There’s a little something for everything in this roundup, from fiction readings and Civil War reenactments to modern dance and indie-pop.
Local indie-pop favorites Stephaniesid and quirk-duo Two Man Gentlemen Band (from Long Island) will perform at Bele Chere.
The Dirty Guv’nahs, The Afromotive and Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues all announce plans to play this year’s Bele Chere Festival.
Here’s another roundup of budget-friendly music options. From benefits to new bands; from honky tonk to hip-hop (like Funk-Sway, pictured), there’s nothing on this list over $5 (except for one worthy show—but even it comes with a get in free option).
The Broomstars: Free. Juan Holladay of The Secret B-Sides: Free. Plus showcases, spiritual music, house parties and more, all for $5 or less.
Indie-duo Osaka Pearl launches a CD, Christian rockers raise money for a local mission, metal takes over the Boiler Room and satirical songsters The Surrogate Squad play a show in their car.
Start the weekend early (on Thursday) and still spend less the cost of a decent six-pack with these bargain shows. Nothing over five bucks.
The combination of a tight budget and post-holiday cabin fever can get ugly. But before you Hulu.com yourself into a stupor, check out just how far you can stretch the change in your couch cushions with this round up of free (or almost free) entertainment.