This weekend offers holiday craft fairs, fashion, film and lots of local music. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-budget entertainment.
This weekend brings puppets, festivals and a variety of local music. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost entertainment.
Ween fans rejoice: local musicians have spent the last five months rehearsing just for you. Tonight at The Bywater, Pepper Pulp will finally share the fruits of its months-long rehearsals, paying homage to the experimental rock quintet with an epic, 30-song tribute.
This weekend, enjoy classic music, pay homage to Bob Marley, perform onstage or predict the weather. As always, these events will keep you entertained without breaking the bank.
Saving for the new year? We’ve got a host of budget-friendly performances and film screenings to kick off 2012 without breaking the bank. As always, share more low-cost events in the comments section.
This weekend belongs to the music lovers, but it also offers model trains, a holistic expo and a chance to let out your inner funny. So keep that piggy bank on the shelf, these events will break the doldrums, but they won’t break the bank. While you’re here, share more budget-friendly happenings in the comments section below.
Self-described “apocalyptic folk” duo John Wilkes Boothe and the Black Toothe celebrates the release of its self-titled debut at BoBo Gallery on Saturday, Oct. 15. Here’s a preview of the blissful darkness sure to envelop the room.