Terror Tractor returns to Black Stone Tavern, bringing Rimjob and Ashes in Vein on stage to melt faces and destroy all that is pure! Be there for a killer night of METAL!
We’re switching things up a bit this month. Our second Saturday tour is moving to the 3rd Saturday. We thought it would be the perfect way to finish off Kansas Craft Beer Week! Comer join us for some tasty beers and a little brewing enlightenment.
Cody Brummett brings the emotional roller coaster that is his solo set to Dancing Ganesha.
“Bitterness becomes an art form when woven through the strings of Brummett’s guitar.” -The Hype Weekly
Tune in to hear Monk’s Wine Tuesday Night on thevoiceoflawrence.com. We will be chatting it up and giving intimate details on hair products, our favorite movie starring Joan Cusack, and how much Bill Gates is really worth. We may even have some time to talk about our music and play a bit….WHAT!!!? Live performance!
You can go to the website to stream and smile.
Friends in from out of town! Also, birthdays abound! And the semester is winding down! Mark your calendars, and secure your babysitters. Cocktails and finger food provided, but if you’d like, feel free to bring a libation to share.
“Maya Variations” is a multimedia work that features William Close on Earth Harp and Norik Manoukian on Armenian woodwinds performing an original composition by Yuval Ron. The musicians will be accompanied by filmmaker David Lebrun’s imagery.
The piece contrasts the ancient Mayan civilization and its connection to nature with our contemporary industrialized civilization and its reliance on technology. The performance features the strings of the giant Earth Harp soaring over the audience in the Great Room — known as the “Harry Potter Room” — for a special sensory experience.
This event is FREE, but tickets are required and can be reserved by calling 785-532-6428.
3 bands: Monk’s Wine, The BLOS and Hawg Stompr.
3 artists: Kansas Lane, Melissa Homolka and Jessica Matheis Photography.
2 DJ’s: DJ Neff and VJ Stryfe.
1 comedian: Austin Evan Wright as the emcee.
1 short film: “Meet Jimmy Horn” by S. Wade Brashear and Golden Bishop Entertainment Group.
Awesome indie duo Morris will be back to wow us!
Sadly, Carswell & Hope couldn’t make it, but local songstress Jessica Paige will be stepping in with her awesome!
Local Laughs is an open mic format comedy show.
Comics will have 5 minutes to make the audience laugh, and at the end of the night the audience will vote on their favorite comic, who will receive $50 cash and a shot of their choice, courtesy of Aggie Central Station.
Registration is open to anyone, just see Jeremy Ricci before 9pm (or after if you don’t mind being on bottom…heh) and you’ll get your 5 minutes of fame.
In the most venerable of live music traditions, Aggie Central Station will be transforming itself into a 1920s era juke joint for a night of slick suits, stiff drinks, and dancing the night away with Gran Marquis! Staff will be dressed in period costumes and serving drinks appropriately Prohibitional. So slip into your Sunday best and get on down to the Juke Joint Jump!
1920s Themed Dance Party.
Prizes for Best Dressed Patrons.