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23 April 2019
$2 Tuesdays
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Because why not? $2 Tacos $2 Sloppy Joes $2 Well Drinks $2 Domestic Beers (Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite, and Mich Ultra bottles and PBR tall boys)
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23 April 2019
Choral Union
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The College of Music is pleased to present the Choral Union concert on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall.  The Choral Union is open to any student enrolled in the University who enjoys singing.  Dr. André Thomas is the director of the Choral Union, which is conducted by graduate students in choral conducting.  Choral Union performs accompanied and a cappella repertoire in concerts throughout the year.  This event is free and open to the public.
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23 April 2019
Roda Vibe with As Saudades: *International Day of Choro*
FEE: $2
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Come celebrate choro icon Pixinguinha's birthday with us!Brazilian music from the last century; it has been compared to American Ragtime, having grown out of a similar mixture of traditions.
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24 April 2019
Acoustic Open Mic
No cover charge
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Open mic acoustic style in the bar from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Sign up begins at 6pm
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24 April 2019
Stories At Blue
FEE: $0
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For May, a series of stories about humble war heroes, the aftermath of war, the blessing inspite of it all. Robyn Rennick will be the feature storyteller, after a spoken-word open mic from 7-7:45.Free admission / tips appreciated
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24 April 2019
Mark Russell with Jim Crozier in the Lab
no cover, tipping encouraged
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Jazz fiddle expertly played.Mark lives in Cambridge, MA now, but gets back to Tallahassee from time to time.
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24 April 2019
David Cobb
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Guitar
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24 April 2019
University Wind Orchestra
This is a ticketed event. Tickets are $10 general admission; $7 seniors/nonFSU students; FSU students free with ID. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the College of Music Box Office at 645-7949.
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The FSU College of Music invites you to join Professor Richard Clary and the University Wind Orchestra in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.  The Wind Orchestra is the top graduate wind band. They engage in professional level study of wind literature important to contemporary performing practices. The Wind Orchestra's campus performances are supplemented by periodic tours, selected artist concert series, conventions, and conference appearances. All performers rotate in the assignment of parts, and all serve as principals.
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25 April 2019
Sister Act
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Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
Book by Cheri Steinkellner  & Bill Steinkellner
Additional Book Material by Douglas Carter Beane
Based on the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture, Sister Act, written by Joseph Howard.
Sponsored by Rippee ConstructionSister Act Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).  All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com When disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the cops are sure she won't be a found: a convent! Disguised as a nun, she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and uptight Mother Superior. Using her unique disco moves and singing talent to inspire the choir, Deloris breathes new life into the church and community but, in doing so, blows her cover. Soon, the gang is giving chase, only to find them up against Deloris and the power of her newly found sisterhood.
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25 April 2019
Karaoke Night
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Hit us with your best shot!
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25 April 2019
Thomasville's 98th Annual Rose Show & Festival
Free Admission to most events
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Each year, Historic Downtown Thomasville opens her doors to display gorgeous roses for everyone to come and enjoy, a tradition that began in the 1920's. Since then, we have added several more attractions that we know you will love!Begin your weekend early on Thursday at the Rose Bud parade. Tiny dancers and middle school bands march along, calling for an adorable evening. On Friday, take the time to stop and smell the roses at the Rose Show tent, which boasts thousands of the finest Roses brought in by Rosarians from all over the southeast. Next, find a spot for the 71st annual “Roses in Rhythm” Rose Parade. Pageant Queens, Marching Bands, and Floats galore; this parade is a big time and always a big draw in the community. As soon as the parade is over, everyone is welcome to fill the street and boogie the night away at the family-friendly Downtown Street Dance held at the intersection of Broad and Jefferson Street. There's nothing like a firework show over the Historic Courthouse's clock tower to finish off Friday's festivities with a bang!Believe it or not, the fun doesn't end there. Saturday morning boasts one of the southeast's largest car and truck shows at the Show and Shine. Antiques to modern muscle cars will wow and excite car lovers and casual guests alike. On the other end of Broad Street, Bark in the Park takes place- where you can see Thomasville's finest furry friends who are sure to make you smile. If you love to shop local and peruse art, Art in the Park will not disappoint either! Festival food, handcrafted goods, and artwork fill Paradise Park to the brim for your enjoyment, but the fun isn't finished yet! We're sending off the Rose Show with the ALL NEW ROSE FEST FINALE!! Join us for a Sip & Stroll style evening with Trae Pierce & the T Stones, rocking the Ritz Amphitheater stage until 10 pm!Round out your action-packed weekend with trips to see the Orchids on Parade, The Golf Classic, plus so much more. And as always, Thomasville's merchants and restaurateurs are ready and waiting to host you with plenty of “Southern Hospitality”.Join us for the greatest event where everything's coming up roses only in Thomasville, Georgia's Rose City!
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25 April 2019
Chamber Choir
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The FSU College of Music presents Chamber Choir in Opperman Music Hall on Thursday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m.  The Graduate Chamber Choir is a select group of singers performing repertoire particularly suitable for a 24- to 42-voice mixed choir, both accompanied and a cappella, under the direction of Dr. Kevin Fenton.
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25 April 2019
Josh Rivers
FEE: $2
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Come by for an unforgettable night of jazz staples and original compositions, all played with Mr. Riverss signature flair.
