This weekend brings art, science, crafts and more. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost entertainment.
This weekend, embrace your inner headbanger, drone out to found sounds, work and learn with the Nature Conservancy or celebrate the Irish in style, all for the price of a fast food lunch. As always, we bring you the best in budget-friendly events.
Cedric Burnside, filling in at the last minute for the Lee Boys, played to the revelers at Downtown After 5. Lubriphonic was first up. At the end of the evening, they all played together. Jesse Hamm caught it all.
A death in The Lee Boys’ family forced the cancellation of the band’s headlining appearance at Downtown After 5 on Aug. 19. Cedric Burnside Project will take the stage instead.
Blues musician Cedric Burnside kicked off his steamy, mid-day set on the Biltmore Ave. stage playing solo guitar. And thanking his late grandfather. Cedric inherited the blues from patriarch and legendary bluesman R.L. Burnside