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Farmington Civic Theater




St. Joe's Medical Group presents Friday Night Live, a once-a-month concert series. Enjoy an evening of live music in the intimate setting of the Farmington Civic Theater's upstairs theater. The focus is on talented singer-songwriters.

Performers and audience members appreciate the up-close feeling and ideal acoustics. If you haven't been to Friday Night Live, we encourage you to give it a try. Fall season, September-November. Winter season, January-April.

Friday Night Live debuted January 2017 and has caught on. FNL alumni include The Paisley Fogg, Paco Higdon, Sami Mei, Nathan Gittleman, Allie Louise, Mark Barnowski, Rob Taube, Byron Hill, Sophia Jozwiak, Sheila Landis, Rick Matle, David Thomas, Two Lane Bridge, Mia Green, Olivia Millerschin, Jason Longuski, Al Carmichael, Cesar Nowicki and Noel Dyde, Eric Smith, Alison Albrecht, Kubat, Finlay and Rose, Scott Fab, Annie & Rod Capps, Ozzie Andrews, John Latini, Rochelle Clark, Sam Corbin, Mark Jewett, Amy Petty, Dave Boutette & Kristi Lynn Davis, Scott Martin, Jan Krist, Jim Bizer, Mark Reitenga, Cold Tone Harvest, Chris DuPont, Wil Nance, Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart (Danika & The Jeb), Tom Birchler, Bobby G., Stephen Clark, Steve Taylor, Steve Acho.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for other special events here.

Check out previous performances on our Youtube channel here.

Advance tickets available online at or at the box office. Cash only at the theater.



Experience live music Out Front at the Farmington Civic Theater in Downtown Farmington. Some call it street performing while others use the term "busking". Either way, it sure is a great way to add some energy to town. Out Front began in 2016.

During the warmer-weather months, you'll find talented performers on the sidewalk at the theater. It's a bonus for those arriving for or departing from a movie. Enjoy the music while hangin' outside at the Farmington Brewing Company, John Cowley & Sons, Basement Burger Bar and Browndog Creamery. We see many that sit, for a bit, on the benches to take it all in.