Thursday, March 05, 2009

Your Weekend Musix Fix

Once again, Central PA is bustin' at the seams with all kinds of great music (and other entertainment) throughout the area, so don't come whining to me if you can't find anything to do.

Ken's Picks o' the Week:
Pick #1: 3/6 - It's First Friday in Lancaster, and while the focus is on art, there is still plenty of music to be found throughout the city. You can check out 8-Track Radio at Building Character, or hop across the street to the new Progressive Galleries featuring music from The Greatest Funeral Ever. There is sure to be other music at other venues throughout the city as well. And don't forget the First Friday After Party in the Lizard Lounge at 10 p.m.

Pick #2: 3/8 - Local favorites Slimfit and Perkasie rock the house at the Chameleon Sunday night, along with former local Madi Diaz. A great showcase of what Central PA is able to produce in terms of music. This is an XPN Welcomes event.

Friday, March 6:
Adam and the Weight (Adam Kowalczyk of Live) at the Chameleon, Lancaster
The Thrives, Flatbed Ford, and Girls Like Cigarettes at the Abbey Bar, Harrisburg
Irishfest featuring Wyndfall in the Brewpub at ABC, Harrisburg
The Irish Rovers at the Hershey Theatre
Carl Peterson at the Ten Thousand Villages Cafe, Ephrata

Saturday, March 7:
XPN Welcomes Penn's Mask & Wig Club to Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster
Irishfest featuring Fire in the Glen in the Brewpub at ABC, Harrisburg
Dakini w/ FDR & the New Deal at the Abbey Bar, Harrisburg
Josh Blue (Last Comic Standing season 4 winner) at Whitaker Center, Harrisburg
Capitol Bandstand - A showcase for undiscovered local bands at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center, York
Spring Doo Wop Cavalcade at the American Music Theatre, Lancaster
The Reese Project and Indian Summer Jars at Bube's Brewery, Mount Joy
Stinging Nettles & 8-Track Radio at Quip's Pub, Lancaster

Sunday, March 8:
The Peking Acrobats at Whitaker Center, Harrisburg

And that's what's going on. Feel free to comment with other events of interest.

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