Jocelyn, Kramos, Blue Moon Ghetto, Afro Gala, The Zebo’s, Satchel Grande, Jump The Tiger and more – this weekend!
Thursday – 12/26/19
- at 7pm – Open Mic Millenia @ The HideAway
- at 8pm – Jump The Tiger @ Slowdown
- at 9pm – Bull Nettles @ Reverb Lounge
Friday – 12/27/19
- at 8pm – Kramos @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- at 8pm – Blue Moon Ghetto @ Two Fine Irishmen
- at 9pm – Satchel Grande @ Slowdown
- at 9pm – Prankster Friday Party @ Brokedown Palace
Saturday – 12/28/19
- at 9pm – Jocelyn @ Slowdown
- at 9pm – Criteria @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- at 9pm – Lemon Fresh Day @ Two Fine Irishmen
Sunday – 12/29/19
- at 6pm – Afro Excellence Gala 2019 @ Empire Room Omaha
- at 7pm – Kris Lager Band’s Holiday Jam @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- at 8pm – The Zebos @ Slowdown
“Warm days are over, they were nice while they lasted, low 30s and lower, let’s drink Champagne and let’s get blasted. Click here to save on your car insurance. “
Pick of the Week
Aly and Andrew are two of my favorite performers in all of Omaha. Soulful, creative, courageous, and cool people to boot, you got to see them live when you can. I will be checking this one out this week and you should as well!
This Next Weekend in Omaha…
A short preview of what’s coming next week for those that like to plan ahead.
- Backyard View @ Anderson O’Brien Fine Art
- Keep Push’N w/ Come Together Band @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- Adoption Event @ Q St
- Beatles and REO @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- Taxi Drive @ Ozone Lounge
- “Omaha Dog Mom’s” Takeover @ Omaha Dog Bar
Local music, food, and people, you should know
Wilson & Washburn – Home of the Beet Chips
Wilson and Washburn is one my favs of the Old Market area. Great food and service, solid beer selection, and these beet chips will blow your mind. It’s our feature for this week.
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