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25 April 2019
Okilly Dokilly
Bear Ghost, Unico & Feedlot
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doors @ 8pm, $14 advance tickets at ticketfly.com, Retrofit Records, Midtown Pies, Big Chiefs, & The Wilbury
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25 April 2019
Joe Hutto, The Nature of Art
$10 Student, $20 Keynote/Q&A, $30 Keynote/Q&A -
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spoken word, visual arts

Joe will talk on the motivating force that seems to perpetually define the most significant expressions of our humanity, sharing his perspectives regarding the biological foundation of the aesthetic experience and the development of a mysterious driving force that appears to be peculiar to our species. The Natural History of art is an organic reflection of the most remarkable and perhaps the most significant aspect of our Human Nature.Joe Hutto is a nationally recognized artist in photography, painting and bronze sculpture as well as an Emmy award-winning filmmaker and author of several internationally recognized books. His writing, scientific research, photography and artwork have been featured in numerous regional and national publications, including the Smithsonian and The New Yorker. He has worked as a professional archaeologist, and as a curator and conservator for the Museum of Florida History. For many years he was a field biologist for the State of Wyoming, studying Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and mule deer. A life-long professional musician, Hutto has recorded and appeared on stage with multiple Grammy® Award-winning artists. He grew up in Tallahassee, is a graduate of Florida State University, and is now, again, a full-time resident of the Capital City.Previous Event Next Event
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25 April 2019
Humanities Student Showcase
Free Admission
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Join the Thomas University's Humanities Division for an evening to celebrate the students of the arts. Event will be on the Magnolia Campus on April 25th at 6 PM in the Student Life Center. Event is free and open to the public.Works featured will be student art exhibits, photography, literature from the Thomas University Night Hawk Review and music from the Thomas University Jazz Ensemble! 
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25 April 2019
Tuesday Supper Club at Food Truck Thursday
Free Admission
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Join us for live music by and enjoy a great meal at Food Truck Thursday! Food Truck Thursday is a free weekly event at the Shops at Lake Ella from 5:30-8:30pm. Please patronize the food trucks to help keep this event going. The food trucks sponsor the band and provide the budget for grounds keeping and security at the event. Kid friendly and dog friendly too! (leashes please) Food is served from 5:30-8:30 and the music goes from 6:30-8:30.About the Band:Come out and let us sing for your supper!
On any given night, you might find us playing rock, Americana, blues, soul, funk, latin-esque, Irish drinking songs, rap or metal. We take the venue and audience into account whenever we play a show and try to match the setlist to the setting. In addition to doing covers, we also write our own music which typically happens as a collaborative effort.
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26 April 2019
Ward Davis
Clint Park $20
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 Doors: 7:00pm | Show: 8:00pm | Ages 21+ OnlyTickets are $20 in advance and the day of the show, before tax and fees. No refunds or exchanges of ticket purchases. Advance tickets will also be on sale electronically via Eventbrite and in person with NO FEES at Finnegan's Wake Irish Pub. An American Singer/Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennesse, Ward Davis​ has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina Rain, The Roys, and more. Most recently, Ward Davis co-wrote “I'm Not The Devil” with Cody Jinks, with whom he subsequently toured with nationwide. With over 250 shows per year under his belt as both a headliner and support act, Ward Davis' already popular live show is growing at exponential rates.Clint Park is paving his way with strong soulful vocals, skillful musicianship and foot stomping, heart tugging songwriting, which endures him to his loyal following of country music lovers.  On any given night, Clint Park can look out over the crowd and see friends who have supported him for years, along with new fans of all ages and sprinkled throughout his shows are some of Nashville's musical greats like Jamey Johnson, Jason Aldean, Kimberly Rhodes, Randy Houser or Jerrod Niemann. Clint Park is a true fan of country music. “I believe there is a need for the songs I'm doing. Country music has always been in my heart and soul and I think it resonates in the music I create” Park states. Ward Davis
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26 April 2019
Sofar Sounds - April 26th
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Local Secret Locations Amazing Artist … sign up at www.sofarsounds.com/tallahassee
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26 April 2019
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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26 April 2019
Contra Dance
$10 adults, $9 seniors, $6 students. Pay at the door.
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A caller teaches each dance before the music begins and provides prompts, and a live string band plays the tunes. No experience necessary and you don't need to bring a partner. Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes. Newcomers should arrive by 7:15 for the intro lesson.
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26 April 2019
The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn
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annabellelyn.comA trio of female folk artists that brings together heartbreaking original songs, tight and sweet vocal harmonies, powerful instrumental solos, and crowd-pleasing acoustic covers. Based out of Tallahassee, FL, these women bring the sounds of euphoric acoustic music across the Southeast, performing everywhere from rowdy dance stages to intimate home shows to opening for such notable acts as America and The Wood Brothers.
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26 April 2019
Seminole Swing Machine
Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see http://www.music.fsu.edu/Concerts-and-Events for information about the College of Music venues.
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The Florida State University College of Music invites you to join Seminole Swing Machine in Opperman Music Hall on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.  Seminole Swing Machine is a full jazz ensemble “Big Band” as part of the Florida State University College of Music Band Department.
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26 April 2019
David Sedaris
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author, humorist, spoken word

With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America's preeminent humor writers. He is the master of satire and one of today's most observant writers addressing the human condition.Beloved for his personal essays and short stories, Sedaris is the author of Barrel Fever, Holidays on Ice, Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, When You Are Engulfed in Flames, Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, and Theft By Finding: Diaries (1977-2002). He is the author of Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary, a collection of fables with illustra­tions by Ian Falconer. Each of these books was an immediate bestseller. His pieces regularly appear in The New Yorker and have twice been included in “The Best American Essays.”Sedaris's original audio pieces can often be heard on the public radio show This American Life. He has been nominated for three Grammy® Awards for Best Spoken Word and Best Comedy Album.In May 2018, Sedaris released his latest book of essays entitled Calypso.Previous Event Next Event
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