This week’s edition is dominated by local entertainers: musicians, comedians, filmmakers and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost weekend events.
This weekend brings art, science and an assortment of local music. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost weekend events.
Grey Eagle hosts a local noise-rock showcase on Thursday, May 30.
This weekend brings storytelling, theater, film and frigid waters. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost events.
Local experimental band Moue (Andrew Larson of Telecine and Lauren Carol Brown of Knives and Daggers) releases its debut album — a collection of Christmas songs. Hint: Chances are you’ll want to download this one.
Spring has sprung, and this weekend, we showcase a number of outdoor events that capitalize on the warming weather. But, as always, there’s plenty of music, art, spoken word and film for those who prefer to be entertained indoors.
Check out local music, classic foreign film, traditional farming demonstrations and more this weekend, all for less than the price of parking downtown. While you’re here, share your own budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
Local shoegaze revivalists Knives and Daggers will celebrate the release of its magnificently melancholy debut, the aptly titled What Hurts the Most, with a guitar-centric performance tonight at the LAB.
It seems that Thursday is the new Saturday, and this week it brings film, gardening, music and the great outdoors. But don’t worry, we’ve got plenty of entertaining events to fill the rest of the weekend as well. Know of more budget-friendly happenings? Share them in the comments section at the bottom of the page.