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26 June 2019
Mike & Jan host the Lab
no cover/tipping encouraged
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Mike & Jan lead the Common 'Taters and the Turn-ups, a variable ensemble ranging from an acoustic trio to a 10 piece Southern Funk Band. They are sure to have two great lineups for these two weeks while Jim is on vacation with his family.
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26 June 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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27 June 2019
Grace Pettis, Thousand Dollar Hen, Neil Alday
$13 at the door
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Tallahassee native GRACE PETTIS, daughter of revered singer/songwriter PIERCE PETTIS returns to town for a night of acoustic music with local support from THOUSAND DOLLAR HEN and NEIL ALDAY!
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28 June 2019
Backstage Pass at The Music Lot: Reasonable Doubt sponsored by Downtown Dance
$5 Tickets.
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Backstage Pass is back! We have one concert left featuring Reasonable Doubt.We don't have a stage, but we do have a great parking lot at the Center for the Arts, so this year, we're going to rename our series Backstage Pass @ The Music Lot.We'll have everyone's favorite things about the event—drinking, tables, live music, and fun!The concerts will begin at 6:30pm, and the Center for the Arts parking lot will open at 5:30pm.Tickets are $5. Tables are available for purchase at $50. Find more information on the Panama City Center for the Arts website at www.pccenterforthearts.com/backstage-pass.Rain decisions will be made by 4:30 PM on the day of the concert and reschedule dates will be determined and announced should they be necessary.The concerts are made possible by the following organizations: Innovations Federal Credit Union, Hancock-Whitney Bank, Island Junkies, Southern Supply and Downtown Dance.More About Anthony Peebles
Singer/songwriter Anthony Peebles finds inspiration in his life and imagination—from family members to magical places he's traveled or read about. His first instrument was a dulcimer his father built. Then came drums at age 13, and guitar at 16. Having a career in music has always been his dream, and he's been making it a reality for the past few years, touring the country and releasing his debut album earlier this year called “Different Faces.”More about Backstage Pass
Backstage Pass grew out of the Concerts in the Park series begun in 1986, by Florida First Federal and late community leader, Roger Schadd. From 1986 to 2008, free outdoor concerts were held every summer featuring local bands. In order to keep the series going during the recession, Backstage Pass began welcoming guests through the Backstage Door of the Marina Civic Center in 2009, and the first band was “On Call”, led by the late Hulon Crayton. Tickets were $5 (and they still are) and the community embraced it from the first downbeat. We are so grateful to continue this wonderful tradition.
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28 June 2019
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
FEE: $0
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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28 June 2019
Jamell Richardson
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28 June 2019
Your Captain Speaking
No Cover
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Doors: 7 PM   |   Music: 9:30 – 11:30 PM
No Cover   |   Ages 21+ Only   |   Ghent the DJ to followTallahassee natives Your Captain Speaking bring chart topping 90s alt-rock hits to the stage with the passion and creativity we all remember from that decade. Come raise your glasses, toast your friends, and recharge your soul with the ground-shaking, head-bobbing, heart-stopping rock and roll of YCS.Learn More About The Artist:Your Captain Speaking: Facebook | Reverb Nation
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29 June 2019
Beginning Violin Camp
$50 for one parent and one student (additional students are $25, additional parents are free!)
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Open to students ages 3-6 and their parents (at least one parent must attend the camp) who have little or no prior violin experience.$50 for one parent and one student (additional students are $25, additional parents are free!)This two-day workshop is designed for students and parents who want to jumpstart their violin-learning journey and intend to continue Suzuki violin lessons at Music Lessons Express. Ms. Erin and Dr. Taylor will guide students through violin fundamentals including posture, first rhythms, ear-training, and familiarity with the instrument. No instrument is required to participate.Instructors: Erin Heidrick, violin instructor, Dr. Taylor Giorgio, violin instructor
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29 June 2019
Northside Stage MusicFest
Free Admission
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Northside MusicFest is an all day event jam-packed with concerts, workshops, and masterclasses! Enjoy music from some of Tallahassee's top artists, then learn from them in small group settings. Song-writing, vocal harmony, group lessons, jam sessions, blues, jazz, folk, rock, and world music. And it's all FREE!Mark your calendar and keep an eye out for the schedule on our Facebook page: TheNorthsideStage and at northsidestage.com
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29 June 2019
The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn (Dinner Show!)
$8 Advance Tickets on Sale Now, $10 Day of Show
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Doors: 7 pm | Music: 8 – 10 pm
$8 Advance Tickets on Sale Now | $10 Day of Show   |   Ages 21+ OnlyFifth & Thomas will be serving dinner in the mainstage room from 6-9 PM, with seating available in the front bar, on the patio, and the backstage garden.  Email info@fifthandthomas.com or call 850-391-9553 and leave a message to book your reservation.Fifth & Thomas is proud to host Tallahassee's beloved acoustic crooners for the homecoming show of their Lucky Us Summer Tour.  For those unfamiliar, The Adventures of Annabelle Lyn is a trio of female folk artists that brings together heartbreaking original songs, tight and sweet vocal harmonies, powerful instrumental solos, and crowd-pleasing acoustic covers.  More About the Artist:Website   |   Facebook   |   Instagram   |   YouTube   |   Spotify   |   iTunes   
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29 June 2019
Hip Hop Showcase
No cover charge
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Submersive Sounds presents a Hip Hop Showcase featuring: Deux James, Y, J. See, Elijah Kenny, KzGetEm, One will, Trem sol. Chad Rhimes, Open Mic Cypher, and music by DJ Den Killen on the 1s and 2s
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30 June 2019
Canopy Road Men's Chorale Inaugural Concert
This is a free concert! Donations will be accepted at the door to benefit the Florida Sheriff's  Youth Ranch!
