friday is sold out, but Saturday, June 12, has some remaining tickets. MORE INFO here. (And  yes, one of the brothers is Doug Flutie.)

  • Jason Spooner performs in the Music in the Park Series - Capital Center for the Arts, Sunday, June 13. The venue is the Fletcher-Murphy Park at 28 Fayatte St., Concord. GET MORE INFO.

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