Better late than never! LH has been busy getting ready for tonight’s Arts After Hours (see previous post) at the Lynn Museum.
1. 7pm at the Lynn Museum is the second edition of Arts After Hours. Read HERE to learn all about it. The Traveling Piano will set up outside. Inside, work from The Shoe Project, curated by TLGUTS, will be silently auctioned. Several artists will have tables with work for sale. Beer and wine will be available from Turbine, and food from Fernando’s. Brown Chicken Brown Cow opens for What Time is it Mr. Fox? for your listening pleasure. But still, check out the previous post for all the information!!
2. At 9pm, join the AAH crowd at Turbine Wine Bar, 56 Central Square, for the official AAH afterparty and to find out if you’ve won the 50/50 raffle.
1. Every Day Disaster holds court with rock and roll at Walnut Street Cafe, 8pm at 157 Walnut St.
2. Or, head over to Tatiana’s for “Good music Fridays” if you want something DJ’d.
1. It’s the big “Battle of the Bands” at Lynn Auditorium to benefit Mass Eye and Ear research. 7pm. Sponsored by the Lynn Lions.
2. Walnut Street Cafe hosts a special CD release party for 14 year old singer/songwriter Hayley Reardon. 8pm.
3. DJ Seth presents “Rarities and Guilty Pleasures,” with indie rock, new wave, power-pop and other post-punk delights at Turbine Wine Bar. 9pm.
4. If DJ Seth isn’t your cup of tea, head on over to the Lynnway Sportscenter for something a little more mainstream with DJ Berga. Also 9pm.
1. 47 Central “T Dance” at 5pm. The address is self-explanatory!
2. Don White’s Open Mic over at 157 Walnut Street features Marc Duval. It’s advisable to get there by 6pm and grab a time-slot, or saunter in as you please to watch the performers.
3. Molly’s hosts a blues jam with the Joe Mack Trio starting 7:30p. 173 Lewis St.
The North Shore Bloggers Consortium picks:
The wonderful Jane Ward has some great ideas, including Flying Pumpkins over at Food and Fiction.
North Shore Dish spices things up with their weekend picks here North Shore Dish
Choices from all over New England at The Two Palaverers.
Abby shares her picks from 5th Joy.
Heather Atwood from the Gloucester Times has her picks at Food For Thought