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The Canopy Road Men's Chorale is celebrating its inaugural season! Under the artistic direction of Dr. Kevin Fenton, the CRMC is a volunteer choral ensemble comprised of men ages 18 to 60+. The Chorale rehearses for one month and produces a concert for the purpose of raising money for a charity in the greater Tallahassee area. For the 2019 season, the Chorale is supporting the Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch.Join us on Sunday, June 30th at 3:30 pm at Trinity United Methodist Church for a program of classic men's chorus repertoire, including compositions and arrangements by Robert Shaw, Stephen Paulus, Ralph Manuel, Elaine Hagenberg, and more! Donations will be accepted at the door with all proceeds going to benefit the Youth Ranch!
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30 June 2019
MLE Rock Bands at Bird's
Free and open to the public
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Featuring Potential Grizzlies (MLE Advanced Rock Band class) and Pizza Dragons of India (MLE Beginner Rock Band class)
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2 July 2019
First Tuesdays Jazz Session
FEE: $2
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Hosted by Bob Dogan Trio
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3 July 2019
FOURTH OF JULY BASH
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Special Wednesday Night Ladies Night Dance
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4 July 2019
Capital City Band of TCC Concert at Westminster Oaks
Free and open to public
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Capital City Band of TCC presents its annual Patriotic Concert in the Maguire Center at Westminster Oaks on Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 10:30 AM. The concert is free and open to the public; Mike Grant, Director of Bands; Lisa M. Foltz, Associate Conductor; 4449 Meandering Way, Tallahassee, FL. This concert will have young and old tapping their feet and will bring back memories of days gone by.
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4 July 2019
Da Baby
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Yep We Kan Presents
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5 July 2019
Hoople's Delta Ringnecks
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Jug Band MusicGetcher weekend started
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6 July 2019
Sankofa Concert: Underground, a Musical
Tickets are FREE but must be obtained from Eventbrite.com; donations to our 501c3 organization are welcome and may also be made on Eventbrite.com.  It is listed on the website as the First Annual Sankofa Concert.
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The First Annual Sankofa Concert will feature song and dance from Underground, a breath-stopping musical that captures one slave's faith and determination to gain freedom for his family. Underground features songs from the 21-times award winning film and play, “Hear the Sound of Freedom.”  Written by Akil DuPont, filmmaker, playwright & educator (www.DuPontProductions.net) and graduate of FSU's Film School, and directed by Lili Forbes, of Tallahassee.  Music written by Nicholas Wheeler, Michael Gilreath, Curtis Bryant, James Deckle, John Hardon II, Tom & Judy Coogle, Noah Jackson and Christopher Rochester.by local musicians, singers, actors and dancers.
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10 July 2019
Clyde Ramsey with Jim Crozier in the Lab
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Blues on the keys and on the harp – and very likely a bonafide blues band will materialize on stage before your very eyes.
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13 July 2019
Swamp Stomp
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FREE for Museum Members and active duty military personnel!Stake out a shady spot among the lakeside oaks and enjoy hours of great outdoor performances into the cool of the evening.This music festival is an acoustic music lover's dream! Kick back and savor the summer flavor of acoustic performances by talented singer/songwriters. A staple of the Big Bend's cultural calendar, the outdoor event features folk, blues, contemporary acoustic, ballads, highlands, saltwater music and much more! The musicians include accomplished performers and rising talents.
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13 July 2019
Beginning Guitar Workshop
$50 for student and parent
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Open to students ages 3-6 and their parents (at least one parent must attend the camp) who have little or no prior guitar experience.Cost: $50 for one parent and one student (additional students are $25, additional parents are free!)What: This two-day workshop is designed for students and parents who want to jumpstart their guitar learning journey and intend to continue with Suzuki guitar lessons at Music Lessons Express. Dr. Ben will work with students and parents on guitar fundamentals, ear-training, and music games. Students must provide their own guitar for the workshop.
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18 July 2019
Wanderlust presents "Musicals on the Move"
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As Wanderlust's inaugural performance, Musicals on the Move will present songs from Broadway musicals at sites and businesses across Midtown Tallahassee. This one-night only walking cabaret experience will host a limited audience at show-specific venues.Guests of Musicals on the Move will enjoy a unique theatrical event set in some of Midtown's favorite businesses. The adventure begins with a 5:30pm happy hour at The Hawthorn Bistro & Bakery, where ticketed guests will also check in and receive a map and an assigned tour guide to lead them through the experience.Participating venues including SoDough Bakery, Vocelles: The Bridal Shoppe, CHOP Barber Shop, A Country Rose Florist, Finnegan's Wake Irish Pub, and Fire Betty's Arcade Bar. There, Tallahassee's finest talents will transport them into the worlds of beloved Broadway musicals, seamlessly blending performance and reality in an intimate setting.For more information about Wanderlust, please visit www.wanderlustarts.org or find us on Facebook and Instagram: @wanderlustonlocation
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20 July 2019
Suzuki Violin Camp (Book 1)
$50 per student
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Open to students ages 5-9 and their parents. Parental attendance is strongly encouraged, especially for younger students.Cost: $50 per student What: This two-day workshop is designed for students in Suzuki Violin Book 1 (students must be able to play a minimum of Twinkle Little Star). Ms. Erin will guide students through the instrument technique, ear-training, and music theory necessary for successful early violin playing. Students must bring a properly-sized violin in working order for this workshop.Instructor: Erin Heidrick, violin instructor
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