I hope you’re all having more of a weekend cool down, but here’s the Rundown.
Tonight, Thursday, 7/21
1. You can catch the last hour of The Classmates playing Red Rock Park. It goes until 8pm, and remember, it’s not rock and roll if you’re not breaking a sweat.
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1. Catch the Navigators against the Bay Sox at 6:15pm, Fraser Field.
2. Building Bridges Through Music Student Songwriters’ Showcase in the Neal Rantoul Theatre, 25 Exchange Street (LynnArts complex), 7pm. Check the post for all the info, and why you should go!
3. Kristina “Punkette” Musto plays Walnut Street Cafe at 8:30pm. 157 Walnut. Also not to be missed.
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Saturday, 7/23 (otherwise known as “Giant Saturday’)
1. Go to Central Square at 10am to watch raw talent, I mean RAW as in Raw Art Work’s experienced Good 2 Go Crew, apply their art to utility control boxes in cooperation with the City and the support of many DTL residents. It’s public art! There will be live musical accompaniment by Dave Simmons and others, and other reasons to stay and hang out. See the post for more information.
2. Festival Dominicano starts with a parade at 10am leaving from Chestnut and Union Streets and ending at Fraser Field. There, one will find live music, food, beer, and baseball as the North Shore Navigators play the Dominican Tigers at noon! Fee to get into Fraser Field. See the poster below or to the right for more information.
3. Hodgepodge Music Festival ’11 in Lynn Woods, Pennybrook Road Entrance in the Amphitheater. It starts noon and runs through 8pm with a variety of local bands, and it’s free. See the post or the poster for the complete list of bands and more information.
4. Angry Old Men are at Walnut Street. Actually, they’re a band and they play covers and some originals at 8:30pm.
5. Fran’s Place kicks off a Beirut Tournament. I don’t know what that is, but there are prizes involved. 9pm.
6. 47 Central and Beat Saturday Night with DJ Chelsea Mike present Shannon. $10 cover due to special performance.
7. There’s a U2 tribute at the Sand Bar on 714 Washington with New Year’s Day at 9pm.
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1. The Brickyard adds live music to the patio on Sundays from 4 to 8pm. 163 Blossom Street.
2. Don White’s open mic features Dawn Frost. Signups about 6:30pm and feature at 8:30pm at 157 Walnut Street.
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Jane Ward has some great ideas, over at Food and Fiction.